Call For: Junior Producer / Assistant


Windmill Lane Pictures are recruiting for a Junior Producer / Assistant to join their busy commercials production team.

The ideal candidate should have minimum of either a third level qualification in media production or 1 – 2 years experience working in Post, with knowledge of the Post Production workflow. This is a contract position for 9 months.

Apply Now / Email: recruit @

Deadline: 15th July 2015


Call For: Extras for ‘Ripper Street’




The Gresham Hotel, O’Connell St, Dublin 2

Friday 19th 9:30am to 7:30pm; & Saturday June 20th 10am – 5.30pm, Ireland’s leading Extras agency will hold their annual open casting weekend on June 19th & 20th at The Gresham Hotel. The company are on board for the next season’s of Ripper Street, which begins filming in July until early 2016. This production alongside other TV programmes, films and adverts, will create thousands of opportunities for members.


For Ripper Street, they are looking for:.

– Males with at least 2 inches of hair on their head and none of their head shaved.
– Males with beards.
– Females with natural long hair
– Females sized 6 and 8 ( due to the petite frames in The Ripper Street era)


Currently are also working with high profile productions including RTE’s historical 1916 drama Rebellion starring Brian Gleeson, Charlie Murphy and Sarah Greene, Horror movie A Dark Song, International Children’s series Little Grey Fergie and a yet untitled movie set in Washington among many others. members are currently used as extras and special extras in Ireland’s longest running soap Fair City, where an average 500,000 viewers tune in each day and they also appear in Ireland’s newest soap Red Rock.

All are welcome to attend the open casting weekend. The cost for an individual one year membership is €99.95 and for a special family package is €299.95 (for up to 6 members) and includes 2 professional photographs and training. There are reductions for pre paying for the shoot at


Those who are unable to attend the Open Casting Weekend can register online at






Call For: Production Hands and Artists


Giant Animation are currently hiring production hands and artists. They are looking for a full time Production Coordinator, 4 Pre-Vis artists and 1 3d Studio Max Rigger. Please see below for descriptions and apply with your C.V. and showreel to ‘’. When applying put the job title in the subject line.

Production Coordinator
Experience Required: 1+ years


  • Provide production support to the animation team.
  • Maintain development schedules, tracking of tasks and progress.
  • Work with development teams to estimate scope of project work.
  • Pursue objectives and deliverables.
  • Help manage the flow of assets and information between disciplines and team members.
  • Identify and resolve production issues.
  • Prepare production reports.
  • Ensure meetings are properly documented and actioned.
  • Describe bugs and problems clearly and concisely.
  • Assign and track tasks using our in-house project tracking tools.
  • Work with development teams to help prioritize tasks.
  • Assist development teams in identifying and resolving issues preventing progress.


  • Effective and self-motivated communicator with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Have a genuine enthusiasm for making and playing all types of video games.
  • Have strong time management skills with the ability to focus and prioritize in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Be a collaborative and dynamic team-player who is able to work with many different types of personalities.
  • Ability to work autonomously, and manage and prioritize their own work load.
  • Ability to communicate and comprehend technical information in both written and oral form.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Project, Excel, Perforce and project/bug tracking applications is desirable


3DS Max Rigger
Experience Required:
2+ years


  • Design, create, test and maintain character and prop rigs / setups.
  • Work with modellers to create a model that meets technical needs.
  • Collaborate with animators to design motion controls.
  • Develop new techniques and processes to solve character production challenges.
  • Capable of writing pipeline tools to streamline the setup process.
  • Work with production management to prioritize production tasks.
  • Good Communication skills and ability to work interactively with production and other departments to solve production challenges.
  • Ability to rig characters / objects in a realistic or cartoon manner


  • In depth knowledge of 3DS Max is essential, preferably with 2 years industry experience.
  • Strong understanding of human and creature anatomy and locomotion.
  • Good understanding of MaxScript
Experience with setting up rigging pipelines while being able to follow guidelines.
  • The ability to show initiative, working both by themselves and in a team.

