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Star date: 25th September 2011

SIR MATT BUSBY FILM EXTRAS WANTED FOR SALFORD

A huge cinematic feature film about Sir Matt Busby is currently filming in Salford, starring Brian Cox and Natascha McElhone. The producers are looking for extras to film this Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

Click here to find out how to get involved…


Both male and female extras are being sought for a major new feature film being made in Salford. Called Theatre of Dreams, and starring Brian Cox and Natascha McElhone, it's an uplifting and inspiring fictional film about Sir Matt Busby helping a wayward boy fulfill his dream. Think Billy Elliott meets Bend it Like Beckham.

Anyone over 16 can take part and must be available all day for either this Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. The producers tell us that although the work is unpaid and long hours, there will be good food and good fun all day – and an opportunity to be involved with a major movie.

If this interests you all you need to do is send a photo of yourself and a contact number to the email address: todextras@live.com


 

martyn mitchell wrote
at 3:07:22 AM on Saturday, September 29, 2012
my friend says he was an extra in this film, please can u confirm this,coz he talks wet sometimes, his name is Zeb pearson, please let me know.
 
caroline wrote
at 1:53:59 PM on Tuesday, September 27, 2011
It is my sons dream..But they have to work...Crasy about man Utd..best of luck..bindloss
 
jeffrey smith wrote
at 11:38:03 AM on Monday, September 26, 2011
i would love to be an extra Espeically in a film about one of my heros Who i have had the pleasure of meeting
 
jeffrey smith wrote
at 11:37:41 AM on Monday, September 26, 2011
i am also a big man utd fan from salford
 
lee hunter wrote
at 3:59:53 AM on Monday, September 26, 2011
im a man utd fan and from salford
 
suzi hoffmann wrote
at 2:18:31 PM on Sunday, September 25, 2011
please speak to my agent!!!! would love to but have to earn dosh x
 
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