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Movie production searching for extras

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Dec 17, 2013 - 3:42 PM |
Darius – Intruders Productions Inc. is shooting a feature-length thriller in Sudbury and is looking for 40 young adults from all backgrounds to splash around in an indoor pool party scene. File photo.

Darius – Intruders Productions Inc. is shooting a feature-length thriller in Sudbury and is looking for 40 young adults from all backgrounds to splash around in an indoor pool party scene. File photo.

Are you a young adult between the ages of 18 and 25? Are you available during the week of Feb. 3?

Darius – Intruders Productions Inc. is shooting a feature-length thriller in Sudbury and is looking for 40 young adults from all backgrounds to splash around in an indoor pool party scene.

Open auditions will be held Dec. 18 between 5:30 and 8:00 p.m. at the Quality Inn in downtown Sudbury, located at 390 Elgin St.

Director Adam Massey will be selecting appropriate individuals to be in an integral scene of his film “The Intruders”.

Interested individuals are asked to show up with their favourite swimwear so they may audition as they will be seen on screen.

“The Intruders” is about a girl who has just arrived in Chicago when strange things start happening inside her new home – which may or may not be haunted. The lead actress of the film is a well-known young TV celebrity.

"The Intruders" will be the first film shot in Sudbury in 2014.

Sudbury has been growing as a hub for filmmaking over the last few years thanks to the NOHFC and their various training programs geared to create jobs and employment in Northern Ontario for aspiring film professionals.

Auditioning to become a background performer is one way that you can become involved in Northern Ontario’s growing film business, as well as a good way to become familiar with how a film set functions, or if filmmaking or acting is something that you would like to pursue, a press release said.

Anyone interested in becoming a film extra on this project or in the future is encouraged to email [email protected].

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