Bonus skills:

  • Unity
  • Rigging for game pipelines


3D Studio Max Layout / Pre-Viz Artist
Experience Required: 2+ years


  • Establish the staging, camera placement, and camera moves for each shot.
  • Establish rough character placement and posing for each shot.
  • Assess 2D storyboards / animatics and translate them in to 3DS Max files that are compatible with all subsequent parts of the pipeline.
  • Work with Modelling and 3D FX departments to help create work that looks best on screen and solve any production challenges that may arise.
  • Collaborate with Editors to establish the timing of all aspects of each project.
  • Collaborate with animators to adapt cameras that need further enhancing during production.
  • Work with production management to prioritize production tasks.
  • Good Communication skills and ability to work interactively with production and other departments to solve production challenges.
  • Establish a solid infrastructure for X-reffing background models.


  • In depth knowledge of 3DS Max is essential, preferably with 2 years industry experience.
  • Strong understanding of the principles of cinematic staging, blocking, camera work and continuity.
  • Experience with Layout pipelines while being able to follow guidelines.
  • The ability to show initiative, working both by themselves and in a team.

Bonus skills:

  • Experience as an animator
  • Experence with live-action film-making camera work.
  • Good communication skill and ability to work interactively with production and other departments to solve production challenges.
  • Ability to rig characters/objects in a realistic or cartoon manner.

Call For: Crew



Large-scale television production is looking to recruit trainees who are available to work from July 2015 to December 2015. For the following positions:

Video Assist Trainee

Dimmer Op/Lighting Desk Trainee

Art Department Trainee (Office Based)

Grip Trainee

Sound Trainee

Continuity Trainee

Prop Making Trainee

To apply email your current CV and monitoring form with your full contact details and the contact details of two referees to, with the job title that you are applying for in the subject line. Your CV should clearly demonstrate:

Some of these positions may require the successful candidate to drive, please state clearly on your application if you hold a valid driving license and have access to your own vehicle. Please note that this is not necessary for all positions.

The deadline for receipt of applications is 4pm, Wednesday 17st June 2015, applications received after this deadline will not be considered.


Call For: Presenter



iDare Media Group are are looking for people who have an interest in standing in front of the camera and sharing your views of the world with the world.

They are looking for unique, opinionated, confident and somewhat eccentric individuals who are not afraid to say it as it is that wouldn’t normally be seen on television. Strong regional accents, quirky fashion sense all welcome. You can be big, small, short or tall, it doesn’t matter as long as you’re interesting. Must be between 18-25 years of age.

The only requirement is you can convey your interests, no matter how bizarre those interests are.

What do you need to do?

Record yourself for 60 seconds on your phone, tablet or camcorder. Tell  your name, age and contact details and what you’re passionate about. Also say what irritates you about the country we live in. Remember, you only have 60 seconds, so keep it brief.

Once you’re happy with your video, upload it onto youtube or vimeo a link and email it to  with the subject ref: Presenter your name and DOB Contact number

Once all videos have been reviewed, a member of the iDare team will contact the shortlisted candidates for a chat. Unfortunately, due to the volumes of videos submitted, iDare will only be able to respond to the successful candidates.


Deadline 3rd July 2015.




Call For: Technical Officer @ UCC


Film and Screen Media, UCC, wishes to appoint a Technical Officer

UCC wishes to appoint an experienced technician to the above role. The successful candidate will be expected to oversee, maintain and restore all hardware and software of the Discipline’s video and sound equipment, Mac computer student lab, and individual computers provided for staff and students; provide technical support to both students and staff in the use of all the equipment; assist, support and facilitate lecturing staff in the delivery of practice-based film and screen media teaching; demonstrate the use of all equipment to students and supervise practical work/projects; develop the Discipline’s online presence and oversee its website and audiovisual channels.

Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process.

For informal discussion on the above post, contact Dr Gwenda Young, Co-Director of Film and Screen Media, e-mail uccfilmstudies @

To Apply:

Salary scale [new entrants]: 37,773 – 47,307 pro rata. The scale quoted is subject to change. In all instances the successful appointment will be at the first point of the scale.

Candidates should apply, in confidence, before 5pm on Thursday 18th June 2015 by emailing a completed application form to recruitment @

No late applications will be accepted.

Apply Now / Email: recruitment @


Call For: Staff Producer



Indee Productions Ltd is now recruiting for a Producer to join its expanding team.  The company creates high quality content for television, film and digital platforms.  O

For further information or to apply in writing, with C.V.  please email Alison Auld at Indee Productions:alison @

Closing date is 10th June 2015. Salary negotiable, depending on experience

Apply Now / Email: alison @

Deadline: 10th June


Call For: Intern for TV3’s Xposé


Xposé is broadcast daily throughout the year and are currently looking for an intern to join Xposé for a period of no less than 6 months (this is an unpaid internship). You will be working in a fast paced environment to tight deadlines and will gain many of the skills required to work on TV show. The show focuses on entertaining its audience with celebrity interviews, and fashion segments that reflect the viewers’ interests and needs.

