Rather than create something for an already existing film, Sasha is taking the initiative to create her own short film, with the help of Amber Rose Morgan, a freelance filmmaker.
Sasha's initial idea was to use dancers within her video, and Amber has helped her to develop this idea into a story. The story is that of two homeless sisters. The eldest, aged 22, dances to make money on the streets for her and her 7 year old sister. When she becomes too weak and underfed to perform anymore, her younger sister must teach herself to dance.
This will be a slow, and emotive film, aimed at showing the vulnerability of the homeless, and the power and determination of a sister's love.
Shoot dates: TBC (likely 2 evening shoots before 16th December).
Shoot location: Central Brighton
All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
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Youngest Sister - Child Dancer/Actress
Our ideal applicant will have previous contemporary, ballet or hip-hop dance experience, as well as acting experience. At times, this character will need to appear afraid and sad. You will work with Sasha, the eldest dancer Anna, and your own creativity to produce the choreography for your dance sections of the video. Ideally you will live close to Brighton and easily be able to travel to and from set. A parent/guardian is required on set at all times. Food and drink will be provided.
Female, aged 5 to 11
- Attended dancing school: Yes
- Dancing ability: Intermediate, Expert
- Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
- Skin color: White
Applications closed 30 November 2016.