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Thursday, 28 April 2011

Wednesday, 27 April 2011


We're looking for actors to play three parts - here are the details of each character:
1. Prince William - late 20s, white, balding, posh and a bit witless - but bursting with charm. You will need to be able to think on your feet, and react to the attentions of the press in character. You should also look like the real deal.
2. Kate Middleton - late 20s, white, bubbly brunette, though perhaps a bit vanilla, you will also need to be able to think on your feet and react to the attentions of the press in character. You will need to look just like our new princess.
3. The Waiter - A man with a plan. Dark hair, swarthy,  race open - possibly South East Asian or of Arab descent, fit, healthy and speedy. 20s - early 40s.

There will be two rehearsals, a walk-through of the location and a costume/make-up fitting, as well as an all-day commitment on the 21st June. Each actor will be paid £100 for their work.

If you think you're right for one of these parts, please send your headshot and resume to


Prince William and his new bride Kate have had a long day, and all they want is a bit of peace to celebrate their wedding night – alone. But when the paparazzi slip under the noses of their bodyguards and start banging on their hotel door, the knot the couple have just tied begins to fray. With the assistance of a hotel waiter, they seek escape through the hotel, desperate to shake the flashes and cries of the press. But can this waiter be trusted to look after the newly married couple, or does he too want a piece of the action?


Hope Dickson Leach – Writer/Director
Hope completed her MFA in filmmaking at Columbia University in New York, where she made three short films that played at festivals worldwide including Sundance, Edinburgh, Austin, London and many more. While in New York she was assistant to Todd Solondz on his film PALINDROMES. Hope’s thesis film, THE DAWN CHORUS, won awards and the attention of Screen International where she was made a Star of Tomorrow upon her return to London in 2007. She was also named one of the ’25 New Faces of Independent Film’ by Moviemaker Magazine. In 2008, as well as a Coming Up film, PARLIAMO GLASGOW, nominated for a BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award, she directed a series of 3 Minute Wonders for Channel 4, and MORNING ECHO, a Pulse Plus short film starring Kerry Fox – which has played at festivals all over the world, winning an award at the London Short Film Festival. She is currently developing her debut feature ENGLISH ROSE, a story about a teenage girl who hates Princess Diana, following a grant from the UK Film Council's development fund. 
Hope is represented by Elinor Burns at Casarotto, Ramsay & Associates

Rosie Ellison - Producer
Rosie has 15 years in the film & TV sector in Scotland with experience ranging from production to exhibition. As development producer and researcher for Saltire Films, Rosie oversaw the development and production of several factual programmes for BBC Scotland including Beyond The Fringe – Richard Demarco and Three Lives of William Wallace. For the last 5 years Rosie has been with Edinburgh Film Focus, the film commission for Edinburgh, Lothians and Scottish Borders where she works to match film and TV productions with locations, crew and services in the area. She also coordinates delegations of producers at international film markets, helping producers create international finance strategies for their slate.

Rosie and Hope have recently given birth to two little boys - Fred and Frank.