Eric Schuman, dir.
Casting "Father Time," a short film for the Columbia University MFA program, about a man at the end of his rope who aims to steal a priceless family clock from his estranged son’s house with the help of his girlfriend. Though they manage to ingratiate themselves into the home, once he meets his grandson, he finds it difficult to complete the task.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Shoots early July in NYC.
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Male, 55-70, Caucasian
grizzly, stubborn, meaty build, blue-collar, an over-the-hill Casanova, stubborn, unwilling to face his mistakes, flaws and failures as a fa...
Female, 20-35, All Ethnicities
thin, playful, manipulative, uses her ‘feminine wiles’ to get the dough—it’s all thinks she has, an opportunist with a stubborn streak and a...
Male, 30-40, Caucasian
level-headed, worn-out, white collar accountant, struggling to be a good father and provider whilst combating with his own anxieties and inn...
Female, 28-40, All Ethnicities
welcoming, grounded, graceful, new housewife who wants more than anything to unite the family.
Male, 5-10, Caucasian
curious yet quiet, optimistic, bright, looks up to Adam, craves nothing but love and acceptance from his father.
Seeking submissions from: New York, NY
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