The setting of this movie is in the 19th century, and is based on a true story. It accounts the tale of the Brooklyn-based artist, Catherine Weldon, who travels to the Dakota Territory to help the Sioux chieftain save the land of his community. The role of the artist is played by Jessica Chastain, while the role of the Sioux chieftain, Sitting Bull, is played by Michael Greyes. Catherine Weldon lived on the land for a number of years, writing letters, on behalf of the Sitting Bull, to the federal government.
The production for “Woman Walks Ahead” is looking to cast Native Americans.
Right now, the production of the movie is seeking out to cast riding doubles, photo doubles and stand-ins for the main characters in the movie. The description for each of the actor is given below.
The applicants who wish to apply for a photo double or riding double for Jessica Chastain should meet this description:
- Bust: 32
- Height: 5’3”
- Hips: 35
- Shoes: 8
- Waist: 25
The applicants who wish to apply for a photo double or riding double for Michael Greyes should meet the following description:
- Chest: 44
- Height: 6’2”
- Inseam: 33
- Neck: 16
- Waist: 38
In addition to this, the male applicants should start letting their hair and beards grow out in order to match the screen role.
The Midthunder Casting is also on the lookout for people who either speak the Lakota language, or are familiar with it and can learn it in a short time.
This is a paid role, so aspiring actors in Mexico are encouraged to apply.
The payment is on the SAG scale: $900+ 8/hours.
- Name: Full name
- Photo: One recent photo
- Phone number
- Email address
Submit these documents to the email given below:
Santa Fe, NEW MEXICO area
This is a great opportunity of the locals interested in acting to get involved in the drama movie. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. The film is set for release in 2018.