"Aloha! My name is Jess Bryden. For the past decade I have worked in Los Angeles as an editor, director and visual effects supervisor on countless films and television productions. I moved to Oahu last year to pursue writing and directing a feature…"
Aloha! My name is Jess Bryden. For the past decade I have worked in Los Angeles as an editor, director and visual effects supervisor on countless films and television productions. I moved to Oahu last year to pursue writing and directing a feature film called “Spirit of Fire”. I am shooting a low-budget trailer and several complete scenes to help facilitate the sale of the film, after which time I will be returning here to film the complete feature.
(Note: This is a paid gig.)
I am holding auditions on Monday from 9AM to 5PM at the YMCA in Honolulu at the following address:
1441 Pali Highway Honolulu, 96813
The film shoot is scheduled for August 10th-14th.
I would be honored if you would come and read for the part of:
Gualtiero Monagas – (45-65, Male) The leader of a gang of guerilla fighters called SerpienteOscura. He is ruthless and cutthroat in his leadership and his army of guerillas is staging a coup d'état. Monagas is cold and calculating in his tactics, but a charmer around his troops. In the war he has become a symbol of the people, standing up against the tyrannical dictatorship of Cervantes, the president. Monagas is a warrior at heart and grew up in the jungles. He views the city and the war as just another jungle to conquer.
A 3.8 magnitude earthquake hit the west side of the Big Island this morning at 8:27 am: Filed under: Announcements, Big Island, Earthquakes, Environment, Hawaii, Kona Tagged: 3.8 Magnitude Earthquake, Honalo
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