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Casting Call: 2 Actresses

Seeking two actresses in their 20’s who can dance, to perform in a DIY (unpaid) short film. If you can sing too, all the better!

Story: ‘Room for Rent’: Clare is living in a flat in Dublin with a room to rent. She’s nursing a broken heart. Along comes Maggie to rent the room. Colourful and full of life. But when she moves in, Clare starts hearing strange sounds coming from Maggie’s room. What is going on in that room?

Roles:
Clare: She’s in her late 20’s, long brown hair, pale. She’s had her heart broken.

Maggie: She’s in her late 20’s, speaks English with an accent, brown/ dark skinned. Colourful and funky dresser.

Auditions May 6th.  Rehearsals weekends in May, shooting in the summer.

CONTACT
Samantha Mc Caffrey
samanthaliberties at gmail dot com
087 267 9189

Dublin Dance Festival 2017 needs volunteers to ‘kick ball change’ this year’s event!

Dublin Dance Festival 2017 is runs from 18th – 28th May this year – fill in the form below and email to volunteer@dublindancefestival.ie
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Casting for IADT Short Film ‘Faded’

 

 

The National Film School at IADT is currently casting for a short film, titled “Faded”, produced in conjunction with IADT.

The film follows Alice, a woman with increasing mental deterioration. As she prepares to leave her home of many years, Alice takes one last trip down memory lane, distortedly reliving both the beautiful and nightmarish moments from her marriage.

We’re in need of a brown/hazel eyed actress to play the character of Alice, with the playing age between 55-80.

Renumeration: As it is a student funded film, the role is unpaid. However, we offer a small gratuity fee of €25 per day, with food and travel expenses covered by the production.

Shooting Dates: 4th & 5th April 2017

If you would be interested in the project, or should further details be required, please contact: fadedshortfilm@gmail.com by 2nd April 2017

 

Performers Required For Art Exhibition

Visual Artist Lisa Freeman is seeking 3 performers for an upcoming exhibition which will be held in Rua Red Gallery, Tallaght on the 13th of May.

Auditions to be held during the first week of April

Performance Outline
This is a new site specific performance for the gallery space at Rua Red. The broad theme of this performance is to investigate how one experiences, communicates and filters the miscommunications and misinterpretations in our daily interactions with each other.

This performance will be a part choreographed/part improvised gestural routine and will be defined and sculpted by four different elements: props, the performers bodies, costumes and sound. As the performance unfolds, the props which are placed throughout the space become activated. The movements with the props will allow the performers to ‘connect’ and disconnect’ with each other and the audience.
Using live performance, sculpture, sound and costume I wish to explore how re-assigning material and aesthetic value allows for the de-hierarchization of roles within social groups and how this can lead to miscommunication in our experiences with one another.  Also the performance will possibly durational 2-4 hours with some small breaks.

Payment A modest fee will be paid to each performer.

Contact freeman.lisamarie@gmail.com if they have any questions or if they are interested in attending the audition

Actors Required for Photoshot

Male or female actor needed for photoshoot:

  • Mid thirties.
  • Comfortable interacting with children as shoot will involve playing with kids on digital devices and with books.
  • Shoot to take place Wednesday, 15th March for a half day in Clontarf.
  • Small fee and lunch provided.
  • Please email yvonne@zulleon.com and include any relevant experience and pictures / headshots.

Several Actors Required for feature film

Writer and director Norah Dineen is seeking to cast several actors for her feature film
‘Days and Nights’
Synopsis: A woman returns home to Ireland and is challenged to move beyond her childhood memories of pubs and drinking. While initially she is confronted with everything she ran away from, she discovers a new side of Ireland that brings her hope, love and healing.

Casting for the following:

-Joe: male, early 20’s. Artist/musician look, attractive, beautiful eyes.rebellious sensitive type. 1/2 day shoot Friday with additional work at a later date.

 –Conor; male, 40-50’s. Attractive. Graceful. Healthy complexion. North side accent with ability to do an American accent. 1 day Shoot with additional work at a later date.

-Laura: female, 18-24, very pretty, hip, slim. 1/2 day Shoot with additional work at a later date

-Sarah: female, 18-24, artistic, rebellious, has her own style. Sensitive, loving eyes. 1/2 day Shoot with additional work at a later date

-A couple (25-40); male and female close in age . A couple who have done a lot of partying together. They look ravaged from too much drinking and drugs. Middleclass. South Dublin accents preferable.

Filming in Dublin 4, Friday 24 Feb 2017
Send CV & Headshot to dineenn at gmail dot com 
Deadline for submissions: Thursday 23rd February
Contact 087 433 1475
* Unpaid. Catering provided. Public Transports provided (Ticket needs to be provided)*

2 Male, 1 Female sought for Student short film

St. Kevin’s College students are seeking to fill 2 roles in their short film ‘Vengeful Heart’.

They are seeking a woman in her early 30’s with brunette or black hair of medium height. The role will be for 2/3 scenes.

They are also seeking 2 actors in their late 20’s/early 30’s, tall, for 1 to 3 scenes of the film.

These roles are unpaid. The film is to be shot by 10th March 2017

If interested, please email daveredmond30@gmail.com with a headshot as soon as possible.  Queries please call 086 2225133

 

Casting 2 men for BA Short film: 28th Feb 2017

Griffith College BA Film Students are seeking to audition 2 men, both to look in their mid- to late 20’s

Film Synopsis: Two men, dressed as clowns, appear to be heading to a child’s party in an attempt to make money, but in a twist their business venture isn’t what it appears.

Character 1:  Lotso:  He is a man who is looking to provide for his young daughter and has resorted to robbery in a final attempt at proving he can provide for her. He is not confident in the plan but realises he needs to follow through with it. He makes attempt to make light of the situation he has found himself in.

Character 2:  Fizzbo: He is a seasoned criminal. Rough around the edges. Is leading and organising the heist. Rude, straight to the point, out for himself

Auditions will be held in Griffith College, South Circular Road (tbc)

When: 28th of February 2017 from 5pm.

*On the day of the audition please be familiar with the script and provide a headshot *

Filming Dates: Must be free from the 20th to the 25th of March for shooting and rehearsals. (dates to be confirmed)

For more information, a copy of the script or with any questions please email clownsshortfilm@gmail.com

 

 

Commedia dell’Arte Masterclass: Sun 26th Feb

“More than any other, the Commedia dell’Arte is the genre of theatre that expresses the present as it moves.”– Antonio Fava

 

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Originating in Renaissance Italy and translating as “theatre of the professional”, Commedia dell’Arte is distinguished by its character types and use of masks, physical comedy and improvisation.

 

Commedia dell’Arte is known for its swift pace and wit – encouraging actors’ imaginations, swift thinking and the physical discipline to create this type of rehearsed improvised theatre.
The style has had an lasting influence on Shakespeare, Molière and performing arts such as opera, vaudeville, musical theatre, improv comedy. You can even spot it’s influence on the modern sitcom.
Led by actor, teacher, director and writer Ronan Dempsey, this one-day masterclass will excite, enthrall and inform your performances in all styles far beyond Commedia.

 

Book now for this workshop on Sunday 26th February
Time: 10.00am – 6.00pm
at The Gaiety School of Acting, Essex St West, Temple Bar, D8
Cost €100.00

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