MOVIE-makers behind some of the world’s biggest movies will be in Letterkenny this weekend – looking for their next star.Nick McGinley worked on the casting for The Guard – and his director Paki Smith has worked on the Batman movies.Auditions for a young boy performer take place at the Mount Errigal Hotel this Saturday between 10am and 5pm. Nick told Donegal Daily: “We’re holding Open Auditions for a Boy aged 8-11 for a feature film this Saturday October 27th 10am-5pm at the Mount Errigal.“I cast the little boy in The Guard through auditions like this in Galway and the director Paki Smith has worked as Set Decorator on the Batman films and Production Designer on Eamon and 32A. We’ve held auditions in Dublin, Galway and Cork for this film and the part as written is that of a Donegal boy.“Auditions are for a part in a feature film A Long Way Home (Samson Films, Director Paki Smith) Acting experience is an advantage, but not essential. We’d love it if your readers could see this and help us find a new star for the big screen.”If you are interested, contact Casting Director Nick McGinley for appointment and sides (the 2 scenes we’ll be playing out on the day)firstname.lastname@example.orgMobile: 086-8239035 AUDITIONS IN LETTERKENNY FOR CHANCE TO STAR IN HOLLYWOOD MOVIE was last modified: October 23rd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AUDITIONS IN LETTERKENNY FOR CHANCE TO STAR IN HOLLYWOOD MOVIE
Disconcerted by the treatment meted out to them by the Taj Hotel staff in Chandigarh, the five national selectors led by K Srikkanth have decided to give the India-Sri Lanka final in Mumbai a miss.Booked at the Taj to witness the high-voltage India-Pakistan clash live at the PCA Stadium on Wednesday, the five national selectors would have been expected to be a part of Team India’s celebration when they left Shahid Afridi’s team shattered.But contrary to initial plans, they were taken aback when they found that their booking at the hotel – supposed to have a tie-up with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) – had been cancelled and ICC officials had been given the rooms allocated to the selectors.Hurt by the BCCI’s refusal to look into the matter and provide them with accommodation, they immediately left for their respective homes.According to a Punjab Cricket Association official, the incident took place as there was a feud between BCCI and ICC over hotel bookings.Paid employees of the BCCI, the selectors are more often than not made to make their own arrangements when it comes to accommodations etc.But being refused accommodation even after booking their rooms well in advance seemed to be too much for them to take.As a result, the selectors have decided to stay away from the final of the ICC World Cup.While chairman of selectors Srikkanth refused to answer calls and reply to messages sent, a hurt Yashpal Sharma, representing North Zone, said that it was for Srikkanth to talk on the matter.advertisement”We are strictly barred from speaking to the media and it is for the chairman of selectors to speak on the issue. All I can say is that we are not going to Mumbai at the moment,” Sharma told MAIL TODAY over phone on Thursday.