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AUSTIN

8/16/2019 |  Representation  | Union/Non-Union |  Pay
VOICE-OVER TALENT: Male or Female | Any Ethnicity | Age: 18 - 75
Represented talent will possibly work voice over projects for film and television. Please indicate voice over work in your resume. If possible please provide audio reel of previous work. Please do not call or visit the agency. You will be notified if there is an interest.


NEW YORK

7/26/2019 |  Short Film  | SAG-AFTRA/Non-Union |  No Pay
DAVID: Male | Any Ethnicity | Age: 30 - 40 | Role Type: Supporting
The former friend colleague Urania turns to in her desperation to resolve her paralysis over whether or not she should file her story about the immigrant detention center. He is also a reporter, but for a less prestigious publication simply known as the "Herald." He openly admires Urania's career success and there are indications he may be romantically attracted to her. But as Urania gradually divulges her story, he becomes increasingly skeptical, both because he feels she's acting strangely and also because her story seems too far-fetched or perhaps too terrible for him to accept in spite of his high regard for her. In any case, he genuinely cares about Urania as a friend and becomes increasingly concerned about her mental state and general well being.

ICE AGENT 1: Male | Caucasian, | Age: 30 - 40 | Role Type: U5
A tall menacing, young, middle-aged white guy. It's not firmly established that he's ICE, but it's suggested by his stalking behavior and the fact that he wears a partially visible badge. At first he pretends to be a normal guy just asking directions, but it soon becomes clear he knows who Urania is and that she gained illicit access to a US government facility for undocumented immigrants, and he threatens her in a subtle but chilling manner.

ICE AGENT 2: Male | Caucasian, | Age: 30 - 35 | Role Type: U5
A menacing, young white guy. It's not firmly established that he's ICE, but it's suggested by his stalking behavior and the fact that he wears a partially visible badge. At first he pretends to be a normal guy just asking directions, but it soon becomes clear he knows who Urania is and that she gained illicit access to a US government facility for undocumented immigrants, and he threatens her in a subtle but chilling manner.

URANIA: Female | Any Ethnicity | Age: 30 - 40 | Role Type: Leading
Urania is an intrepid young female reporter who surreptitiously gains access to a US government-run detention center for undocumented immigrants and sees something she was not supposed to see. After barely getting out with her life, she is pushed to the brink of trauma breakdown by what she has witnessed and the death threats intimidation that follow, but somehow she must find a way to take back her life and summon the courage to do what is right in the face of unfathomable evil.

MELINDA: Female | Any Ethnicity | Age: 42 - 52 | Role Type: Supporting
Mostly voice-over (may not physically appear in film), A middle-aged professional woman, Urania's idealistic & demanding editor at the NY Times makes it clear that she expects her protege to abide by the highest standards of journalism & ethics and has complete faith in her. In a separate voice mail, Melinda wonders whether Urania will meet the deadline for filing her story & expresses concern for her well being.

BARTENDER: Male | Caucasian, | Age: 50 - 60 | Role Type: Supporting
A sullen, mysterious, middle-aged guy who works at a dive bar in a working class neighborhood in NYC. He has a fixation on Urania and cannot help but stare at her, perhaps because he has the hots for her and wants to get it on, or for a much more sinister reason. He also has a run-in with David, whom he seems to resent for simply being with Urania. His intent is open to interpretation, but at the very least he provides a dark, menacing background presence while Urania divulges her troubling story to David.