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Project Title

SATURDAYS (Re-Release) (Casting Director: Leah Daniels-Butler)


Role Name

PARIS


Role Description

[PARIS JOHNSON] is a Black 12 year-old girl with twist braids and a printed tee that reads "How I Roll," Paris is a ball of energy - a girl who loves to skate - and she's really good. Nothing makes her happier than spending time with her besties, the We-B-Girlz Skate Crew, at Saturday's Rockin' Roller Palace - a place where only the best of the best rollers in LA skate. Smart, athletic, enthusiastic, confident and adorable, Paris is unstoppable - but tends to do too much. She’s what some would describe as endearingly “extra”. Born with Sickle Cell Anemia, she has an "episode" and faints at the rink on her 12th birthday. Her mom and dad insist that she slow down - but Paris just wants to be treated like any other kid. Paris is a very special person - she's a force of nature. Even though it's hard at times, she's passionate and strong. She's not going to let anything stop her from living life to the fullest...SERIES REGULAR "ABILITY TO ROLLER SKATE A PLUS"(1)ASP


Instructions

PLEASE READ SELF TAPE AUDITION INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY

1. HOW TO SEND US YOUR AUDITION

- Please upload audition clips to ECO-CAST

2. HOW TO TAPE AUDITION

- Upload ONE take, per scene only
- A SLATE IS MANDATORY! Must include FULL NAME, AGE (if you are under 18yo), HEIGHT, HOMEBASE, LEVEL OF SKATING EXPERIENCE and FULL BODY SHOT (not a pan from head to toe)
- Only slate ONE TIME (you do not need to slate before each scene/clip)
- Please post the scenes as individual clips
- If you have trouble uploading please call Breakdown Services at 310-276-9166

3. TIPS

- PLEASE TAPE INDOORS AGAINST A PLAIN WALL/ BACKGROUND
- DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE CAMERA
- FRAME: Please make sure that when taping the actual audition scenes, you are framed tight – just above the top of the head to the mid chest
- WALL: Find a quiet room with no background noise. The wall behind you should ideally be white, grey, blue and plain. Try to position yourself a few feet away from the wall to avoid shadows (Don’t film in front of a window)
- LIGHT: Make sure the main light source comes from behind the camera since you want the viewer to be able to see your face clearly.
- CAMERA: Your camera should sit on a tripod to maintain a steady image. If you don’t have a tripod put your camera on a stable surface or have someone hold it steadily
- READER: Please have the person reading the other lines in the scene with you stand next to the camera and out of the shot

PLEASE WATCH YOUR VIDEO BEFORE UPLOADING. IF YOU CANNOT SEE OR HEAR YOURSELF VERY WELL, WE WON’T BE ABLE TO EITHER.

Thank you!


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