The feature lacrosse film “Crooked Arrows” will be holding auditions for lacrosse athletes in Hempstead, N.Y. and other tri-state area locations Friday to Sunday, June 10 to 12.
Reebok will be sponsoring the event, which drew over 400 players last weekend at the Final Four in Baltimore.
Crooked Arrows is a story about a young Native American man rediscovering his purpose in life by coaching a rag-tag reservation lacrosse team to the local prep championship. Backed by an all-star team of movie folk, who boast 50 feature films to their credit, it looks to be the next big hit of the sports movie world.
The producers will be casting primarily male athletes 18 and over for principal roles, but will also be seriously considering exceptional 14-17 year olds of both sexes. Athletes under 14 are participating in a skills clinic and will be considered for casting in cameo roles and as extras.
The casting calls will take place at Hempstead High School on June 10, starting at 4 p.m. To learn more, read a full story about the casting on .