Production Title: Mitch Rapp - "OFF BOOK"
Compensation: Stipend Pay
Run/Shoot Dates: 10/29/2016 - 10/30/2016
A Mitch Rapp film form the novels of Vince Flynn - starring Hollywood actors Andy McDermott and Ayman Samman, directed by Paul Denigris and Written by Steve Briscoe. Fight and action choreography by Richard Ryan.
Film/Video: Short Film
Participation Fees: No
Crew Needed: No
Local male actors, martial artists, and/or stuntmen needed for "MITCH RAPP - OFF BOOK" - short film by professional filmmakers and Hollywood actors. If you are interested in becoming a stuntman, adding to your acting resume or you already have experience and want to be part of an exciting action film that will get a great deal of exposure, contact us.
We are currently scheduled to shoot at the end of the month October 29th and 30th - which means time is critical. Pay is $50 per stuntman per day (for one or two days) but will require 1 - 2 half days of NON-PAID rehearsal and training by me. If you are interested email.
Looking for males between the ages of 18 and 45 - athletic, prefer actors with stunt or martial arts experience but not absolutely necessary. Actors must be able to provide some basic wardrobe; i.e. black or camo tactical pants and black shirts. Other wardrobe and weapons etc., provided by company.
All chosen stuntmen will also receive a FREE one-year membership in the Arizona Combat Stunt Association plus free training for the film by martial arts master and movie fight choreographer Richard O. Ryan.
By Appointment: Email ONLY
Audition Dates and Times: TBD
Callback Dates and Times: TBD
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