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Your chance to be a film extra

PUBLISHED: 16:47 27 June 2008 | UPDATED: 20:45 05 July 2010

EVER fancied sharing the big screen with film stars?

Could you be available for a day or two's filming next month?

If so, get along to the final casting day to be an extra in a new feature film that's about to start shooting at Great Yarmouth.

EVER fancied sharing the big screen with film stars?

Could you be available for a day or two's filming next month?

If so, get along to the final casting day to be an extra in a new feature film that's about to start shooting at Great Yarmouth.

Malice in Wonderland is a dark, contemporary take on the much-loved story.

Producers for British-based production company Future Films say they have already secured global sales for the film, bolstered by the stars it has secured for lead roles, including hot young British actor Danny Dyer and Hollywood actress Mischa Barton.

And now they are offering local people their chance to get in on the action by auditioning for a part as an extra for shooting scenes in July.

There will be two final open casting sessions tomorrow in Norwich, between noon and 2.30pm, at Screen East's offices on Millennium Plain (opposite The Forum),

and then later that day between 4pm and 6pm

at the Seagull Theatre, in Morton Road, Pakefield.

The producers are looking for a mix of people for key scenes in the film. Those who have had a little experience of performing would be ideal - whether in amateur dramatics, dancing, playing in a band or even giving a presentation - as long as they'd feel confident in front of the camera.

This opportunity is open to over-18s, and producers would like to see some much older people apply, too.

No appointment is necessary, but where possible you should take a photo of yourself dressed to impress, along with a short CV of any relevant experience.

An application form can be emailed to you in advance by contacting ffmiw@live.co.uk

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