Ever Watched a Movie Audition Clip? See an author’s book characters come to life!

How often do you hear of a small press writer gaining the attention of a movie producer? These days it doesn’t seem to happen often, but I can imagine it’s so exciting for authors to see their ideas and imagination put into visual format!

 I bet most of you haven’t ever seen an audition piece for actors portraying characters from novels either.  Wouldn’t it be exciting as a reader and viewer to watch pieces of the production process?

 Today, I am enthusiastic to be able to share with you below  audition scenes from the psychological suspense novel The Cursed Man, by Keith Rommel.

 In the first clip, Dr. Anna Lee is questioning a grounds keeper that works at SunnySide Capable Care Mental Institution. There is a belief the patient she has come to care for is cursed. His curse is believed to be that the entity of Death has taken a liking to him and kills anyone that speaks to him within the book’s time span of twenty-four hours.

 The second clip is an audition piece of an actor trying out for the role of Alister. The scene shown is of Alister as a young man as he confronts Death about killing his family and then he attempting to escape Death’s preferential treatment the only way he knows how…

 Dr. Anna Lee audition: https://vimeo.com/54497720

 Alister audition: https://vimeo.com/54265755

About The Cursed Man~

book image TCMAlister Kunkle believes death is in love with him. A simple smile from friend or stranger is all it takes to encourage death to kill.  With his family deceased and a path of destruction behind him, Alister sits inside a mental institution, sworn to silence and separated from the rest of the world, haunted by his inability to escape death’s preferential treatment.

But when a beautiful psychologist arrives at the institution and starts offering him care, Alister braces himself for more killings. When none follow, he tries to figure out whether he truly is insane or if death has finally come to him in the form of a woman.

The Cursed Man is book one in the Thanatology Series.  The Lurking Man, second in the series (yet also can be read as a stand-alone), is currently also available for purchase.

BIO, Author Keith Rommel

Keith Rommel PhotoKeith Rommel is a native of Long Island, New York and currently lives with his family in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Rommel is a retail manager and has enjoyed collecting comic books since he was a child (a hobby inspired by a teacher in grade school to help overcome a reading comprehension disability).

Rommel is the author of two books in his Thanatology series entitled The Cursed Man and The Lurking Man. The Cursed Man is currently being considered as a feature film. He enjoys offering his experiences to other authors, writing several articles about writing and publishing, and is currently fast at work on the third novel in the Thanatology series which is scheduled for a summer 2013 release. 

He also has several other novels in the works. Besides writing, he also enjoys watching the New York Giants, scary stories, and spending time with family.

For more information on Rommel, or his writing, go to http://keithrommel.weebly.com.

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2 responses to “Ever Watched a Movie Audition Clip? See an author’s book characters come to life!

  1. Really cool to see. Thanks for sharing it! I think Cassandra was on the money.

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  2. I agree Hunter. Cassandra hit it dead on (no pun intended…) (OK, maybe it was intended)…

    🙂

    But the director has sent over a handful of auditions, and she really impressed me in the role. She’s a really good actress and I think her gothic look fits the role perfectly.

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