CASTING FOR: Epic Hawaiian Mythology Concept Film

Format: Concept Film and Presentation Piece featuring high-end Visual Effects.

This is a high concept story about a Hawaiian family in modern times and how they are still being affected by the island’s history and the battles between the Gods in the ancient past.

This production is a passion project being produced by several locals, with Hollywood experience, whose credits include: 24, LOST, Spiderman and Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.

 

Callbacks/Audition times will be announced and shooting will begin later this month.

 

Please submit headshots/resume for the following rolls via email to: casting@L6creative.com

Extras/Background:

- Polynesian/Hawaiian Tribal Warriors – age: 18+

- Early Polynesian/Hawaiian settlers/villagers - all ages.

-1800’s Caucasian Soldiers/Businessmen – age: 20+

 

 

**Principal Casting for the following characters:**

 

Aolani/Kalani – 20’s Hawaiian/Islander. Kalani, our lead, is the reincarnation of Aolani, an ancient Hawaiian Chief. He is a muscular, tall, handsome, up-and-coming surf champion. Surfing/Canoeing/Waterman experience a big plus.

Kaleo – 20’s Hawaiian/Islander. Kaleo is Kalani’s mischievous younger brother. Like Kalani, he is also muscular, tall, and handsome. Surfing/Canoeing/Waterman experience a big plus.

Ila – 20’s beautiful Hawaiian/Islander. Older sister of Kalani and Kaleo. Sassy and full of spunk, Ila is a gorgeous award-winning Hula dancer, with a model physique and long jet-black hair.

Junior – Late 20’s/early 30’s - Hawaiian/Islander. Healthy big Hawaiian local and a Police officer. Likes Grandma’s cake. Older brother to Kalani, Kaleo and Ila; Junior has a big personality and is the natural leader of the family.

Freddy – Late teen-early 20’s - Hawaiian/Islander. Genius, child prodigy, scientific savant. Freddy is never far from a computer.

Taylor - 20’s – Freddy’s older sister.  Hawaiian/Islander, sexy and tan with an athletic build. Taylor is a smart outdoors girl and has a natural thirst for science and nature.

Grandma Malama – 50’s+ - Loving Hawaiian Grandmother and a gifted storyteller. She is a spiritual teacher    to the kids in her family and an unending wealth of cultural knowledge. She embodies the heart and spirit of her ancestors and strives to pass on her knowledge to her family and all those around her.

Young Aolani – 8-13 - Hawaiian/Islander. Looks like Aolani, only younger. Surfing/swimming a big plus.

Na-Maka – 20’s-30’s – The Stunningly Beautiful Hawaiian Goddess of Water. She is powerful and malevolent and uses her powers to cause chaos and is the one who ultimately casts the great Kapu upon the islands.

Pele – 20’s-30’s – The equally stunningly Beautiful Hawaiian Goddess of Fire and Volcanoes. She is the sister of Na-Maka and takes on a human form as well within our story.

Charlie/The Thurston’s – 20’s-30’s – Charlie, a rough and tumble Caucasian and the other various Thurston’s reincarnated throughout time. This is one twisted, mean dude. Charlie is the archrival of Kalani and Kaleo, and his bloodline is the ultimate villain in our story.

Blade - 20’s-30’s – Caucasian. Charlie’s sinister sidekick and fellow evildoer. He’s tough, dark and a disastrous troublemaker. Buzzed hair a plus.

Queen Lili’uokalani – 50’s – A historically accurate portrayal of the great Queen. She is loving, wise and larger than life. She commands attention and has a captivating presence.

David Kalakaua – 50’s - A historically accurate portrayal of the great King. He is strong, wise and determined to help his people. He too commands attention and has a captivating presence.

Pay rate will vary depending upon the part/role. Signatory Status to be determined. Currently accepting Union and Non-Union Submissions.

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Comment by Level 6 Creative on April 22, 2012 at 2:05pm

Thank you everyone for the submissions and messages. We'll be setting up auditions and contacting everyone in the next couple of weeks. We have had an overwhelming response and are extremely pleased with the submissions so far. Pass the word to anyone you know who may have missed this posting or our posting(s) on craigslist.

Mahalo,

Level6 Creative Casting

casting@L6creative.com

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Comment by Kili Sands on April 19, 2012 at 3:01pm

Howzit:)

I'm actually putting a pitch together here in LA.  The project "LHM" deals with pre-contact Hawai'i, BUT, I would be interested in staying in touch with any/all "Hawaiian Warriors" and 'extras' that fit the pre-contact image.  I also have in interest in contacting paddlers and clubs!

Comment by Jason Rawcliffe on April 17, 2012 at 4:53pm

I'm interested for sure. I sent my resume and head shot. My hair is pretty short as it is but I'm willing to buzz cut it for the part.

Comment by Alamoana Mulitauaopele on April 17, 2012 at 4:38pm

looks very promising, would love to be a part of it.

Comment by David Rohrs on April 16, 2012 at 11:34am
Im Charlie.. twisted an mean ..my wife thinks so
Comment by Cheyenne Hoku. Brown on April 15, 2012 at 12:03am

Please put a lot of time and effort to find someone worthy of playing the Queen. She will be hard to cast for. That is not a role, or woman to take lightly. She is the most important woman in Hawai`i. Please do her justice. Mahalo.

Comment by Pamela Lara on April 14, 2012 at 7:33pm

IM VERY INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CAST IN THIS FILM I WOULD LOVE TO PLAY  Pele – 20’s-30’s – The equally stunningly Beautiful Hawaiian Goddess of Fire and Volcanoes. She is the sister of Na-Maka and takes on a human form as well within our story. IVE BEEN AN EXTRA ON SEASON 1-2 OF HAWAII FIVE-O SO I UNDERSTAND COMMITMENT.

Comment by WILLIE GRACE on April 14, 2012 at 4:52pm
I would like to see if there is a chance to be a part of this Film! I have cut my hair and will send in some new head shots soon! Aloha Willie Grace
Comment by Michael (Mike) De Silva on April 13, 2012 at 1:50pm

I am definitely interested. Just emailed my cv and head shot. My web is www.mikedesilva.com and imdb is www.imdb.me/mikedesilva

Comment by vincent a betts on April 13, 2012 at 1:03pm

i havent done enough to have a resume ….

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