(North Dakota Today) - It's called "Glob Lessons" and it's a film written by Fargo natives Colin Froeber and Nicole Rodenburg. The two were great friends in high school who eventually moved out to New York City to pursue their dreams in acting.
Now they are back in the Valley, and will be shooting here for only 17 days. And they need the communities help!
The duo will be putting on two Young Filmmakers Workshops to give area kids the change to see feature filmmaking up close and learn from professionals about what goes into making a film. They will even get a chance to make a small film of their own.
These workshops will also give the production the kids it needs as featured actors and background extras. The movie is about two characters who perform theater for children, so they need kids to serve as "audience members."
The workshops are on Friday, December 28th at Ben Franklin Middle Schools from 9:0 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., and on Sunday, December 30th at Lincoln Elementary from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Parents can visit www.globlessonsmovie.com/workshop for more information and to sign up.
Adults can also get involved! There's an open call for grownups (21 and up) to be background actors and extras in a bar scene. It will be shot at The Windbreak in Fargo on Tuesday, January 8th from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. You can sign up at www.globlessonsmovie.com/background.