168 Hour Film Festival Auditions

Bright and early this morning I arrived in Burbank for the 168 Hour Film Festival Auditions.  The 168 Hour Film Festival is a faith-based competition that allots production teams 168 hours, or one week, to make a short film. Audition time slots are 30 seconds long, and instead of a monologue, actors are asked to tell a story about themselves. 

There, I met my good friend and fellow actor, Tawny Mertes, who was also auditioning that morning.  Tawny and I both were scheduled for 8:15 am auditions. Here we are outside the audition room:

Jennifer Keller and Tawny Metes at 168 Film Festival Auditions

Jennifer Keller and Tawny Metes at 168 Film Festival Auditions

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