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Feature film seeks local extras

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The film "A Sort of Homecoming" is holding an open call for extras on Monday, February 3 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

All Lafayette residents 18 and older are invited to attend the casting at the Staybridge Hotel, located at 128 E. Kaliste Saloom Road. If possible, attendees should bring a self-photo.

"A Sort of Homecoming" will be filming in Lafayette throughout February at multiple locations around town. The film features several well-known young actors, including Laura Marano of the Disney Channel's "Austin & Ally," Katherine McNamara from "Kickin It" and Shayne Topp from "So Random."

The award-winning screenplay is written by Lafayette native Lynn Reed and produced by Marcus and Yvette Brown of Believe Entertainment. The film prominently features Lafayette and the world of high school speech and debate. "A Sort of Homecoming" is directed by Maria Burton.

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