Fort Box, new short film to be shot in Devon, is calling for actors in Devon to get in touch for auditions.
Director Dom Lee said: ‘The casting call for the film will be open for a few more days, please share or forward this to anyone you think might be interested, I wouldn’t want to miss any untapped South West acting talent!’
Dom has called Fort Box his ‘most ambitious film project to date’, and it’s not like he hasn’t been involved with some ambitious films!
The story follows 10-year-old James, who enjoys creating cardboard models with his Mum, things such as cars and rocketships. Mum has designs for their most ambitious project yet, a cardboard box fort made from thousands of boxes. When she falls ill it is left to James, Dad and the local community to organize and construct the fort.
The roles that Dom is looking to cast are:
The main role, looking for a 9-11 year old boy.
Major role, looking for an actor with a playing range of early 30s to mid 40s.
Supporting role, looking for an actress with a playing range of early 30s to mid 40s.
Filming will be taking place from late July until mid August, please either message the Fort Box Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and he’ll give you some further details.
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