CASTING CALL FOR A NEW SERIES
SEEKING TALENT FOR A ROLES IN A NEW COMEDY SERIES:
- We are seeking talent of Tibetan heritage for the roles below.
*** TALENT MUST BE ABLE TO LEGALLY WORK IN CANADA
*** TALENT MUST PAY TAXES IN ONTARIO
*** TALENT MUST RESIDE IN THE GTA AREA
*** TALENT MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED BY SHOOT
Audition material can be found under the full character descriptions below the details!!!
Episodic: 1/2 Hour Episodic
Rate: ACTRA scale (union or non-union may apply)
Production Companies: Counterfeit Pictures Inc.
Created By: Anthony Q. Farrell
Producers: Shane Corkery, Anton Leo, Dan Bennett, Anthony Q. Farrell
Network: BellMedia Inc.
Tentative Outside Dates: June 21 – August 5, 2022
Tentative Outside dates for block: July 14 – 29
Filming Locations: Toronto, ON
AUDITION INSTRUCTIONS AND FULL CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS:
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: Wednesday, June 8, 2022 by 3:00 EST
SELF-TAPES/ QUESTIONS, SEND DIRECTLY TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Please read instructions carefully before sending any questions)
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Open gender, 20s, Tibetan. An artist asked to work on the library’s Parkdale mural, Torma expresses that they don’t want their contribution to be centered around the Canadian flag, citing the troubling things they saw in Canada once they moved there from Tibet.
Libraries are amazing places-Noble institutions boasting thousands of years of history. They provide services that are unique and incredibly unheralded. They’ve raised the bar so high that it’s impossible for the people that work there to reach it anymore. No matter what they do, we want more. Do you realize that anyone can walk into one of those buildings and read a whole book? Or watch a movie? Or use the Internet? Or build a resume? Or learn an instrument? And all for free. Free! How are librarians not showered with praise and treasures? We just take it all for granted. It’s crazy! Set in a fictionalized version of the Parkdale Public Library, this single-camera comedy series follows the employees and patrons as they go about their lives in this unassuming and extraordinary place. Libraries are community centers with unlimited obstacles, endless characters, and unique subcultures. Ours, in particular, is one of the lesser-funded branches: A forgotten place for forgotten people.