The YouTuber is currently holding auditions for his film adaption of The Drowning of Arthur Braxton.
Ever fancied acting in a full length feature film? Well, now might be your chance, with Luke Cutforth holding open auditions for his upcoming film adaption of The Drowning of Arthur Braxton – and, in true YouTube fashion, you won’t even need to leave your room.
Speaking to TenEighty, Luke says: “Ever since we started preparing the film, we knew we’d want to open cast for Delphina and Arthur, the film’s leads. Although most films cast through agencies – which we are still looking at – I think there’s something so exciting about discovering the next talented actor or actress, rather than just relying on the current pool.”
The open audition for my film @arthurbraxton is OFFICIALLY OPEN until 11 November!
ALL details at: https://t.co/0oUmy6H3ic
— spook cutforth✨ (@LukeIsNotSexy) October 26, 2015
Luke first announced his plans to hold an open casting call for the roles of Arthur and Delphina at this year’s Summer In The City, and he is now ready and waiting for video submissions for the roles. Everyone is encouraged to audition, even if they don’t have a shedload of acting experience behind them.
“I’m interested in finding somebody who embodies the characters and working with them, helping them become Arthur and Delphina,” explains Luke. “It’s a lot more work, but will be an amazing experience, and I wanted to give people who supported me one more opportunity to be involved in this project.”
Those wishing to audition for either role have until 11 November, and can do so by filming a short audition video and uploading it to YouTube. Further details regarding the open auditions can be found on the Who Is Arthur website.
This past summer, we spoke to Luke to learn more about his adaption of The Drowning of Arthur Braxton. Alternatively, you can read about the YouTube documentary Jim Chapman is working on with BBC3.
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