OXFORD TOWN — An independent film will be shot in Oxford this May with casting for several speaking roles to be held on March 27. The film 25K follows the misadventures of two bail enforcement agents who make a series of bad decisions with violent consequences.
For filmmaker Chase Goforth, his two passions grew hand in hand. While his career is that of a magician, doing work at corporate events, conferences and some theater work, another type of magic always fascinated him: movie-making.
Goforth will be casting around 16 to 17 roles at the March 27 casting call. Actors will go to Isom Hall Room 302, which is in the Theater Department from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Actors will be unpaid as the film is being shot for under $20,000. The film will be shot from May 17-June 3. Readings will be made available but Goforth asks actors to come prepared with a one or two minute monologue.
An e-mail notice of your plans to audition to firstname.lastname@example.org are appreciated, Goforth said. More casting information, including character descriptions, can be read at http://www.25kthemovie.blogspot.com/.