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Spotlight and Hubbard Casting to host casting workshop at the Fleadh
20 Jun 2016 :
Spotlight is bringing their studio to Galway to create a casting village at the Fleadh, helping actors experience the professional studio set up for themselves. All actors attending the Hubbard’s casting workshop will have the unique opportunity to perform and film their audition scene in the ‘pop-up’ studio setting.

During the Hubbard’s casting workshop, the actors will see how casting directors use Spotlight to cast their projects, when the Hubbards will review and critique the actors’ performance footage (taking place on Saturday 9th July). This will offer an original and exciting chance for actors to prepare and record their scenes, experience how it will be viewed professionally, whilst also offering attending actors, directors, writers and film makers the opportunity to mingle and be introduced to the casting element of film projects within the ‘pop-up’ environment. Spotlight is used by casting directors around the world every day to cast their projects, offering professional performers access to roles in theatre, film and television.

Please Note: Places on the casting workshop are limited – all successful applicants MUST bring an updated CV and headshot with them on the day, and have a one-minute long monologue prepared and ready to perform (no longer than 1 minute). Applicants will be allocated a time and date for recording their monologue, which will take place on either Thursday 7th or Friday 8th July. Be advised, you MUST be available for filming at your allocated time and date. Please note there is an age restriction on this workshop – applicants must be at least 16 years of age and as old as they like!

The masterclass costs €50 and will take place on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th July (Spotlight casting village) and on Saturday the 9th of July from 2pm – 5pm (Hubbard Casting) in the Radisson Hotel, Galway.

For further information or to apply for a place, contact Brónagh Keys by email at: masterclasses @ filmfleadh.ie The closing date for applications is: 1pm Friday 1st of July 2016.

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