Behaviour Help
PBPA Ltd

Behaviour Help
PBPA Ltd

  • Project Details
    Casting now for roles in Behaviour Help. A charity non-profit educational feature animation.The film utilises state of the art 3D motion capture. Actors will be required to provide voice-over, face capture and full body capture as needed for the shots.The script runs an c. 1 hour. And promises to be a fantastic showpiece and is commissioned by a leading Australian behaviour help charity working with children.Written and directed by Alex Pink and produced by his two companies.The project is fully funded, a behind the scenes shot is attached.Storyline --It is nearing the end of the school year and our protagonist, Josh - about 8 years old with ADHD and other behavioural issues, is in class one day.  He is looking forward to the end of year class trip to the cinema and the summer holidays with his parents abroad.Excused from class for a toilet break, Josh finds himself pressured to vandalise the toilets by two slightly older children in the toilets.  Giving into peer pressure, Josh causes damage to the toilet facilities.  Furthermore, the children escape, threatening Josh not to tell on them or else they’ll ‘get him’.  Josh is caught and takes the blame.  He is suspended from school, meaning he will not be able to go to the cinema with his class.  Josh is sent home with a letter to explain his suspension, a letter he does not give to his parents that evening.The next day, Josh finds himself in the unusual situation of leaving home to go to school, when he isn’t supposed to go in.  He then has an emotional breakdown while leaving, at the front door of his home, and confesses everything to his mum - everything except that the other children influenced him.In his room, Josh has a revelatory dream in which he confronts his bullies in the toilets and upon waking decides he will tell the truth about them and get the help he needs.His parents take him to school to see the head teacher.  After explaining the full truth, while Josh is still in trouble and instructed to serve detention, his suspension is lifted and he is able to go on the class trip to the cinema.At the cinema, Josh struggles with waiting in line and taking responsibility for his ticket but he learns from this experience.  He enjoys the film and, later on, when confronted with a similar situation at the airport with his boarding pass, Josh is able to better handle the situation.Josh jets off happily on his summer holiday with his family.THE END Attachments:
  • Production Type
    Feature Films
  • Union Status
    N/A
  • Location
    Essex
  • Dates & Location
    February/ March 2022
  • Closing Date
    28th Jan 2022
  • Roles
  • Paid
    40
    5
    Male
    Josh
    White / European Descent | Black / African Descent | Latino / Hispanic | Asian | South Asian / Indian | Indigenous Peoples | Middle Eastern | Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander | Ethnically Ambiguous / Multiracial
  • Paid
    40
    7
    Female
    Daisy
    White / European Descent | Black / African Descent | Latino / Hispanic | Asian | South Asian / Indian | Indigenous Peoples | Middle Eastern | Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander | Ethnically Ambiguous / Multiracial
  • Paid
    45
    33
    Female
    Mum
    White / European Descent | Black / African Descent | Latino / Hispanic | Asian | South Asian / Indian | Indigenous Peoples | Middle Eastern | Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander | Ethnically Ambiguous / Multiracial
  • Paid
    45
    34
    Male
    Dad
    White / European Descent | Black / African Descent | Latino / Hispanic | Asian | South Asian / Indian | Indigenous Peoples | Middle Eastern | Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander | Ethnically Ambiguous / Multiracial
  • Paid
    65
    45
    Head Teacher
    White / European Descent | Black / African Descent | Latino / Hispanic | Asian | South Asian / Indian | Indigenous Peoples | Middle Eastern | Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander | Ethnically Ambiguous / Multiracial