Up to 200 people are being offered the opportunity to feature as extras in the investigative thriller A DARK REFLECTION, by award winning Director Tristan Loraine of Fact Not Fiction Films.
Extras, aged 25-65 years old, are required over a 2-3 day period for filming at South Lodge on August 6 and 7.
Opportunities for all age groups are also available on individual days over the next month until the completion of filming.
Billed as ‘Erin Brockovich’ meets ‘All the Presidents Men’, the film is set in and around Sussex, and is already drawing great support on both sides of the Atlantic.
The fact-based film is based on Loraine’s own experience as a British Airways Captain.
Actors in the film include Georgina Sutcliffe, former Coronation Street star Bill Ward and Ms Marina Sirtis, known for her role as ‘Deanna Troi’ in Star Trek.
Last week filming in Horsham saw soap star Leah Bracknell, known for her role as Zoe Tate in Emmerdale, playing along side her ‘screen daughter’ Charis Holloway, a young pupil at Millais School in Horsham.
A DARK REFLECTION is appealing to local businesses to get involved in the production as well.
Catering for actors on set is required and opportunities for sponsorship to get shares on the film are still available.
The film is being shot over a 9 week period on a co-operative basis. It is thanks to the generosity and involvement of local people and businesses that the highest production values have been sustained. Every donation, starting at just £10, helps that process.
For donations of £100 you can secure your name on the film credits and own a share in the film.
Anyone who is interested in being an extra should email email@example.com leaving their name, age, mobile phone number and full details will be given.
Businesses that can help with catering on set should email Sarah Holloway at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tristan Loraine says: “This is a wonderful opportunity for someone who is interested in being part of a film or who is interested in how a film is made.”
You can find out more about the film and how to get involved on www.adarkreflection.com