Avati Brothers' movie needs extras


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Posted Online: Nov. 17, 2010, 5:28 pm
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Italian filmmakers Pupi and AntonioAvati need extras for an upcoming shoot for their new movie.

The brothers are looking for several adults needed for extras for a party scene, to be filmed at The Outing Club in Davenporton Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 22, 23 and 24.

Everyone will receive $50 per day and a meal will be provided. No experience is necessary.

Gentlemen will be wearing tuxes. If you do not own a tux, one will be rented for you. Ladies will wear evening gowns, preferably black or dark colors.

Those interested should contact Denny Hitchcock at dpjh@circa21.com or309-737-9477.The Avati brothers have shot scenes for seven films in the Quad-Cities, including "The Hideout' and 'Bix.'






 












 



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