Open auditions for the feature film Cargo will be held on Thursday October 8 from 1:30pm to 6:00pm. Auditions will take place at The Dundas Centre for Performing Arts on Mackey Street. The film explores the miry world of human smuggling and stars British actor Warren Brown (Luther) as a humble fisherman who gets sucked into life as a prolific human smuggler to pay off a debt.
Nassau, Bahamas - Best Ever Film announces open auditions for the
feature film Cargo on Thursday, October 8 from 1:30pm to 6:00pm.
Auditions will take place at The Dundas Centre for Performing Arts on Mackey Street.
Cargo, an action/drama written by filmmaker Kareem J.
Mortimer explores the miry world of human trafficking. The feature film is
loosely based on the 8-time award-winning short film Passage.
In the film, British actor
Warren Brown plays a sensitive fisherman who transforms into a prolific human
smuggler to pay off a gambling debt and provide for his family. Cargo
won best pitch at CaribbeanTales during the Toronto International Film Festival
in 2012. The film was also accepted at the Toronto TIFF talent lab in 2013.
Kareem Mortimer and CARGO included at first Caribbean Film Mart
Kareem Mortimer's "Cargo" wins best pitch at 2012 Caribbean Tales incubator