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Casting Call: Indie Feature Film
October 17, 2018
We are See You Never Productions, a woman-owned, Austin based production company, currently working on a feature indie film. We are looking to begin auditions soon to fill our cast , and are interesting in posting a casting call for potentially interested students at the University of Texas.
Production Title: Wallaroos Aren’t Real
Production Type: Micro-budget Feature
Production Location: Austin, Texas
Production Timeline: Target filming dates between January and February 2019. Filming will primarily take place on
evenings and weekends, not full-time. Production timing is subject to change based on crew availability and
Executive Producers: Emma Siegel, Shea Katz, Allie Griffin
Writer/Director: Emma Siegel
Casting Director: Allie Griffin
Director of Photography: Shea Katz
Our story follows two women, navigating the heartbreaking duplicity and deception that is the modern dating
world. Amidst a fleeting timeline and chaotic circumstances, their journeys begin innocently enough. Boy meets
girl, girl falls hard, and boy falls too. By journey’s end, these women, who know absolutely nothing about the other
and are in completely different places, will become entwined by their very similar experiences.
Audition Date: Saturday, 11/3
Audition Start Time: 11am
Audition End Time: 2pm
To set your audition time, please email your name and time preference to the following email address:
Paid / Non-Paid: Non-Paid
Other / Additional Compensation: Film credit and a copy of the film (once complete)
Meals / Lodging / Transportation: Meals, snacks, and beverages during production
Special Notes for Potential Cast: Thank you for your interest in See You Never’s first feature film. We are looking
for those who want to add to the production in a positive manner. This exciting project will be pitched at local and
national festivals in the U.S. and would be a great opportunity for you to meet others in the industry as well as to
add to your portfolio. We look forward to meeting you all and possibly working with you in the future!
For more information on Wallaroos Aren’t Real , please visit www.wallaroosarentreal.com or follow us on Facebook
and Instagram (@wallaroosarentreal).
Gwen: A tall, Jewish woman in her mid-late twenties, with long, brown hair, dark features, and glasses. She’s
independent, sassy, and knows what she wants. Lead role.
Jenny: A tall woman in her mid-twenties with dark features. Works at a gift shop but her dream is to act on
Broadway. Lead role.
Jasper: A guy with short hair, in his mid-late twenties. A bit on the quiet side but very flirtatious. Must be able to
switch between Australian and American accents. Lead role.
Laila: A shorter woman (any race), in her mid-late twenties. She’s a supportive friend that wants all the juicy details
so she can lend a helping hand. Supporting role.
Megan: A woman (any race), in her mid-twenties. Always listening to Jenny’s troubles and offering advice. Best
friends with Jenny. Supporting role.
Handsome Australian: Older, Caucasian. Tall, dark, and handsome, and he knows it. Very cocky. Must be able to do
an Australian accent. One scene.
Alistair: A medium-height, Jewish man in his mid-thirties. Very confident but kind of creepy. Must be able to do an
Australian and/or British accent. A few scenes.
Howard: Medium height, Caucasian man, in his early thirties. Confident, with an attitude. Portrays anti-Semitic
view-points. One scene.
Vanessa: Mid-twenties, Caucasian woman with dark features. Nice but an awkward addition to the group since
nobody really knows her. A few scenes.
Miles: A tall, skinny blonde Caucasian guy. Mid-twenties. Friends with Gwen and Laila. Courtney and Frankie do not
like him. He’s the guy that leads girls on (previously Gwen) and thinks he’s cuter than he is. One scene.
Levi: Jewish guy in his mid-twenties. Friends with Gwen and Frankie. Friendly and single. A few small scenes.