Aramais Air, dir.-prod.
Casting "Hard Right," a short film about an up and coming boxer with a killer instinct inside the ring, and a heart of gold once he steps out.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Shoots late Sept. or early Oct. 2013 (approx. dates TBD) in L.A.
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Male, 30-40, Caucasian
tough and rugged with morsels of kindness and sensitivity; good guy with an unfortunate upbringing; his negligent mother has cut his fuse ve...
Female, 30, Caucasian
head over heels in love with Winslow and wants to protect him from anyone who doesn’t want what’s best for him; lies out of love and just wa...
Male, 50-55, Caucasian
feels sorry for Winslow because he knows the debt is his mothers; not evil or conniving, but has a very expensive business to run.
Frank (Day Player):
Male, 40-45, Caucasian
has known Winslow since he was a nobody; they’re bros; just like Dina, he lies to Winslow out of love and feels a deep sadness about it all.
Joe (Day Player):
Male, 30, African Descent, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African American, Caucasian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern
has been working with Frank for a while now, so they’re very comfortable with each other; good friends.
Male, 40-50, Caucasian
a seasoned veteran who knows to think with his brain and control his gut instincts; it’s his first case with Sam and is growing a bit impati...
Earl (Day Player):
Male, 50, African Descent, African American, Caucasian
an older man who is content with his place in life, and can’t stand it when Morgan tries to lecture him; loves to smoke.
Julia (Day Player):
Female, 60, Caucasian
the true antagonist of the story, the devil in disguise - it’s all her fault.
Seeking submissions from: Los Angeles, CA
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Winslow Harris, a boxer, is fueled by the scars of his negligent mother. His vigorous community involvement and a charming personality have made him an international fan favorite to win the title. The morning of his big fight, his pre-game routine is derailed by a request to be interviewed by Joey Big Thyme, the biggest name in sports journalism, to which he reluctantly agrees. Unbeknownst to Winslow, this was much more than a simple interview.