Audition Workshop with Casting Director Kris Woz – Sunday March 24th, 11am – 5pm. $160 plus GST.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to work in a full day intensive with Kris Woz from Kris and Kara Casting.
*Previous training and experience is a prerequisite for admission. 12 actors maximum. Email a headshot/resume to apply to email@example.com
Kris Woz & Kara Eide are a casting duo based in Vancouver, BC. They each bring to their partnership extensive experience in casting for film and television productions, and together have worked on many projects including “Little Fish”, directed by Chad Haritgan, “The Hypnotist’s Love Story” for ABC, Stephen Chbosky’s “Wonder” (Julia Roberts, Jacob Tremblay), Kevan Funk’s “Hello Destroyer” (Jared Abrahamson, Ian Tracey, Sara Canning), Giancarlo Esposito’s “This is Your Death” (Sarah Wayne Callies, Josh Duhamel and James Franco), Shana Feste’s “Boundaries” (Vera Farmiga, Christopher Plummer, Bobby Cannavale) and Juanita Wilson’s Tomato Red (Julia Garner, Anna Friel).
In addition to their feature film and television work, Kris & Kara’s portfolio includes numerous commercial campaigns for a variety of high-profile clients including Reebok, Pepsi, Lexus, Tylenol and Google.
Kris & Kara have cast features and short films that have screened at over 30 film festivals worldwide, including Toronto International Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and Vancouver International Film Festival.
Kris & Kara live and breathe storytelling and bring their unique passion and sharply honed vision to each and every project.
Audition Workshop with Casting Director JUDY LEE – Next Workshop TBA.
This is a great opportunity to spend an intensive day working with veteran Casting Director Judy Lee. Workshop fee is $150 for the day.
CONTACT US HERE to inquire, please include a head shot and resume.
Judy was raised in the wilds of Burnaby in the era of headbanger wars and unfortunate denim. She got her feet wet in the film industry playing roles like “Teenager #3”, “Zombie Teenager #2” and “Halfway House Woman #0” but upon deeply introspective reflection, realized she sucked as an actor. Her entry into casting was a serendipitous twist of fate and she considers herself blessed to work in the Vancouver film/tv community. Her inspirations are the actors who come into her casting sessions and demonstrate unwavering courage and commitment and her young daughter who teaches her the beauty and bravery of picking one’s self up after falling and continuing on the journey.
*Previous training and experience is a prerequisite for admission. 12 actors maximum.*