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, highly organised, creative and have excellent attention to detail.

Candidates should be interested in media and hold a relevant qualification.

To apply please email your CV along with a covering letter (setting out why you are most suitable for this position) to Send Message to arrive no later than Tuesday 9th June 2015.

Apply Now / Email: denise.murphy @

Deadline: 9th June 2015


Call For: Sound Technician


Sound Technician required for short film to be shot on location in Dublin between the 25th and 30th of May 2015.
We Have Each Other is written and directed by Naomi Sheridan (In America).
Expenses covered.


For further info, contact: Roisin Kearney at


Call For: Crew



Feature film Lift taring Gerard McSorley starts filming in June/ July and is looking for the following crew members:

production designer, production co-ordinator, key makeup, sound recordist and boom operator, script supervisor, trainee A.D.


If interested please email Lift is a profit share production.

Call For: Producer/ 1st AD Wanted


Director Carla Maria Tighe is looking for Producer/ 1st AD for her short film Button Holes, written by Cathy Butler and hoping to shoot in August.

The script was one of the 5 runners-up in the Galway Film Centre Short Film Award, 2014. It’s the story of a mother and daughter who are brought together, divided, and ultimately brought together again (sort of) by an usually simple activity; collecting Buttons. It is lighthearted, colourful and whimsical but also poignant, telling the tale of the mother/child relationship and the little activities we pass down the generations.

Carla is looking for a Producer. Jane McGrath (Red Rock, Game of Thrones) has a strong interest in the main role and she will be available at that time. the role involves  admin, paperwork and the organising, including a small crowdfunding campaign – expenses and accommodation will be provided.

The job involves

-Assisting with a small Crowdfunding campaign,
-Finding locations,
-Assisting with sourcing equipment, crew, accommodation, casting
-Sourcing catering, accommodation, props
-Scheduling the shoot (3 days)

Email to


Call For: VFX Staff


Yellowmoon is expanding its picture-finishing department and is currently hiring VFX personnel to work on high-end television drama and feature film projects.

The first position is a five-month contract, starting June 2015, and is open to compositors who have at least two years experience with Nuke. The role will initially concentrate on compositing and clean ups but could progress rapidly into other areas depending on the applicant’s experience and ambition.


The second position is a trainee post, jointly funded by Northern Ireland Screen, and is open to anyone who is determined to have a career in the VFX industry. The successful candidate will be placed on a contract from June 2015 – March 2016, (minimum wage) with a view to fulltime employment and will have the opportunity to work on the highest profile projects that post in Northern Ireland. A willingness to learn and self-motivation are crucial to this position and some previous experience with compositing packages would be very beneficial but not essential. For full information including, guidelines and application form, please click here

Please send your C.V along with a cover letter and any reel that may be available to

Deadline for applications is 12.00hrs Friday 8th May 2015 and interviews will take place w/c 18th May 2015.


Successful applicants will be called for interview no later than May 15th


Call For: Flash Animators for Zig and Zag


JAM Media Belfast is looking for Flash Animators for its co-production Zig and Zag (26×11). Animation crew runs from May until September. JAM Media Belfast has several other projects starting this year. Successful applicants will be required to work in the Belfast Studio.

To apply, please email your current CV along with your full contact details and the contact details of two industry referees to by Tuesday, 12th May 2015.


Call For: Audio Visual/Event Technician


Production People are currently seeking to expand their pool of Audio Visual/Event Technician for future full time positions and freelance work.

Individuals will require a minimum of two years AV experience working on live events. A high standard of AV and video knowledge together with excellent problem-solving and customer facing skills are essential.

Key Accountabilities

To work with internal teams using bespoke systems
Provide full production support for events and production
Manager Camera, Sound, Lighting and Vision Mixing equipment
Film interviews, skits, talks, events and other material
Help ensure top audio/visual quality of presentations
To schedule and co-ordinate events on a daily basis
To meet with internal or external personnel to plan and review event deliverables
Actively maintain the event production space and hardware
Fix/replace/upgrade hardware where relevant

General skills
Stong and all-round AV engineering skils
Good knowledge of video, audio, lighting and IT
Excellent communication skills
Organised and presentable
Able to adopt flexible working hours

Please email cvs to info @
Apply Now / Email: info @

Deadline: 2015-05-04


Call For: UCC Film Artist in Residence



1 September 2015 – 31 August 2016


Applications are invited from film artists of distinction for the above role, jointly funded by the Arts Council and University College Cork, in association with the Cork Film Festival.


