CLEVELAND - Ten love stories set in Cleveland are ready to be featured in another film production in Northeast Ohio. The film is called “Cleveland, I Love You,” and there is an open audition this weekend for actors.
According to the Greater Cleveland Film Commission’s website, actors will be paid, though compensation amounts are not listed. Producers are looking for experienced local actors of all races from the ages of 18–80. There are several roles available.
Auditions are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Russell B. Aitken Auditorium at Cleveland Institute of Art's Cinematheque. The address is 11141 East Boulevard. Actors should bring a recent head shot and resume to leave with producers. Auditions must be in person, not through the Internet.
The film’s website describes some of the anthology in the upcoming movie.
One story is about an old war hero who defends the memory of a long lost love. Another story in the film is about a paramedic who “gets more than he bargains for when he is thrust in the middle of a domestic dispute.”
To learn more about the film, visit its website: clevelandiloveyoumovie.com .
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