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There are sixteen scenes and the entire film start-to-finish lasts less than twenty minutes. Please submit auditions of the following reading of "The Cowboy" parts only. 2010-08-01 17:18:53 GMT 2010-08-08 16:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 13 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 50 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
THE TITLE OF FILM AND WRITER'S CREDIT ON SCREEN
Riders ready themselves for practice runs in preparation for County Fair.
SCENE II, EXT., FAIRGROUND ARENA, AMY'S RIDE, DAY
The announcer is a woman who is quite colorful and she introduces some of the riders with flair and judges some too harshly. In between rides there is a cowboy, or cowgirl, who speaks in voice over during breaks in the action. The dialogue should be presented as critical commentary regarding the horses and young riders, and occasionally presented as a social commentary given in response to each unique and circumstantial scene.
SCENE III, EXT., COUNTY FAIRGROUND HORSE RIDING ARENA, DAY
THE REST OF CREDITS ROLL ON SCREEN AS WE WAIT FOR THE NEXT RIDER TO APPEAR
SCENE IV, EXT., FAIRGROUND ARENA, KAYLA'S RIDE, DAY
But for the boil on my bottom I should sit for the fellowship. But you go on before me. Wrestle your will into their perdurable grip. Or resort to something else. Maybe another torture. A thing Chinese.
SCENE V, EXT., FAIRGROUND ARENA, PAIGE'S RIDE, DAY
Sometimes the release is confused with her quickness when no little witness sees her feathers tied down.
Airplane flies over at end of ride.
SCENE VI, EXT., FAIRGROUND ARENA, MCKENZIE''S TWO RIDES, DAY
McKenzie has a bad attitude and a horse that responds to it. The announcer is obviously her mother or related somehow. The barrel gets knocked over at middle of ride. Dave has to upright it. McKenzie attempts another ride, this time a slow one meant to teach the horse a lesson.
SCENE VII, EXT., FAIRGROUND ARENA, THE SILENCE, DAY
I would love to have my picture taken standing beside this honey locust. There I am, holding a bean pod and needled legume while my free hand rests on the head of my mother who sits quietly on a rosined railroad tie. There are lavender flowers everywhere, stretching out of the tall grass. Their blooms look like busy caterpillars, their little legs motioning eagerly for us. Waving. Blowing kisses. And beneath the feet of my long-term gurney the ground is hard and flat and cuts through fields near our cemetery. Crazy people die here. O look! Under the granite and moss lies Bob. Now that is viminal and hell. Or dale. Or toggery meant to retard this poet. But the holy bell am I who whips his steed past noon and gamely circles these portals with autonomy.
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