The Film Artist in Residence is designed to provide a screenwriter with a unique opportunity to develop his/ her practice in a university environment while offering students the opportunity to engage with a practising artist in a meaningful way during the course of their studies.


The appointment of Film Artist in Residence is for one year and the successful applicant will be paid a fee of €20,000. S/he will offer five contact hours per week in the form of screenwriting workshops, lectures and individual student consultations over two semesters, and will enjoy uninterrupted time to advance his/her own work during the university vacations. The Cork Film Festival will host a dedicated public event with the Film Artist in Residence at the festival in November 2015.


Please apply by letter or email outlining your suitability for the role, on or by 1st May, including a C.V. with details of screenwriting experience. Applicants must have a screenwriting credit on a feature film that has been produced.


Informal enquiries about the post may be made to Dr Gwenda Young, UCC ( Interviews will be held in Cork on 26th May.


Please send applications to


Call For: Digital Media / VT Operator


Illustration:Adeline Pericart

Windmill Lane Pictures are seeking an experienced Digital Media  / VT  Operator to join their Digital Media and VT department. The ideal candidate should have a minimum of four years experience within the post production industry.

Required Skills:

  • An in-depth knowledge of various non-linear editing systems including Avid, FCP and Premiere Pro as well as familiarity with Photoshop and DVD Studio.
  • Possess a comprehensive knowledge of common file formats. Dispatching digital media across a range of online platforms is an everyday task.
  • Familiarity with file based workflows from initial acquisition to final broadcast and DPP delivery requirements.
  • A basic understanding of cinema deliverables and the creation of DCPs would be a distinct advantage.
  • The ability to coherently advise clients on broadcast and cinema technologies.
  • Pay meticulous attention to detail to ensure the highest standards of quality control while adhering to broadcaster’s detailed specifications
  • Computer literacy and a technical aptitude is essential as the role necessitates a methodical approach to troubleshooting both hardware and software issues.
  • An understanding of XMLs and use of metadata
  • A thorough knowledge of VT broadcast formats
  • Excellent attention to detail

Applications including detailed CV strictly by email only to recruit @

All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
Apply Now / Email: recruit @

Deadline: 3rd April 2015


Call For: Mum & Kids for Commercial


Illustration: Adeline Pericart

CASTING CALL- MUMS and KIDS aged 5,6,7,8,9 or 10

Louise Kiely Casting is casting a commercial and looking for a mum and her kids aged between 5 and 10.

For this TV commercial our family will be hanging out with each other having a picnic on the beach. They may even have their dog with them so please let Louise Kiely Casting know if you have a dog as well.


Casting is FRIDAY 3rd & TUESDAY 7th APRIL

Send  on a recent Photo of you all, along with a word document containing full contact details (Name, Address, Phone, email, DOB for each member) to

Please put MUM & KIDS in the subject line.

This is a fully paid job if cast. No acting experience required.

Places are limited and not guaranteed.


Call For: Male Singers 40+ for Commercial


Illustration: Adeline Pericart

Louise Kiely Casting are casting a commercial and looking for male singers of any type aged 40+

They are looking for Operatic, Pop, Musical Theatre or any other kind of singers for a new commercial.

Casting is Wednesday 1st April so send on a video of you singing and include a word document with details of your singing experience (or none) along with all your contact details (Name, Address, Phone, email, DOB) to as soon as you can.

Videos can be emailed to sent via and only need to be 1 minute long max

Please put SINGER in the subject line.

This is a fully paid job if cast.

Places are limited and not guaranteed.


Call For: Extras for ‘Vikings’

Callfor-Final154-150x150Illustration: Adeline Pericart

There will be 3 x Extras Open Casting days in 2015 – 2 days will be held in Dublin and 1 day will be held in Wicklow..



