Casting company wants to hire ‘characters’ of Hope for feature film production

Freeman Casting looking to hire locals with character, deadline to apply is Sept. 3

It is a common saying that small towns are full of eccentric people.

Now, these ‘small town characters’ are being sought for a feature film production in the town of Hope.

Freeman Casting is holding an open casting call for “great small town people with lots of character” for a production which takes place Oct. 1 and 3. Applicants must be between the ages of 35 and 60, living in Hope, with their own transportation.

The production company is also looking for drivers with pick up trucks or old cars. The application is due Sept. 3 on freemancasting.com.

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