Casting: Spanish-speaking Actors Needed for Student Film

Posted on October 21, 2010 by admin

One of our sterling Stonehenge shooters is casting for his final film project. Here’s the lowdown:

My name is Roberto Sanchez and I am a film student at the Center of Digital Art in Georgetown (CDIA /Boston University). My project for graduation is a short student film about 15 minute long and it is in Spanish. I need four actors that are fluent on Spanish: two females and two males.

The Characters:
Billie (male, 30-35) – Funny guy, always helpful, outgoing, full of energy.
Julian (male, 30-35) – Loved by women, always smiling–even at the worst situation–egocentric.
Adriana (female, 30-35) – Billie’s fiance, Julian’s best friend. A funny person with an outgoing personality.
Angela (female, 30-35) – People fall in love with her and her personality whenever she walks into a room, but she’s actually not too confident.

The film is about a couple that–after a hard separation–meets after 10 years by mistake and starts to remember good times and sad moments with an unexpected end.

I would like to audition this coming Saturday, 10/23, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. and Tuesday, 10/26, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
The location will be 1055 Thomas Jefferson Street NW Washington,DC 20007.

This will be a cold reading. I will provide partial scripts (sides) for the actors. Please bring a copy of your latest headshot and resume.

You can reach me at
Cell: 301 503-4390
Email: mabosanchez[at]yahoo.com

Thank you

Roberto Sanchez.