In a world where music is illegal and the arts are heavily censored, High Fidelity explores Billie’s relationship between music, self-expression, and community by questioning the rules of the world she inhabits. After a meeting Stevie, a rebel involved in the growing counterculture of music advocates, Billie must make a choice – will she become another cog in the machine or will she turn to face the music?
This is a graduate film project by On The Fly Films - a collective of experienced filmmakers in our final year at Solent University Southampton.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesCall Backs: 18/01/2020
production Start: 29/02/2020
Production Finish: 15/03/2020
(8 Shoot days - specific dates TBC)
£100 per day - The role of Billie is required for 8 full days of filming
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Billie is desperate to break the mould. Under the strict supervision of her parents, she is ordered to go to an Artistic Corrections Facility for displaying ‘musical sympathies’. It’s here that she meets Stevie, in whom she finds a mentor and an outlet for her creative and individual expression.
Female, aged 18 to 25
- Acting experience: Previous paid speaking roles
Applications closed 18 January 2020.