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Audition (Edmonton): “The Job Interview” Short Film – Silver Paw Productions/ NorQuest College

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Audition (Edmonton): “The Job Interview” Short Film – Silver Paw Productions/ NorQuest College

norquest_collegeWe are looking for actors to portray the following parts in video production.

The Job Interview
Cast of characters:

Sashi Chandra – female member of interview panel (South-Asian born; early 40s; HR professional; direct but diplomatic approach)

Bob Johnson – male member of interview panel (Canadian born; mid 50s (oldest member of panel); Manager Environmental Projects, direct report of team lead water resources; no-nonsense, get-er-done kind of guy))

Joseph Cardinal – male member of interview panel (Aboriginal born; early 40s); Manager Regulatory Compliance

Jun Li – female job applicant (Chinese born; mid-30s; recently married to a Canadian; Master’s degree in Biological Resources Engineering; Experience: 12 years tech in China and Canada, including 6 years team lead in China)

Abdul Hussein – male job applicant (Middle-Eastern born (Saudi? Syria? Egypt?); mid 30s; married; Master’s degree in Water Resources Engineering; Experience: 11 years tech in Dubai and Canada, including 7 years project manager in Dubai)

James Brooke – male job applicant (south of England born; early 50s; married; oldest applicant with most experience; Master’s in Civil Engineering from Oxford; MBA from London Business School; Experience: 28 years tech in Manchester, London and Canada, including 15 years manager in London and Geneva)

Louise Michaud – female job applicant (Canadian born; early 30s; single; youngest applicant with least formal education and experience; Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Engineering from UBC; Experience: 7 years tech in Vancouver, including 3 ½ years project manager in Fort McMurray)

Contact: Katherine Rankin at kath.rankin@shaw .ca. Auditions on Feb 11, 12 and 13 from 1:00 to 8:00 pm. If you miss the audition dates, arrangement can be made up to Feb 28.

Shoot scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays – March 1, 2, 8, 9, 22, 23, 29 and 30. We will likely use five of these possible days.

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