Local director Reuben James Steindorf is looking for students to be actors, extras, and behind the scenes help. These positions are for his upcoming movie Sycophant and TV series, tentatively titled Talia Amore Cosmetics.
The movie Sycophant is still in its fundraising stage, according to Steindorf. The plot is based off of a true story. The genre is both thriller and horror. The main female actor, Jordan, is forced into the middle of a mob drug deal. The drug deal turns quickly into obsession.
Three lead actors are needed in Sycophant. An African American female who has some interest or a background in performing arts, dance, or modeling , a Caucasian male with blond hair and blue eyes, as well as a Hispanic male are needed to complete the lead roles. Each needs to be athletically built, photogenic as well as between the ages of eighteen and twenty-two.
Steindorf’s describes his show, Talia Amore Cosmetics, as “young female assassins in a small Midwestern town going after those who get away with crimes. The assassins have learned how to work the system to their benefit.”
Steindorf is looking for females between the ages of eighteen and twenty-two. These women need to be athletically built and photogenic. No experience is needed.
Steindorf is looking for extras in both Sycophant and Talia Amore Cosmetics. No experience is necessary.
Reuben James Steindorf is a former Central High School student. He has done advertisement for The Discovery Channel as well as Gundersen Lutheran. Central High School also used his short movies he created years after he graduated.
If interested contact Reuben James Steindorf through the Facebook page “Sycophant Movie Fan Club.” https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sycophant-Movie-Fan-Club/169660246541490?ref=br_tf.