Eleven One Productions is seeking two teenage girls (able to play 15-16-year-old girls) for a pilot treatment. Deferred pay for treatment; contingent on series pick-up. Travel at own expense. One day of work.
JAX, 15 (LEAD FEMALE): High emotional IQ, volleyball player, whip smart, clever and witty, more emotional of the two best friends. Middle-of-the-road character; not the most popular or the least popular, but friends with everyone.
JONAH, 15 (SECOND LEAD FEMALE): VERY sarcastic character, funny, quick wit, beloved. Allergic to emotion. Her only friend is her best friend, JAX. Not middle-of-the-road, not anything; no one really knows her and she’s completely good with that. Volleyball player because Jax is a volleyball player. Completely lovable. Cat personality.
Send head shot and resume to email@example.com if interested no later than March 28.
Eleven One Productions is currently casting for a short, inspirational film titled “CYNISCA REBORN,” for festival run. Scheduled to film May 14-17, 2020. PAID. Non-union. For consideration, please submit reel and resume to the production team at firstname.lastname@example.org by this Sunday, Jan. 26. Subject Line: CYNISCA REBORN | RANDALL.
Role breakdown below.
Male lead. 30-40, 5’10” to 6’3″, average to athletic. Caucasian. Non-union.
Necessary skills: Must be average to athletic. Personal training experience preferred. Paid.
Randall is a family man with a genuine care and concern for his aging grandma who just relocated to Ohio from California. At 90, she’s starting to feel a little down, depressed, and separated from a life she used to know. Randall is a personal trainer and former pro baseball player who believes an active lifestyle can help overcome the blues. Knowing his grandma used to bowl, he comes to her with a unique idea on how to improve her mood and life.
COLUMBUS (Oct. 2019) – Columbus-based Producer and Director Steph Greegor was recently accepted into the Sundance Institute’s Collab producing course and will finish in December.
“The Sundance Institute offers so many opportunities for emerging artists, particularly women, in a variety of ways, from its fountainhead festival to labs and fellowships,” said Greegor, who has produced two short films, of which Olsky was festival-accepted and Emmy-nominated, and Revenge, Inc., is currently in post-production. “For them to offer this additional layer of education through the Sundance Collab initiative shows their dedication and commitment to diverse voices having opportunities to be heard from all areas of the world.”
Greegor is one of 34 applicants from across the world accepted into the online course run by storied producer Karin Chien and 2018 Independent Spirit Piaget Producer’s Award recipient Summer Shelton. Shelton will…
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Short crime thriller Revenge Inc. is set to film in August of 2019.
The short film, written by Columbus-based Dianna Craig, tells the story of a woman in the revenge business who comes face-to-face with a truth she didn’t expect.
For more information, visit the film’s website.
Aaron Massey, a seasoned actor with over a decade of experience, joins the production of the short film, “Nellie,” as its lead, “John,” a prison janitor who stumbles upon a horrific crime and must decide if he will save a life.
“It’s an honor,” said Massey, who plans to tackle the complicated character with a deep dive into what makes him tick. “John is unique in the way that there’s a lot under the surface. He’s complicated and quiet; but courageous in his soul. And that’s a challenge for me, as an actor, to bring that to life and try to find the truth in who he is.”
Massey comes to the film with 10+ years of theater and film experience, including roles in The Haunting of Alice D (Kane Hodder), and Refuge From the Storm (Michael Madsen). Massey also starred in Eleven One’s Production’s 2015 short film, “Olsky,” a festival-accepted, Emmy-nominated 8-minute short.
Massey is based in Columbus, Ohio, and recently wrote, directed, and starred in the short film “BORN,” which was selected into the 2017 Film Festival of Columbus.