If you've ever wanted to be in a movie, there's an open casting call for the film “Country at Heart,” which is currently filming in the Nickel City.
Cast North is looking for background actors for scenes to be filmed in Greater Sudbury between today (Aug. 6) and Aug. 24. In particular, a large group is needed for a nighttime festival scene to be filmed Aug. 24.
The production is looking for background performers between the ages of 16 and 80, both males and females. Both union and non-union performers can apply.
Performers cannot have any visible hand or neck tattoos, facial piercings or unnatural hair colours. Minimal facial hair is fine, but no large bushy beards. The film is set in the fall, when it comes to wardrobe.
"No experience necessary. This is a paid opportunity."
Those interested should send a current photo with contact phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Available Dates.
CastNorth Productions received a $500,000 investment from the province to film the made-for-TV movie "Country at Heart" in the region, including in Sudbury and Powassan.
This is the film description provided to Sudbury.com: Struggling singer/songwriter Shayna Cook leaves Nashville for a break to go home to her small town of Silverado, where her rancher father, Judson, is prepping for a big harvest and music festival, right on their property. Shayna is surprised to meet Grady Parker, a talented songwriter who's had some success, and who's staying there to get some inspiration for his new album, and the two hit it off, both professionally and personally. But Shayna's relationship with Grady may be in jeopardy when his nemesis, country star Duke Sterling, whose greatest hit he allegedly stole from Grady, comes to the festival.