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Movie magic in cork

Wednesday, 3rd April, 2013 3:47pm

A short film called Sorted Like is being put together by The Gathering RSVP (Red Sandstone Varied Productions) project and a collection of Corkonians have made it through the arduous selection process to nab the leading roles.

Project Director Yvonne Coughlan described the selection process for the film which took place on Tuesday. “We held auditions all day, there was a talented turnout and we went through them all one by one and did script reading and took a small film of each actor.

"We then went home and went through each of the recordings and made our decisions.”

The producers are still looking for others to get involved in the film and other actors are needed for extra parts.

“We have a number of extra roles to fill and we will be accepting applications up until Tuesday when the rehearsals begins,” Yvonne said.

“Anyone who would like to be a part of the film will be considered if they send in a headshot and a CV to rsvpireland@gmail.com.”  

The film, which is a comedy piece that incorporates the history of Cork in an interesting and educational manner.

“It's like getting your children to eat vegtables,” Yvonne said, “we are actually using a lot of facts and historical information that we are giving to the audience through an informal and jovial script.”

The Gathering RSVP is an experimental collaboration of artists located woldwide that are asking what it means to be Irish through an ingeration of film, music, dance and visual arts with community arts participation.

Sorted Like is a creation from Actor Tess Healy Maguire, Assistant Director Adam McCarthy, Director Stephen Broekhuizen and Producer Yvonne Coughlan.

Anyone who would like to apply for an actor part can apply by sending a headshot and a CV to rsvpireland@gmail.com

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