The Mont Alto Film Project is currently seeking actors for GHOSTING, a full-length independent feature film. Ghosting is a micro-budget, non-union production of the Mont Alto Film Project in conjunction with Third Child Productions under the auspices of Penn State University’s Mont Alto campus. Auditions are open to all actors.
WHEN: Saturday, February 23rd – 12:00 noon to 4:00 P.M and Saturday, March 16th – 12:00 noon to 4:00 P.M.
WHERE: The Penn State Mont Alto Campus
One Campus Drive
Mont Alto, PA 17237
General Studies Building
Check-in is in GS 110
(Auditions are held in the auditorium)
Actors with headshots and resumes should email them to Casting@thirdchildproductions.com or bring them to the audition. Others should send or bring a current photo and contact information.
Production blog: mafilmproject.wordpress.com
Previous film: twodaysback.com, IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2083385
QUESTIONS and QUERIES: Casting@thirdchildproductions.com or Boon@psu.edu
The film is nonunion, but we will consider exceptional SAG actors under ultra-low budget agreement.
We are casting the following roles:
1 Man, 19-24 (lead) – attractive*
2 Women, 19-24 (principle) – attractive*
1 Man, 45-55 (principle) – tall, thin*
1 Man, 60+ (supporting) – genial
1 Man 50-60 (supporting)* – harsh
1 Man, 45-55 (supporting) – intellectual
1 Woman, 45-58 (supporting)*
1 Man, 50-60 (speaking) – upper class
1 Woman, 48-58 (speaking) – upper class
2 Women, any ages (speaking)
1 Actor, any gender or age (speaking)
1 Man or Woman, 30-55 (speaking)-newscaster
1 Woman, 65+ (speaking)
2 Men, 40-65 (speaking)
There are also 4 non-speaking roles available.
* Demanding roles that require serious acting chops.
A small but dedicated group gathers as the Mont Alto Film Project begins its second foray into independent filmmaking.
The Franklin County Foundation has generously added its much-appreciated support to the Mont Alto Film Project on the Penn State Mont Alto campus in Franklin County by contributing to the purchase of a new, portable editing computer for the project. The computer is a godsend, allowing portability during pre-production, principal photography, and post-production.
The project is in its second run and busy on its next feature film (an untitled supernatural thriller) and will be making great use of the new equipment for years to come.
The Mont Alto Film Project starts up again today with a new crop of students. The previous project ended up with the award-winning Two Days Back. It will be exciting to see what this new group can achieve.
The film premieres on November 18th and 19th at the Capitol Theatre in Chambersburg, PA. (http://www.thecapitoltheatre.org/)
Visit the official TWO DAYS BACK website for future updates. (http://twodaysback.com/)
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As we move toward a complete cut of the film, we are busy with myriad post-production tasks, including color correction and grading. I thought folks might like to see a sample.