Singer-songwriter Keith Kenny will film a scene for an upcoming documentary, April 15 at 3 p.m. at Stockton Presbyterian Church in Stockton (Hunterdon County), and is looking for unpaid extras to be the audience. If you are interested, email Ava at email@example.com.
The scene will be used in “Terrifying Peace,” a film that is being made by the Flemington-based company, Aqua Survey, and is expected to be completed by this summer. It is mostly about Kenny’s travels in Laos, during which he “uses his music to bridge cultural divides and confront the devastating aftermath of a war that ended almost half a century ago,” according to a flier.
Participants can dress as they like but must sign an image release form. They must be older than 15; those younger than 18 must have the release form signed by a legal guardian. The shoot will last an hour and be followed by a light supper.
For more on Kenny, visit keithkenny.com.
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