Aspiring actors in Qatar will have the chance to be part of one of the country’s most significant feature film projects produced by the Doha Film Institute (DFI) to date, with 200 secondary and 30 major roles.
“We are proud to be producing one of the largest and most prominent feature film projects in the history of Qatar, and it will be shot at several locations across the country,” DFI posted on its social media pages.
DFI noted that it is now looking for actors and actresses from “our diverse creative community” to take part in the film.
Auditions, it added, are open to all valid QID-holders of any age, gender, nationality and acting experience.
“Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend, as there are over 200 background roles and 30 feature roles available,” DFI stressed.
DFI said it is keen to be meeting both aspiring and established actors who are interested in being considered for roles in projects produced through its Qatari Film Fund.
DFI’s previous projects such as short films by emerging Qatari filmmakers have brought together various talents in Qatar.
The institute also organises workshops for aspiring professional film actors and directors, and “trains participants in the art of filming great performances”.