APOSTROPHATE ME, a new American film, written by musician, composer, and conductor Colin O'Donohoe, in association with Robin Shou and Alan Roy Scott, is shooting in Ireland this summer, and is seeking Irish actors.
The filmmakers are seeking a core group of six actors aged from 20 to 25 (three male, three female ) as well as supporting actors who are older. The production includes one American actor who will travel to Ireland along with one of the executive producers, and writer, of the film to work with an Irish director. The film is a mix of Purple Rain, Clerks, and The Breakfast Club.
Those interested in auditioning should email [email protected] and include a headshot (or recent photo, but not a selfie ) and links to any previous acting experience, along with a request for the script.