Great Opportunity for an Autistic Male 15-21

Great opportunity for autistic male

This could be a brilliant opportunity for an autistic male, 15-21, who would like to appear in a feature film.

We’ve been contacted by the Child Casting Assistant from the office of Isabella Odoffin, a casting director with an impressive history working across film, television and theatre.
The agency are currently casting a British feel-good drama feature film, which will shoot in the UK this Summer ’21 and are seeking an autistic male who looks between the ages of 15-21 years old for a speaking part in the movie.
Auditions will be a bit different this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Where previously they would have suggested an unobtrusive visit, they are currently casting electronically/virtually so it would be a good idea to be prepared before you contact them. If you’re interested in auditioning for this speaking part, the Isabella Odoffin team would be grateful if you could get in touch with them directly via the contact details on the Flyer. Live links are below.
This is a paid opportunity and no previous professional experience is required but an interest in music is helpful. Isabella Odoffin
Isabella Odoffin’s young person credits include PAN (for Warner Bros, directed by Joe Wright), GET SANTA (a Christmas film exec produced by Ridley Scott) and ANNA KARENINA (also directed by Joe Wright for Working Title Films).
Theatre casting credits include the award winning SMALL ISLAND by Andrea Levy and ALL OF US by Francesca Martinez for the National Theatre, a play about life, love and the struggle to survive for those who don’t fit in during a time of austerity.
They are DBS checked.
Please check out the flyer below and if you’d like to take advantage of this great opportunity for an autistic male you’ll find contact details via the link at the bottom of the post. Also a link to the Isabella Odoffin website where you’ll find information about the agency and some of their previous work.
Great opportunity for an autistic male

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