'Death Finger Button'
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Skepsis Pictures/SUNY Purchase
Max Bayarsky, casting dir.
Casting "Death Finger Button," a surreal dark comedy for SUNY Purchase about a young man who is accused of killing a jogger as a result of having pressed a crosswalk signal button. After escaping the clutches of a secret society of vengeful joggers, he struggles in the fight to clear his name.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Rehearses late Dec.; shoots early January in and around NYC.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
No pay, but meals and travel provided.
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Male, 21-29, All Ethnicities
pragmatic, direct, a young man that enjoys a late-night slice of pizza, a simple guy just trying to lead a rational existence, a shift in hi...
Male, 30-55, All Ethnicities
confident, energetic, ever since Baggy was a child he wanted to play a cop on television. Instead, he became a real police lieutenant, but l...
Male, 32-55, All Ethnicities
wise, tireless, at first disguised as a kind southerner, he reveals himself to be deeply entrenched in a conspiracy about a crosswalk signal...
Pete the Priest (Supporting):
Male, 50-70, All Ethnicities
horny, religious, serves as a religious presence at executions, very attracted to women in French maid outfits, but tries to stay profession...
Jarvis McCallihan (Supporting):
Male, 30-50, All Ethnicities
ill-tempered but otherwise understated, a police officer whose vocal cords were severely damaged as a kid and can only whisper, tries to com...
Judge Reinhardt (Supporting):
Males & Females, 50-70, All Ethnicities
stubborn, unruly, and a bit bird-brained. Judge of the highest court, he/she tries to maintain a commanding power over their courtroom. His/...
Seeking submissions from: New York, NY
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