Open casting call for film ‘Indian Horse’ wanting First Nations, six to 25-years-old

A feature film production based on Richard Wagamese’s novel INDIAN HORSE

(Kamloops: Mar. 28, 2016)  A feature film production based on Richard Wagamese’s novel INDIAN HORSE is in the early stages of casting for roles.

They are seeking First Nations males – children, youth and adults ages six years to 25-years-old.

Roles include speaking roles, hockey players of all ages of which some will speak and some will not, and non-speaking roles.

This is an Open call. No acting experience is required and there is no charge to apply to be in the movie.

Filming will take place in Sudbury, Ontario, Oka, Quebec, and Kamloops, British Columbia.

Canadian persons do not have to live in these three places in order to be considered for a role in the movie.  Filming will start in fall of 2016. There will be tutors and time set aside while filming so children do not fall behind in their schooling.

The casting search is being conducted via Online Audition Submissions.

Please register ASAP online to be given instructions for uploading your audition.

Start by going to http://www.screensiren.ca/indianhorsecasting/

Deadline is Sunday, April 17, 2016.

If you need assistance or have any further questions, please contact the Thompson-Nicola Film Commission at 250-377-8673, or 1-877-8673 toll free or at tnfc@tnrd.ca.