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In the Leaves - Short Western Sci-Fi Film

In the Leaves - Short Western Sci-Fi Film

Queensland, Australia

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IN THE LEAVES is a short (approx 30 mins) original Western Sci-Fi Film being written and directed by Matt Gall.

"Broke and alienated on a foreign planet, Cadence teams up with a local bounty hunter to find her missing brother. However, things take a turn for the worst when they discover they’re both searching for the same person."

The film is a self-funded passion project and will be crewed mostly by graduated USQ Creative Art students.

Shooting will take place around the TOOWOOMBA REGION.

In addition to actors required we are also seeking extra crew members, so if this all sounds intriguing to you and you feel talented, motivated, and right for the job, we'd love to get in contact and see you involved.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

We are currently aiming to shoot around July / August and would like to have a handful of production meetings / rehearsals before then. Shooting will be flexibly worked around everyones schedule.

Job payment

This job is unpaid


BAS

Bas is Cadences older brother. Always the more adventurous and daring one of the two, he set off for space travel long before her and managed to get himself tied up with the wrong people along the way.

Males, aged 23 to 30 from Queensland, Australia

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Listing created: 24 April 2019
Applications closed: 16 May 2019
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