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LA SkinsFest/Barcid Foundation
Curtis Lee Bridenstine
Casting "K'ina: Kil," a period piece set in Northern California during the California Gold Rush.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Shoots Nov. 9-10 in Northern Cali.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Pays: $50/flat fee. Travel to Northern California, lodging, and food provided.
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Male, 18-21, Caucasian, Native American
a shy young carver who is forced to take action when the Native American girl he loves is kidnapped by miners.
Male, 40-50, Caucasian
a miner and human trafficker, is the head of the trafficking operation that kidnaps young Native American girls and sells them for profit; w...
Quinella and T-Oat-See (Supporting):
Female, 16-18, Native American
two teenage girls who are friends with Tintah, and Quinella and Tintah love each other, but are too shy to admit it at the beginning; they a...
Male, 35-40, Native American
father of Quinella and T-Oat-See; humble, yet brave and assists Tintah in rescuing his daughters.
Silas and Nigel (Supporting):
Male, 30-40, Caucasian, Native American, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race
middle men in the trafficking syndicate; they kidnap the two girls and bring them to Nasi.
Seeking submissions from: Los Angeles, CA
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Tintah, a bi-racial young adult man of Native American and Caucasian descent, finds himself caught in the middle of gold miners who kidnap and traffic Native American girls. He takes action once he finds out that the Native girl he loves, Quinella and her younger sister, T-Oat-See have been kidnapped by the miners. He uses his warrior-like skills to free the two girls and kill the perpetrators.