An independent short film from VCU Cinema alumni, seeking 1 actor (Female, 18-25). Shoots 3 days between Feb 28-March 14. $200/shoot day.
Don’t Forget your Orange Galosh
Producer: Will James, BA Cinema VCUarts
Producer/Cinematographer: John Shutika, BA Cinema VCUarts
Writer/Director: Michelle Taft, BA Cinema VCUarts
Michelle is enamored with cats. When she overhears a speech from an unexpectedly inspirational exercise instructor, she decides to finally pursue her dream of cat ownership. Her roommate Wilma volunteers to go with her, and the two begin an absurd journey through the city, encountering many unexpected and illogical obstacles along the way. When Wilma experiences a terrible allergic reaction, Michelle is faced with an unexpected decision.
WILMA: Female, 18-25 years old, Any Ethnicity. Wilma is a smart, nerdy young woman who loves musical theater. In college, she intended to become a theater stage manager, but became an elementary school teacher instead, in order to have more philanthropic impact. Wilma has a self-conscious demeanor and avoids conflict, but often leans into sarcasm as a safety blanket in conversation with acquaintances. She has been roommates with Michelle for almost a year now, but doesn’t know her very well. Wilma wants to be better friends; she just doesn’t know how to get past Michelle’s aloof-ness.
$200/shoot day, Shoots 3 Days, one day per weekend; February 27-28; March 6-7 and March 13-14. Specific dates TBD.
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Please note, we have limited budget for travel and/or accommodations. Make a note if you have accommodation in Richmond and if you are able to get to Richmond by your own means.
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Covid-safe protocols will be in place during the shoot.