Sep 142005
Authors: Erin Skarda

If you've ever dreamed of being an extra in a feature film, here's your chance.

Scenes from the upcoming movie "Looking for Sunday," will be shot starting at 6 p.m. Friday at the Cloverleaf Kennel Club, located off Highway 34 and Interstate 25 in Loveland.

Judith Wahler, production coordinator for the film, hit the CSU and University of Northern Colorado campuses this week seeking 300 students to fill the stands at the kennel club. The shoot could be an all-nighter, she said.

The director of the film, Mark Piznarski, is a UNC alumnus.

"He really wants students from both schools involved in his project," Wahler said.

While students will not be paid for being an extra, Wahler said they are providing free food and will raffle off prizes such as DVD players and iPods, along with other electronics.

The movie is about two best friends trying to delay the end of their adolescence and their passage into the "real world." The cast includes Michael Weston from "Garden State," Orlando Jones, Katherine Towne, Spence Decker and Madeline Zima.

For students who show up to the taping, "it will be a different thing to do on a Friday night," Wahler said.

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