In today’s casting roundup, the New York Times meets Harvard University with the short film collaboration “Us Again,” which is now casting one of its two lead roles. Plus, a short about a group of female avengers is looking for a lead, another about an android-human relationship is casting the office jerk, and a feature film about a get-rich-quick scheme is filming in Nashville, Tennessee.
“US AGAIN,” BY NYTIMES OP-DOC DIRECTOR AND HARVARD FILMMAKING COLLECTIVEThe Harvard University filmmaking collective and Lance Oppenheim collaboration “Us Again,” a short film about a couple driven to re-enact a vaguely-remembered scene and situation from their past, is casting one of its two lead roles. A male actor, aged 27–35, is sought to play Otto. The film will rehearse March 24–25 and shoot March 30–April 1 in New York City. Pay is $50 per shoot day. Apply here!
“EXECUTION” Join “Execution,” a short, experimental film about a group of renegade women who execute men who’ve committed heinous crimes against women. A Black cis or trans female actor, aged 25–45, is sought to play the lead role of Gravity, one of the women on the avenging
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