Our friends at Full Spectrum Features, a Chicago-based nonprofit film production company, are working on an exciting new project rooted in Japanese American resettlement history. They are looking for community members who may be interested in participating either as actors or crew. Professional acting experience is not required! They are particularly interested in hiring Asian American women to fill key department head roles on set, and hope to put together a majority BIPOC crew for this project.
A previous project, The Orange Story, featured many Chicago Japanese American community members and Full Spectrum co-founder and Director of Operations Jason Matsumoto hopes to “recreate the magic” with this new project.
For a project summary and background information about Full Spectrum Features, click here.
For the casting call, click here.
If you are interested in auditioning for an acting part, or know of someone who would be a good fit, please email Jason Matsumoto (firstname.lastname@example.org), Yuki Solomon (Producer – Yuki@fullspectrumfeatures.com), and Veronica Barbosa (Assoc. Producer – Veronica@fullspectrumfeatures.com) with the name and contact info of the person interested in playing the role. Indicate which role is of interest. They will follow up with next steps.
If you are interested in joining the crew, please email Veronica Barbosa (Veronica@fullspectrumfeatures.com).