Louis Lamp Sends His Picture to ‘Hollywood’

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In an effort to vary his occupations one step further, Louis Lamp submitted his acting resume after being one of over a hundred individuals to provide the director, Anthony Brownrigg a multi-faceted view of an often stereotyped and transparent type of creature, the Werewolf.

This is the first werewolf film that went to the fans even before the heavy writing began to see what they wanted out of the movie. Changes to the movie itself have been as large as even changing the name. “Devoured” was the original name, and the staff working on the movie have been tight-lipped on what they’ve changed the name to, at the request of the fans.

The fans began assisting Anthony Brownrigg in November of 2004 and now number approximately 160 people. Their task is to address any aspect of werewolves that might reasonably come up in a movie. While the fans don't get any teasers as to what the movie is going to have in it, besides werewolves, they do get feedback on their efforts. Many discussions turn into rather well informed debates, where topics usually wander into the realms of pathology and biology, before climaxing and moving on to various forms of dessert.

Private casting began in early February, to include the fans who participated in giving feedback to the director and writers. Public casting for the film is set to begin in March. Appropriate announcements will be made at that time concerning the methods of submitting resumes.

Louis Lamp is an independent musician that moves at a rapid tempo in any project he gets involved in. This is his first involvement in the film industry. Anthony Brownrigg is the owner of Calypso Blue Studios in Dallas, TX (http://www.calypso-blue.com) and is working as the producer and director of this film from ReQuest Entertainment.

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