My name is William K. Malina, I am the President and Founder of DADDS (Dads Against Doing Drugs). I'm contacting you to find out if you would be willing to audition for a part in our drama called ParadICE "Melting…"
"Mahalo Dallas, for your kind offer; I’m on the Big Island until Apr 10th and before the Legislature on the 12th so any time after that I’m available for the non-speaking part. Let me know if I can be of assistance. Clifford"
"Hi Clifford Philip Kapono,
I am a film student at the University of Hawaii and we are trying to find someone who looks like our protagonists father. As the father you will be seen in the film playing with the protagonist as a kid in a park during…"
My name is William K. Malina, I am the President and Founder of DADDS (Dads Against Doing Drugs). I'm contacting you to find out if you would be willing to audition for a part in our drama called ParadICE "Melting Away The Family Structure". The role to be audition is Dad. He has a loving and compassionate side towards those he loves, but also a stern to the point of a Father, especially towards his son whose life has gone down a troubled path.
Polynesian, Local Caucasian, Asian, Portuguese Male with the look of a portrayable ages between ages 50–60.
I am a film student at the University of Hawaii and we are trying to find someone who looks like our protagonists father. As the father you will be seen in the film playing with the protagonist as a kid in a park during several flashback/montage scenes. The role of the father has no lines, but it is essential that we get someone who has kind eyes, and could look like the father of our protagonist. We would only need you to come in for one day this Friday, April 9th sometime in the morning. We have no budget for actors since this is a student film, but we will compensate you for your time with food and a copy of your work. Let me know if you are interested, or have any questions. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (808) 295-3966
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