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Extras for the film “The eleven lives of Abbé Pierre” are sought in Lyon and its surroundings. Shooting scheduled for February.
Next February, director Frédéric Tellier will be in Lyon and its surroundings for the shooting of his new film, The Eleven Lives of Abbé Pierre, with Benjamin Lavernhe and Emmanuelle Bercot. For the purposes of the film, the producer calls for extras.
Several profiles sought
The extras could participate in the filming in Lyon, Chambéry, Annecy and Vercors. Filming will take place between early and mid-February, over one to several days. The profiles sought are:
- German soldiers: men to make German soldiers between 20 and 50 years old blond, accustomed to combat sports and firearms (knowing how to shoot a rifle), accepting a military cut and if possible knowing how to speak German, in order to embody German soldiers.
- Maquisards: French soldiers between 20 and 50 years old, sportsmen. Used to walking in the mountains and using firearms (knowing how to shoot a rifle) in order to embody the guerrillas.
- People: men and women between 20 and 60 years old, of all origins. Able to walk in the mountains and in the snow in order to also embody the French fleeing the war.
- Monks: men between 30 and 50 years old to make monks, churchmen, accepting that they have a tonsure done. Can also learn and interpret a Gregorian chant (large beards welcome).
The stipulated remuneration is € 250 gross / day + compensation of € 25 if fitting + tonsure.