The chance to work with one of Europe’s finest directors has come up .  Ken Loach’s new film ‘The Angel’ Share written by Paul Laverty is looking to cast:

 TWO GLASGOW GALS aged 19 – 26    This is open to actors and non-actors who fancy giving it a go! 

 Auditions will be held in Glasgow next week. Entrants must be aged between 19 and 26 and have a Glaswegian accent.  

 The film’s casting director, Kahleen Crawford, said: “With the roles we’re still casting, we realised this could be a chance for someone who wouldn’t normally find out about opportunities like this to put themselves forward.  “We’re on the look out for new faces. We’re need bright, sparky, Glaswegian girls aged 19 to 26, who are just up for giving it a go. Ken works in a way that makes it so easy for people, it’s a lot of fun.”

 Loach has already helped launch the careers of Scottish stars Martin Compston in Sweet Sixteen and Atta Yaqub in Ae Fond Kiss.
The Angels’ Share’ will be filming in Glasgow and around Scotland from late April until early June, and is expected to be in cinemas in summer 2012.

 Those interested in possible roles should send a selection of photos, height, age, date of birth, and contact information, and a few lines about themselves to.