SHOOTING STARS EXTRA: Auditions set Sunday for ‘Little Monsters’


UNLV film instructor David Schmoeller has directed everybody from Chuck Connors to Klaus Kinski. And now, he wants to direct you.

That is, if you're right for a role in the upcoming crime drama "Little Monsters," which is scheduled to begin production next month. The movie represents a reunion for Schmoeller and fellow "Thor at the Bus Stop" producer May May Luong.

Auditions will be held between noon and 6 p.m. Sunday, July 24, at LightForge Studios in the Arts District.

You can find details on the available roles online at the Nevada Film Group site at http://www.facebook.com/danette.tull#!/notes/may-may-luong/casting-for-a-feature-film-tell-your-friends/10150310534551355.

"Little Monsters" focuses on two 18-year-olds trying to start over after spending eight years in separate youth prisons — for the kidnap and murder of a 3-year-old boy. Roles range from the 18- and 10-year-old versions of the lead characters to federal marshals, tabloid reporters and others involved in their controversial trial.

If you're interested in trying out, email maymay@maymayluong.com with your name, email address, phone number and the role that you would like to audition for inside the body of the email.

(If you have a recent photo/headshot and resume, send attachments. Resumes should be in either .txt, Word or PDF format.)

Stay tuned to the Review-Journal's Shooting Stars column, which runs Mondays, for more information on "Little Monsters" as it begins production.