So you wanna be in pictures? And we're not talking about Facebook pictures, either. This Saturday, you have a chance to be an extra in a feature film being shot here in Peoria. The film is called, "Heartland," and it's a detective/crime film that centers on a gritty story of a detective's investigation into the apparent heart attack and death of a controversial radio talk show host. Aided by a priest, the detective not only discovers the truth about the death, but also something far more significant to believe in. The screenplay was written by a CAT retiree, William D. Mayo.
Saturday begining at 8:30 at St. Bernard's Parish, the cast and crew of "Heartland" will be shooting a scene for a mock Sunday morning service. So, if you wanna be an extra, dress appropriately for Sunday church. Some extras will be seated in the sanctuary, others will walk past the lead actors during their dialogue. Dress for a cool day, as the scene's supposed to have taken place during winter. St. Bernard's is located at 509 E. Kansas Street, Peoria.
It's a chance for you to be part of a feature film shot right here in central Illinois. For more information, email one of the film's producer/directors, Michael Mayo: email@example.com