Non-Union Feature Film Casting 9 Roles

Casting 9 lead roles & 6 supporting for PARADISE, a Non Union feature directed by Max Makowski, a 3 time Sundance Director with an upcoming major studio feature already slated.

Terrific opportunity to be seen by an acclaimed Casting Director and work with an accomplished and rising Director. Not to mention spending a week in a luxury resort under in Indonesian!

Open worldwide to all nationalities.

Non Union

Aug 26 – Sep 28, 2011 (no role more than 10 days during this period)

Submissions are accepted via a self-taped audition online through Let It Cast
1. Visit to view the production presentation, breakdown and instructions on filming your audition
2. Ensure you match all the requirements for the role
3. Film your scene
4. Upload directly to Casting through the website
5. The process is completely FREE and your video will remain private, accessible only to production staff.

August 5, 2011 18:00 GMT

US $370 per day of shooting. Travel, meals, lodging & certain incidentals paid for by production. Please refer to the sides/audition document for complete Rate & Deal (see SUBMIT instructions below on how to access this document).

Let It Cast is used by productions to enable talent to respond to casting calls by submitting the actual audition for the role. The goal is to privilege the artistic expression of an actor’s work over the traditional resumé/demo submission process

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