Project: "Collision" (Short Film)
Producer: Madison Garratt
Director: Brent Gooden
Shooting Location(s): Niagara
Script Availability: Available on day of audition
Contact Info: Email: ( email@example.com ) - Phone: 289-668-6730
Auditions: Toronto- Tuesday Oct 1st and Wednesday Oct 2nd 2013
Audition Location: Fraser Studios, 76 Stafford St. Toronto
Shooting Starts: November (day TBA)
Shooting Finishes: TBA
Union: Union and non-union
Rates: Travel expenses will be reimbursed
Mary is in a state of grief after losing her husband, Daniel. On a night out with her friends, she meets a man named Matt. When Mary and Matt get involved in a car accident outside of the bar, Mary will have to deal with her past.
Submission Instructions: If interested in an audition, you may email Madison Garratt letting her know what positions you would like to audition for.
MARY (Lead) - Gender: Female. Age: 20-30 Mary, in the past, was a beautiful, optimistic young woman. Now, she is distant, unfocused, lonely and disturbed. Only when pressured by certain situations, she gets out of her shell.
MATT (Lead) - Gender: Male. Age: 20-30 Matt, an alcoholic and cop, is a funny and charming young man. However, his drunken actions, at times, are careless and reckless. In his past, it's shown he was a man of righteousness and stability. Somewhere beneath, Matt continues to battle his grief.
DANIEL (Supporting) - Gender: Male. Age: 20-30 Daniel, Mary's husband, will appear as a dreamboat, that one in a million type of guy. He's sparky, funny and flirtatious. He appears in his wife's thoughts, the little light when things in her world go dark.
SARAH (Supporting) - Gender: Female. Age: 20-30 Mary's best friend is a beautiful young woman who looks to have many fun moments in her life. Sarah is outgoing, radical and a risk-taker. She is supportive of Mary but she tries not to let her best friend's grief get to her too much. Sarah believes going out to have fun relieves all stress and pain.
BARTENDER (Supporting) - Gender: Male. Age: 25-35 A casual bartender who tries to get by on his shift, despite the positive or negative actions of his customers.