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Lead Actress Required for Low-Budget (but high-quality!) Feature Film

Lead Actress Required for Low-Budget (but high-quality!) Feature Film

New Zealand

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"Buzz Cut" is a horror-comedy about a killer bee keeper. Several key scenes have already been shot, and I am now looking for actors to complete the main ensemble of characters. For now, I'd like to focus on the main female character. You will act opposite the Hollywood actress Donna Wilkes ("Jaws 2," "Angel"), who is flying over from L.A. and will appear as the main antagonist.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

Auditions: to be arranged. Video applications acceptable. Filming will be late July/early August.

Job payment

$200 per day


All together, this will be a 12-14 day shoot, although days may not be shot concurrently.

Edited 13 May 2019


Those not suitable for this role can be considered for secondary characters.

Edited 13 May 2019


Jemma ("final girl")

Jemma is an introverted, wallflower-type who is dragged along to an event held by the Hash House Harriers (a "drinking club with a running problem"). Out of her element, she has to content with a bunch of slobs, rejects and miscreants... in addition to a serial killer! ...until she finally breaks out of her shell and saves the day.

Females, aged 18 to 28 from New Zealand

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Listing created: 12 May 2019
Applications closed: 1 July 2019
Casting #1007274
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