Deadline: midday on Wednesday 10 February 2016.
Artist / Director Lucy Beech is looking for female performers to play a role in her latest film. Commissioned by Liverpool Biennial, the film will be exhibited in the city throughout the 2016 Biennial (9 July – 16 October).
Shot on location in Liverpool, the film blurs the line between documentary and fiction. Focusing on the rise of female door supervisors, security guards and bouncers, the film uses the industry of conflict management as its backdrop. It explores the interpersonal group dynamics of a community of women, in order to explore ideas of public intimacy and competitive vulnerability.
Production will take place between 29 March – 8 April (5 days shoot spread across this period). A number of rehearsals will be scheduled in the lead up to the shoot in early March. Please only apply if you are available over this period. Candidates will preferably be based in the Liverpool area. Please note that all roles will be paid.
The artist is looking for someone aged between 35-45 with strong onscreen physical presence. Please state if you have any relevant experience in movement or self-defence training. On screen experience is preferred but not essential.
The artist is looking for a number of female performers playing characters aged between 30-60 with strong onscreen physical presence. Please state if you have any relevant experience in movement or self-defence training. Onscreen experience is preferred but not essential.
How to Apply
Please send your CV and a head shot to email@example.com by midday on Wednesday 10 February. Open auditions for all roles will take place on Thursday 11 February.
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