Friday, 29 April 2011

ATTENTION POTENTIAL MOVIE 'STARS'

This is courtesy an email I received on Friday evening:

Don Cherry Mini-Series; “Keep You Head Up Kid – The Sequel”, is filming a variety of 1970s hockey scenes in Brandon, Manitoba for an early week in June.


The producers and the Extras Casting Department (Kari Casting) are looking to hire highly skilled male hockey players (age 16yrs and up) as well as regular extras to play as audiences at NHL hockey games.

Kari Casting is holding hockey tryouts as well as an EXTRAS OPEN CASTING CALL next Thursday evening, May 5th, 2011. Hockey players will be scheduled and assigned a specific time, but all others who are interested in participating as regular extras, are welcome to come and register.



INFO FOR HOCKEY PLAYERS:

1) MUST CALL THE 24 HOUR KARI CASTING HOTLINE: (204) 287-8839

- Make sure to leave your full name and phone number and email address

- Kari Casting will call you back with all the important information such as; time, location for the tryouts.

2) HOCKEY PLAYERS MUST CALL THE HOTLINE TO BE SCHEDULED IN.

3) MUST BE at least 16yrs or older (MALE) to apply.



INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPEN CASTING CALL:
WHEN: THURSDAY, MAY 5TH, 2011

TIME: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

**Applicants are welcome to drop in anytime between 6pm-9pm

WHERE: Keystone Centre Arena, 1175 18th St. (enter through EAST SIDE RAMP ENTRANCE, off 13th St.)

***The application process will only take a few minutes. Please be prepared to fill out an extras application form as well as get your picture taken.


WHAT TYPE OF EXTRAS ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

We are looking for both male and female of ALL AGES to play as hockey fans in a variety of different 1970s scenes. Anyone interested should attend!
Extras 24 hour hotline: 204.287.8839 (messages only)

E-mail: info@karicasting.com

For more information or to download a copy of the Extras Casting Form, please visit: http://www.karicasting.com/

We would like to encourage the BRANDON HOCKEY COMMUNITY to come out and be a part of this exciting Canadian production!

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