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Casting call

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If the Little Rock Film Fest gave you the acting bug, assistant LRFF programmer Levi Agee and his crew want to see you this Saturday, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., at an open casting call for a Southern comedy called "Cotton County Boys" at the Public Theater.

More details on the jump.

Southern Comedy Film - Open Casting Call

June 12th 2:00 - 6:00PM

The Public Theatre - Little Rock

616 Center Street Little Rock, AR 72201

For directions: http://bit.ly/dAPs4r

Inquiries: email kwadfilms@gmail.com or call (479) 871-0801

This is a non-SAG shoot.

Title: COTTON COUNTY BOYS

Producer: Allison Hogue

Production Company: KWAD Films

Director: Collin Buchanan

Exec. Producers: Levi Agee, Collin Buchanan

Dir. of Photography: Jonathan Childs

SHOOTING DATES: mid to late July and August 2010

Paid meals, gas/transportation and film credit

GENRE: Southern comedy

SYNOPSIS: Three simple-minded brothers enter an "America's Funniest Home Videos"-style game show in an attempt to win the money to save their mother's house from foreclosure.

FEATURED ROLES:

- BOBBY (MALE, 20s) - Shy and soft-spoken, but warm and intelligent

- SAMUEL (MALE, 20s) - Dimwitted and somewhat irritable, mostly good-natured

- HATTIE (FEMALE, 20s) - Sweet and compassionate love interest of BOBBY

- BETTES (FEMALE, 40s or 50s) - Good Southern woman with a powerful presence, mother to BOBBY and SAMUEL

- MERLE (MALE, 60s) - A man of few words, deceptively wise, boyfriend of BETTES

EXTRAS

Other smaller roles and Extra parts available.

If you are unable to attend one of our auditions, email your photo, resume, and contact information to: kwadfilms@gmail.com

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