Welcoming Tree Petts Casting to the Tweetups


Tree Petts castingWe were thrilled when Tree said yes to coming along in August, to Gerry’s Actors Club to share her thoughts on castings and being in the industry for over 19 years. A member of the CDA, and also an ex actress herself, Tree knows a thing or 20 about castings.

We hope you can join us for our August Tweetup!

Oh and before we share with you all about Tree Petts Casting, don’t forget that our regular deadline for TweetFest is closing on the 31st July. This year we are having multiple days for the film festival so LOTS of shorts are going to be screened. So if you tried to have yours shown last year and missed out, perhaps this year you can get it seen. You can see more on the FilmFreeway page.

And now back to the fabulous Tree:

London Casting Director Tree Petts has over 19 years experience in the industry, catering for major British and International clients, creating a portfolio of award winning commercials, promos, virals, print advertising, dramas and music videos. Specialising in commercial casting and street casting, she has also cast lots of drama, including Neil Gaiman’s A SHORT FILM ABOUT JOHN BOLTON starring Marcus Brigstocke, WASHDAYS (Rushes Soho Best Short Film) and 40 YEARS (Orlando Film Festival Best Film, LA United Film Festival Best Film, London Film Festival Official Selection).

Tree is also founder and member of the Casting Directors Association in the UK. With her production experience including Production Co-ordinator at Robert Fox Ltd and representation of directors for Propaganda & Satellite Films, as well as being as a modelling booker in previous years, Tree’s breadth and depth of experience of this industry is vast. Come and meet Tree for yourself and hear from this incredibly friendly and open casting director who works constantly in the business.

FULL DETAILS OF THE Q&A:

Date: TUESDAY 7th AUGUST

Time: 7pm – all night

Tickets: £5 + nominal Eventbrite fee on EVENTBRITE

Location: Gerry’s 52 Dean Street Soho W1D 5BJ

 

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