Alluvial Casting Update

More casting news has come our way today concerning Fire Sign Films’ production of Alluvial, which is being produced and directed by Geza Decsy and co-written and produced by Sean Decker and
Jack Ulrich.

Carlee Baker (Wicked Lake) is set to star alongside Ken Lally (“Heroes”, “Enterprise”) and R.A. Mihailoff (Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3). Gunner Wright (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra), Heather Snell (The Poughkeepsie Tapes), and Deacon Conroy (A Marine Story) have also been attached to headline in
leading roles.

Carlee offers not only a genre pedigree, says director Decsy, “she brings to Alluvial a sweet charisma and quietly unhinged quality that fully embodies what we wanted for the role of Eileen. Still, serious character work aside, she’s also promised her fans that she’ll ‘rock the side boob better than anyone’! How can you not just adore that kind of dedication to the art?”

We’ve assembled a stellar cast that certainly isn’t lacking in the looks department,”Decsy continues, “but what truly intrigues me more than anything is their strong individual personalities. In the course of just two auditions, they all let us see those quirks, flaws or hidden damage that make us human. That vulnerability is exactly what I’ll need to draw on as a director to make this story that much more painfully real to the audience.”

Alluvial centers around the downward spiral of seven friends who, while camping in the god-forsaken badlands of Panamint Valley, contract a mysterious illness — one which causes them to turn on one another in a brutal display of skewed emotions and primal rage.

Alluvial begins filming in late fall. Check out another exclusive storyboard below, and for more visit Alluvial on MySpace.


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