Casting Call for Movie Extras | Help Budding, Local Teen Filmmaker with New Project, ‘Dear Society’

Local 16-year old filmmaker, Wynter Rhys, who recently released her first short film, Little Red, has a film extra casting call out to the Snoqualmie Valley for her new project, Dear Society.

Like Little Red, Wynter’s new film will be featured in festivals worldwide. Little Red has been accepted into over 20 festivals so far, including The National Film Festival for Talented Youth, Newport Beach Film Festival and CineYouth.

Wynter says Dear Society will be beautiful and tragic story, offering a vital message by following a young girl going to more and more extremes to become perfect in the eyes of society – at the cost of her humanity.

FILM EXTRAS NEEDED  for DEAR SOCIETY

  • WHEN: April 22nd from 5PM – 6PM
  • WHERE: Mount Si High School Auditorium
  • WHAT YOU’LL DO: Get comfy in auditorium chairs and pretend to be an audience. Wynter will have the entire crowd shout “PERFECTION” at once, in unity. Simple as that. No prior acting experience required. 
  • DRESS: in business casual or nice clothing. Basically, no T-Shirts and hoodies and sweats, and you’ll be fine.
  • AGE RANGE: Teens and twenties are ideal, but we except as young as ten years old and up to late thirties. Any ages that fall outside these lines can be discussed with the director, Wynter Rhys, who can be reached at WynterRhys@gmail.com.
Winter says she’s working with a talented and professional crew on her latest film, for which she is the writer, director, set designer and editor. Noah Martin is the Director of Photography and colorist. Warren Etheridge, a founder of the Seattle Film School, is producing Dear Society and award-winning musical composer, Eric Goetz, will score the film.
The budding filmmaker says she can’t do this without the community, that each individual choosing to be a part of Dear Society will make a difference.
Good Luck, Wynter!
Wynter Rhys working on latest project, 'Dear Society'

Wynter Rhys working on latest project, ‘Dear Society’

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