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Production Company
University of British Columbia
Producer(s)
Ross Branch
Director(s)
Sean Patterson
Casting Director(s): 
Sean Patterson
Union Status
Non-Union
Project Type
Film
Student Production
Yes
Compensation Details

This is an unpaid, volunteer position for a UBC student short film. IMDB Credit will be given at the completion of the project.

Audition Date(s)
November 1 - December 1, 2020
Audition Location
Online-only
Shoot / Perf. Date(s)
February 12 - 14, 2021
Submission Deadline
Friday, November 27, 2020
Submission Instructions

Please submit your headshot, demo reel and resume to: [email protected] - Submit your pair in one email if possible, or include the name of your pair.

Project Synopsis
A romantic dinner gone awry, leads Emily and Nick to question the future of their marriage and uncovers a truth that Emily has been avoiding for five years.
Additional Comments & Safety Protocol: 

Looking for actor pairs (couple, friends, roommates) in the same COVID-19 bubble. Masks will be mandatory for all crew and cast while on set. Crafty and meals will be distributed in individually packaged containers. Actors will be the only people on set to remove their masks during shooting. In-between takes, actors will be asked to wear masks again.

Character 1
Emily Jones
Age
26 (20 - 28 years old)
Gender
Female
Description
Very career driven and although she is currently a sous-chef, she is working to open her own restaurant. She comes from a big family, and has 5 older sisters. All of whom are either pregnant, stay-at-home moms or trying to have kids with their husbands. Always having someone around, between her sisters and then Nick, has made her less independent than she'd like to be.
Character 2
Nick Davis
Age
32 (25 - 35 years old)
Gender
Male
Description
Nick Davis is an interior designer. He had always loved design but started in culinary school to be able to secure himself a job. He dropped out and started an interior design consultancy with a high school friend. Emily is his first real relationship. Nick is an only child and his dad never let him take anything too seriously - school, girls, himself. So after growing up with just himself and his dad, he had always wanted to start a big family.