Volunteer Casting Call for Student Film – LA

Student Film

Job Position(s): Actors
Actor(s) Age Range (if applicable): See Post
Project Type: Short Film
Job Date: TBD
Compensation: Volunteer
Union Status: Non-Union



Two high school hockey players on a traveling team check into their motel for the night. Our best bro protagonists, Pat and Stew, have to face the homophobia that surfaces when they realize they must sleep in the same bed.

Story of bromance and homosexual boundaries

Teen comedy

Short film – 5 minutes

Light, fast-paced, send-up of toxic masculinity (or bro-ness)


18 to 22 years old, all ethnicities male. Can play a high school senior. Athletic with great hair. Stew is an athlete through and through, with alpha insecurities and a fear of being seen as gay… even by his best friend.


18 to 22 years old, all ethnicities male. Can play a high school senior. An unsuspecting athlete who has a softer side. More open-minded than his best mate Stewart. Pat enjoys poking fun at his friend for the discomfort of sleeping in the same bed. He has great hygiene.


50 to 65 years old, all ethnicities male. High school hockey coach who hasn’t been on the ice himself in at least a decade. He loves the sport of hockey as much as he loves being a wonderful father. He is encouraging and excited for the team to play in a traveling game.

Hi everyone! I am a USC Film Production student, and as classes have now moved to online, production courses have had to get creative. The final project we can no longer film, however, we are doing intensive pre-production work, including that of casting. That being said, I am looking for actors to send in self-tapes so we can use it as a means to learn the process of casting a short film. This project will unfortunately not be filmed, but if you want to practice your auditioning skills and self-tapes, this is a wonderful opportunity!

CONTACT INFORMATION: with your resume and if applicable, an actors reel. I will send you the sides to send over a self-tape!

Thanks! Looking forward to seeing some wonderful talent!

To apply for this job email your details to asbradsh@usc.edu

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