A couple of years ago local filmmaker Barry Jenkins made good with Medicine for Melancholy, an exploration of the present day San Francisco. Now he’s taking a look at the future of the city. His new short film, REMIGRATION, shooting this week, is part of the ITVS produced FutureStates series.
Things are all coming together for the shoot, but there is still an open item . . . mine. I’m looking for people who want to be extras, people to populate our city of the future. We’re looking for people to fill out scenes shooting this coming Wednesday afternoon and night and this Saturday afternoon and night. We still need some kids, ages 6-13 for both days, as well as people ages 30-65. Both shoots are in SF. As a background actor you wouldn’t be required to say any lines or anything, but we’re hoping to feature many of the extras on camera and want to have some fun with ad-libbing.
If you or someone you know is interested and can commit to both days, please send me an e-mail at eviloars(at)yahoo(dot)(com) with your contact info as soon as possible and I’ll send you more information.
It will be a lot of fun. Movies are fun!