**PAID – Casting call for a comedic short film “The Love We Accept.”**

We are holding the audition this Tuesday, November 25, 2014 in the evening. If you fit one of the character descriptions below and would like to be considered for an audition, please send your headshot and resume to reginaohashi@hotmail.com.

Shooting days are December 14, 20, & 21, 2014 in Houston. It is going to be 1 or 2 shoot days depending on the character. This is a PAID job. Rate depends on the character. This film will be submitted to film festivals.

Exec. Producer: Regina Ohashi
Producer: Courtney Lomelo
Director: Aaron Walden

A young woman struggles to find a man who can accept and understand her for who she really is. Innocent and naive, she goes on three dates, each only slightly better than the previous. Her priest, tied to her through grief counseling, cautions against these radical lifestyle changes but is inevitably ignored.

Character descriptions:
Father Gregory, male, 40s-60s – is a well kept, trim 60 year old priest who uses his well kept exterior to hide a personality in turmoil. He is a Catholic priest that tries to keep hidden his all-consuming addictions to alcohol and cigarettes. Although he tries to keep compassion in his heart, he occasionally slips.

William, male, mid 20s-mid 30s – an awkward, embarrassed young mortician. William is not comfortable in the presence of others, and does not follow typical social interactions. He is prim, restrained, and emotionally unavailable.

Harrison, male, mid 20s-mid 30s – a rising douche bag. This young gentleman is far more interested in himself and what others can do for him, rather than how others perceive him. Harrison is crass, crude, and self-centered.