August 17th, 2007 12:59 EST
Unique Feature Film The Interior Announces Casting Call for The Interior II
The creators of A Foreign Affair recruit talent through the Web for jungle thriller
Los Angeles, CA, -- Dreamscape Films, LLC has announced a worldwide casting call for the second installment of its unique feature film and accompanying drama series The Interior: once again via the Internet.
Eight months ago, The Interior conducted the world's first completely open, online talent casting call for a feature film or drama series. Now, after production in the rainforests of Central America, weekly episodes of The Interior are viewable online at http://www.theinterior.tv. The noir thriller revolves around a young missionary couple in the jungle whose lives spin horribly out of control.
“When the current episodes have had their full first run as a series, The Interior will be released as a feature length motion picture,” says Helmut Schleppi, director/creator of The Interior. “For the next installment, we want to continue our casting approach where any visitor of http://www.theinterior.tv is invited to upload an audition scene.”
The Interior is created by Geert Heetebrij and Helmut Schleppi, a writing-directing team well-known for creating entertainment involving ordinary people. Their first feature film A Foreign Affair (aka DVD title: 2 Brothers and A Bride) featuring David Arquette, Tim Blake Nelson, and Emily Mortimer, was filmed in St. Petersburg, Russia during a real 'romance tour' with actual would-be brides and would-be husbands functioning as extras. The movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and opened in select US theaters, and has since been distributed worldwide. In the same vein, much of The Interior is shot at actual jungle locations, with local natives functioning as extras.
For casting information and available roles, please log on at http://www.theinterior.tv
About Dreamscape Films, LLC: Located in Southern California, Dreamscape Films is an independent film and TV production company involved in the worldwide production of movie and television programming. A Foreign Affair was the company's first feature length motion picture.