CERTAIN POINT needs cast, crew

Premonition Pictures has asked C-U Blogfidential to let area citizens know they’re seeking out talent and crew for their first feature-length project, which we mentioned in our overview of their ONE FINE DAY! video release (see item: 11/22/08). Under the working title A CERTAIN POINT OF VIEW, the movie will be filmed in Champaign-Urbana during the University of Illinois spring break,¬†Friday, March 21, through Sunday, March 29, 2009, according to producer Derek Klein. Although many OFD! personnel¬†will encore on this endeavor, CERTAIN POINT will not continue the storyline or characters established in that television series, which aired on UI-7 in the fall.

~ Jason Pankoke

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From February 3, 2009:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Premonition Pictures needs personnel for C-U feature film

CHICAGO, IL (February 3, 2009) – This spring break, Premonition Pictures will be returning to Champaign-Urbana to film a low-budget feature that tells five different stories about life, love, and murder from each of the perspectives of those involved. We’re looking for some motivated students who are interested in learning the aspects of filmmaking to help out in PA (production assistant) positions on set. We’re also looking for talent to fill a male and female lead as well as play extras.

If you’re interested in the PA positions, please email a resume to Derek Klein at d.klein [at] onefinedaytv [dot] com with the subject: PA for POV.

If you’re interested in either a main role or extra role please email a photo (it does not need to be a professional head shot) and resume to Derek Klein at d.klein [at] onefinedaytv [dot] com with the subject: Actor for POV.

This an experiemental film that is designed for competition and not theatrical release. All actors and crew will receive official IMDb.com credit on the film’s main page at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1332498/

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CONTACT:
Derek Klein, Executive Producer
Premonition Pictures
d.klein [at] onefinedaytv [dot] com

http://www.onefinedaytv.com/

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