FILMBASE, Curved St, Temple Bar, D2

Tuesday 31st March 2015 between 9.30am -4.30pm

Wednesday 1st April 2015 between 9.30am – 5pm


The Grand Hotel, Abbey St, Wicklow Town

Tuesday, 7th April between 10am – 6pm

Check out the Vikings Extras Facebook page for more information


Call For: Crew for TV Series


Illustration: Adeline Pericart

TV series shooting in Northern Ireland requires the following:

Executive Producer’s Assistant
Director’s Assistant
Art Department Coordinator

To apply please email your current CV and monitoring form (above) to 

Please ensure that you provide your full contact details and the contact details of two industry referees.

Please reply with job title that you wish to apply for in the subject line by Friday 3rd April 2015.

Please note: Successful applicants will be invited for interview by Friday 10th April 2015. If you have not been invited for interview by this date your application has not been successful.


Call For: QC/Quality Control at Irish TV


Irish TV are seeking QC/Quality Control – Experience Required

Person should have excellent technical ability, awareness of broadcast requirements, in-depth knowledge of Final Cut, Adobe Premiere Pro, other video encoding software and understand the different types of video codecs.

Candidate must have excellent attention to detail. They should preferably have an awareness of BAI and Ofcom broadcaster regulations – training is available for the right candidate.

Candidate must be familiar working with:

  • Adobe Premiere pro or FCP7
  • Interlaced broadcast monitor
  • PPM meter
  • Black Magic Ultrastudio express

Contact info @ with CV and Cover Letter.
Apply Now

Deadline: 27th February


Call For: Broadcast Scheduler for Irish TV


Irish TV is looking for a Broadcast Scheduler.

This role will be based in the head office in Westport, Co. Mayo.

Reporting to: Director of Programme Planning and Scheduling

Purpose of Job: To work as part of the broadcasting team within the Scheduling Department.

Main Duties:

  • To build and update the planning schedule, prepare and print weekly and quarterly schedules.
  • To prepare the Irish TV Schedule for press confirmation and associated reports as required
  • To oversee the creation of the Irish TV transmission schedules.
  • To liaise with other departments as required.
  • To return music reports to the relevant collection societies.
  • To maintain and update programme libraries and reports.
  • To provide local independent /in- house producers with programme details.
  • To maintain suitable standby lists for emergency transmission use.
  • To arrange playouts and programme delivery as required to meet transmission needs.
  • To maintain a working knowledge of local programme contracts.
  • To have a good understanding of the regulatory body codes and requirements.
  • To provide daily scheduling updates and contribute to discussions re scheduling problems and suggest solutions/options for improvement.
  • To carry out any other reasonable duties requested by management.

Experience and Education Requirements

  • Degree educated or equivalent
  • Experience of working with a broadcast scheduling system essential
  • Excellent knowledge of broadcast environment and processes
  • Able to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Able to work unsupervised and use initiative
  • Able to work with people at all levels within the business

Apply Now / Email: info @

Deadline: 28th February


Call For: Transmission Assistant for TV3


There is an immediate opening for a Transmission Assistant in the Operations Department of TV3.

The following is a summary of the primary functions, duties and responsibilities of the job, which is on a shift basis, and does not outline all of the duties and responsibilities for this position:

  • Check that all programmes for the next week are on server and reviewed.
  • Check and load commercial/promotional material to TV3’s library server.
  • Cover Shifts for Transmission Editors.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • An interest in Broadcast television operations.
  • A basic knowledge of presentation and its role in broadcasting.
  • Accuracy and attention to detail.

Interested applicants should email their CV including a covering letter outlining why they are suitable to denise.murphy @ no later than Friday 27th February 2015.

Please ensure you have “Transmission Assistant” in the subject line of your email.

TV3 is an equal opportunities employer.
Apply Now / Email: denise.murphy @

Deadline: 27th February


Call For: Executive Assistant for Cork Film Festival


Cork Film Festival is recruiting an Executive Assistant.

Duties include assisting Creative Director and Festival Manager at Cork Film Festival. Confident and good communication skills an advantage, and computer literate an necessity. This is a developmental opportunity, no experience is necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.

Please note this is a CE Scheme position. Please ensure you are eligible for the scheme before you apply by contacting your local DSP Employment Services/Intreo Office to check your eligibility. This position has an immediate start, and is 19.5 hours per week.

Please send your CV to with the subject line ‘Executive Assistant’.

The closing date for applications is 4 March 2015. Interviews will be held the following week.


Call For: Production Manager


Boulder Media are looking for an organised and highly motivated Production Manager to oversee a team of 40+ on an exciting and fast paced project.

