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Auditions for Hindsight

Casting 4 actors, Males or Females 20-45, for short film "Hindsight" to be shot in late February or early March.

Any ethnicity.

Resume and head shot appreciated, but not required.

Compensation:Food, credit, production photos and copy of finished DVD.

Updated Script can be found at

Please be familiar with script content for readings.


John, a slightly built and scruffy 20-something ne’er do well who seems to always wind up with the short straw. Imagines himself to be clever, but people who know him find him to be a bit slow. Not bad looking, but women sense “loser” and steer clear. Has been friends with Kurt since junior high and has been led into trouble over and over again. He’s the one who always gets caught. Living in his parent’s basement. Assassin #1: 21-45 years old. Pure muscle. Follows orders and mostly gets them right, but not known for thinking for him/her self. Will do most any physical job that pays well. Assassin #2: 21-45 years old. Slightly brighter than Assassin #1, only in that he/she let’s #1 go into potential danger first. Thinks he/she’ll work his/her way up in “the organization” and be a boss some day. Kurt, good looking, 20-something. Dresses well (shoplifting skills) and drives a nice car (borrowed from a friend). Lots of charisma but not as much in the brains department as he thinks. Always scheming and dragging his friends along, he manages to charm his way out of most situations, usually by throwing someone else under the bus. Talked his landlord into half price rent with the promise that he’s going to be coming into money “real soon now” and he’d make it worth the landlord’s while.  

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  • chatanya

    It was very exciting to be part of audition for hindsight....

    January 26, 2013

  • Kerri M.

    Some good talent turned out for the audition! Looks like we will be able to cast all of the roles from the actors we saw.

    January 26, 2013

  • Mario O.

    It was fun. Everyone was very cool. It was a pleasure to meet everyone. Thanks!

    January 26, 2013

  • Loren

    I took a wrong turn and missed the exit. Such a shame. Best of luck on the project.

    January 26, 2013

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