'My Girl Rose'
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FSU Film School
Jordan Lewis, dir.
Casting "My Girl Rose," a student film for Florida State University. Synopsis: When Rose Douglas and Michael Clark, an interracial couple, decide to attend a segregated prom ceremony in the 1960s, they send shock waves through their conservative, southern community.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Rehearses in the spring; shoots Jan.-April 2014 in FL.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Pay, plus travel and accommodations provided. SAG Student Film Agreement.
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Rose Douglas (Lead):
Female, 16-30, African Descent, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African American, Native American, South Asian
outgoing, pretty inside and out, has flaws, always open to finding the good out of anyone, keeps a lot of thoughts to herself, becoming attr...
Michael Clark (Lead):
Male, 16-30, Caucasian
educated, well-read, open minded, has a wonderful aura about him, doesn't see the bad around him, attracted to Rose.
Everene Douglas (Supporting):
Female, 40-60, African Descent, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African American
wise and hard-working mother of Rose, very passionate.
Thomas Clark (Supporting):
Male, 40-60, Caucasian
Michael's father, also the principal of the newly integrated Lakeland High School, has a heart but seems to crack under pressure.
Glenda Clark (Supporting):
Female, 40-60, Caucasian
Michael's mother, has a heart but is at the same time overly concerned with her son, conveys lots of subtext with the way she talks.
Seeking submissions from: New Orleans, LA; Atlanta, GA
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