Want Your Big Break? Audition For a Movie Near Tri-Cities
Granger native J. Rick Castañeda is an award-winning writer and director of branded content and narrative films, and isa co-founder of Psychic Bunny.
The group is looking for actors for a new film he is shooting in the Yakima Valley. Here's the scoop on auditions are being held Saturday, Dec. 9.
TIME TO MAKE ANOTHER MOVIE!
Writer/Director J. Rick Castañeda is coming back to Washington to tell another magical story. like "Cement Suitcase," a film festival favorite that found wide distribution,
"All Sorts!" will once again combine experienced Hollywood film making professionals with an incredible Central Washington crew. The surreal comedy is scheduled to shoot for three weeks in early 2018, and we're going to need your help! Please get in touch if you're interested in being part of the team!
Calling all actors!
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Include your NAME, PHONE NUMBER, CITY WHERE YOU LIVE, and a clear PICTURE OF YOURSELF.
Please put the role you are applying for in the subject line of the email
Thanks very much for your interest, and we hope to hear from you soon! We may have a hard time getting back to everybody, so if you don’t hear from us please don’t take it personally!
"ALL SORTS” - FEATURE FILM
Writer/Director: J. Rick Castañeda
Union Status: Non-Union
Rate: Expenses, Copy, Credit & Crafty
Shoot Dates: Likely February/March 2018 in Washington State (Final Dates TBD)
Age 18-22. Latino male youth.
A comedic straight man with good sensibilities. Never flashy or loud. He just wants to do a good job, but he can’t help his fascination with June and her pro-filing skills making him dream of a life less ordinary.
Age 18-26 Asian female.
Warm, exacting, thoughtful, intelligent, strong-willed, and quirky. While she’s extraordinarily deft at her work, she can’t quite control the direction of her heart. She wants something more, but doesn’t quite know what that is.
Age 40-60 Latino male.
A very enthusiastic dreamer who sometimes forgets what he was talking about, and doesn’t really know how computers work. But does he know what real success is, or does he just use a lot of buzzwords?
Age 40-60 Female.
Strong and in control. She’s a fire-starter. She runs the underground filing championships and has the ambition to one day rival the NFL.
Age 40-60 Male.
Tall, lanky, looks like he hasn’t seen the sun in a long while. Soft-spoken and lurchy. He has seen a lot in his time at DataMart, but isn’t the kind to gossip. Usually.
Age 35-50 Male.
Lonely and odd, a data analyst who doesn’t quite understand the world or any of the people in it. His dulcet phone manner simultaneously makes him a target and an involuntary therapist.
Age 35-50 Male.
Diego's work buddy who is happy to talk, and would love to explain the world to you if you gave him the time. Open and cheerful.
Age 30-60 Male, balding and skinny.
Loves to drum with his fingers on the desk. Hates confrontation. Prefers to be left on his own.
Age 25-35 Latina.
Quiet, observational. Her ability to put up with Vasquez’s ridiculous requests is her great strength. A master of facial expressions.
Age 25-45 Female.
Quirky, strange, comedic personality. The oddball of the office who thinks she’s perfectly normal. Has a stilted, off-pitch way of talking.
Age 25-35 Caucasian Male.
Thinks he’s awesomely cool, but his idea of cool probably hasn’t changed since 5th grade. Loves wearing shorts and jerseys and his hat off sideways.
Age 40 – 60 Male.
Imagine Michael Buffer, Howard Cosell, or Charles Barkley. Has a big frame, big voice, a booming personality.
Age 30-50 male.
Sportscaster with a great voice.