The ideal candidate will have all the characteristics and skills detailed below and at least 2 – 3yrs experience in a Production Management role.

  • You will be required to deal with the LA pre-production studio ensuring that all episodic shipments are complete and ready for core production
  • Communicate clearly and regularly with the Producers and Directors at Boulder Media on the production status
  • Create and maintain a detailed weekly report for the production of the series and the individual departments
  • Create a Production report for the LA studio to ensure all scheduled plans sync up
  • Help to plan and troubleshoot the pipeline for the production and any delays in delivery
  • Manage overall production schedule including interdepartmental workflow and monitor / oversee department schedules and priorities
  • Plan with the available resources to optimise the efficiency of each department in line with the schedule
  • Ensure the production team understand the goals and deadlines of each assignment and key milestone deliveries
  • Manage the animation and asset delivery to overseas animation vendor/s and in turn their deliveries back.
  • Coordinate the execution of retakes and report on the level called and impact on core production.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills essential.
  • Must be able to work well within a team environment, encouraging and fostering a healthy atmosphere in a pressured environment, setting achievable goals and supporting the team to hit any goals or deadlines that are set out before them.
  • A good working knowledge of the Harmony animation pipeline is not necessary but would be a distinct advantage when applying

Please apply by email to and only those with the required 2-3 years production management experience will be considered.


Call For: Actors/Actress/Dancers/Performers Wanted for a Silent Short Film


Workshop and casting on 15th Feb 2015 in Limerick for a short film – The Clockmaker’s Doll.


Date: 15 Feb, 2015 (Sunday)

Time: 10am – 6pm

Location: Limerick City (details to be announced by email)

Requirements: Male and female: experience in dance and mime would be beneficial. Good body movement is highlighted.

The workshop will be conducted by Simon Thompson to explore mask and mime techniques, and will be cast by director Cashell Horgan.

Background: The filming is scheduled on the second week of April 2015. The film is a legacy project of “Film Limerick” to promote Limerick as a film destination for Ireland. Once completed the film will be presented in international film festivals and competitions and as part of the bid for Limerick as European Capital of Culture 2020.

How to apply: please register your interest with a bio or CV at by Friday 13 Feb 2015.

There is small payment available for the job depending on experiences. Travel and food expenses will be covered. Filmmakers mainly looking for local talents around Limerick region.


Call For: Crew


A fledgling Irish Production Company is seeking a panel of crew members to draw on for a number of upcoming non-fiction productions. These projects will offer a wide range of experience and involve innovative ideas and approaches to entertainment. Expenses will be covered for all productions and some expertise on certain shoots will involve nominal fees. The crew members sought include:

•       Camera Operators
•       Sound Technicians
•       Electricians/Light Technicians
•       Set Designers
•       Hair and Make-up Artists
•       Runners
•       Editors

All levels of experience will be considered, however, links to samples of work must be provided along with CVs.

Applications can be sent to with “Panel” in the subject line

Deadline is 01/03/15

Please note, if we the production company is interested in taking you on as part of their panel and/or have any queries about your application they will endeavor to respond within 4 weeks


Call For: Cast for Short Film


The RTE / Filmbase funded short film project entitled The Wake is currently casting for three male lead actors. The film is currently shortlisted as one of the final 8 projects, with two of the films ultimately being selected for funding.


The film will be shot on location in Co. Monaghan and will shoot in early summer 2015. The film is written and directed by award winning filmmaker Jonathan Hughes.


The Wake, a 12min comedy, follows the story of three young brothers at their grandmother’s wake and the bitter rivalry over who is worthy of saying the Prayers of the Faithful.


The film is currently searching for three male lead actors for the film. Actors should be within the playing-age range of 7-16 years. The parts are as follows:


Greg (9) – LEAD ROLE – Always the centre of attention; will do anything to get in the spotlight, no matter who tries to get in his way


Eric (7) – The youngest brother, innocent, easily upset; the pet of the family


Sean (15) – The sensible one, stays out of the spotlight, keeps himself busy elsewhere (like the kitchen)


Interested applicants should create a short piece to camera video where they tell a little about themselves.


This video should be uploaded privately (with a password) to Vimeo, or UNLISTED on Youtube.


A LINK to this video must then be sent, along with the necessary PASSWORD and CONTACT DETAILS to


This will be a funded short film project. Chosen actors will be paid a small amount and all their expenses covered.


Deadline for applications: Saturday February 7th 2015, at 5pm.