Clapit is the talent discovery app that crowdsources professional and amateur actors straight into film & TV roles. The two winners of clapit’s “Father’s Day” film open call will perform speaking roles in the film “Father’s Day” by filmmaker Christopher Fox.
All people ages 16+ who are legal residents of the USA are eligible to enter. No prior acting experience is required. There is no charge to download clapit or enter the contest. IMPORTANT: Clapit reserves the right to disqualify any Entrant in breach of the OFFICIAL RULES which are on clapit.com.
To audition please post a 20 second video audition and improvise one of the following character breakdowns:-
OPTION 1 – William
William is the father of the lead actress. During a flashback, you are having small conversations with your 6 year old daughter Eva, while driving. You talk about baseball, the upcoming home game, and hot dogs (lots of hot dogs). You additionally offer advice to her about starting 1st grade, and what the future may bring. Improvise this scene!
OPTION 2 – Sarah
Sarah is a liquor store clerk; you’re selling a bottle of wine to a customer (the lead actress), and you’re making “small talk” with her.. you ask if she’s ok, and you talk about the horrible weather; you also tell her that if you weren’t working, you would definitely have some of that wine with her. Improvise this scene!
HOW TO APPLY
1. Download clapit from the iTunes App Store.
2. Between 19 February 2020 – 29 February 2020, post one 20-second video audition onto clapit in ‘Portrait’ orientation. Be sure to click “Father’s Day” when posting your video audition. Also type your name, your age, and your city & state of legal residence in your post.
3. Invite your family, friends & fans over text, email & social media to download clapit and “clap” (vote) for your performance.
4. Filmmaker Christopher Fox will choose one female winner from the top 5 most clapped female auditions and one male winner from the top 5 most clapped male auditions plus the clapback audition. These finalists get the chance of winning the two roles.