Mad Heidi Casting Room
Casting Calls for Roles in MAD HEIDI
Leading Role: Heidi
Looking for an Action Hero
We are getting closer to guarantee the production and will start various pre-production activities to be able to shoot Mad Heidi late summer/autumn 2021.
If you are the right actress for Heidi, or if you are an agent and you have someone in mind, this is how it works:
1. Contact us through the form below.
2. You will get an email with instructions and tips for your audition tape.
3. Submit your audition tape.
We aim to find our Heidi during the the 1st half of 2021, so it's better to submit your audition tape rather sooner than later. Whenever we find an interesting candidate, we invite her to meet with our director through zoom and then possibly also in person.
Please note that we cannot guarantee to answer everybody, and if there is no answer from our side within 2-3 months from sending your video, it's likely that you were not the right one.
Here we have a role profile written by Johannes. This is a short version of what will be in the PDF that we send them.}Contact Us
1. Casting Call
When you see a role that fits you, or if you're an agent, fill out the form and we will send you a PDF documentation. Besides the role profile, it contains a script with a short scene, as well as a short briefing with instructions from the director.
2. Record Your Audition
Record your audition tape with your phone or any other camera. It should include a short introduction about you and why you think you'd be a great fit for that role, as well as the scene provided in the casting call document.
Check out the Tips & Tricks section below for tips how to make a good audition tape.
3. Submit Your Audition Tape
Upload your video to Vimeo or YouTube (you can post it publicly, or private if you don't want tothers to see your tape). Fill in the submission form with your details and the video link. The director will look at every single video that is submitted through this page.
Tips & Tricks
You can record your audition tape with your phone or even a webcam. Make sure that your voice is clearly audible and that there is no background noise.
It is always better to use a friend to film you and to play with you. But you can do it on your own if it makes you feel more comfortable.
Read this article about 10 Tips To Nail Your Next Self-tape Audition on actoraesthetic.com.
We recommend using vimeo or YouTube to host your audition tape. Feel free to post it publicly. If you don't want others to see your video, set privacy settings to "unlisted" (not "private) on YouTube, or to "private link only" on vimeo.
Film in landscape, not portrait! Vertical videos go directly into our trash bin. 😜