Taraji P. Henson movie “Best of Enemies” seeks an African American choir

The movie “Best of Enemies,” starring Taraji P. Henson, needs an African American choir for a scene filming later this month.

You’ll need to be available June 21-23 and 26-29. Everyone involved must be 18 or older. Casting folks would like to see photos of your group and a performance video, if you have one. Send that info plus your choir’s experience and a contact and number they can use to reach you to Submissions@CatrettCasting.com with CHURCH CHOIR in the subject line.

“Enemies” explores “North Carolina’s decision to integrate black and white schools,” according to casting info sent to us previously.

The project marks a return to Atlanta for Henson, who portrayed brilliant NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson in Atlanta-filmed and Oscar-nominated “Hidden Figures.”

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