ONLINE CLASS (11am PT / 2pm ET): Special Indie Film Intensive with Filmmaker David Spaltro

Date: Fri 7/17 @ 2pm ET / 11am PT

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You will receive a Zoom link and instructions at least 6 hours before the beginning of class. Please check your spam and promotions folder. If you still do not see the email, please email us at! If you sign up for the class the day before or the day of, please also email us so we can provide you with your Zoom link.

David has been working on an upcoming Feature Film and a TV miniseries with MANY roles left to be cast! 

See the breakdowns below! 


[ERIC BRUHL] 30', broad, shaggy, "former athlete" who can't hang up the skates no matter how badly his body is unable to continue. He was a young hockey star and prospect, pushed by a determined and borderline abusive father, before a bad car accident took it all away. He's given in to depression and frustrations, running his now passed dad's sports bar,  dealing with a failed marriage and bad relationship with his kids that mirrors his own family demons. Guarded, hardened, but still believes in the game and in family.

[FRANKIE MUNROE] 30's, a former local beauty queen, smart, tough and salt of the earth. Eric's high-school sweetheart, ex-wife and mother of his children; they have had a rollercoaster relationship always anchored by true love, but a lot of frustrations and endless fighting. They continue to sleep together on occasion, despite their long time separation, and Frankie pushes him to be the man she believes he can be, and a better and more supportive father to their kids than the one he had.

[DANNI JONES] 20's, beautiful, athletic, fast and tough as nails; she's Eric's younger half-sister from his father's short lived second marriage, taken by her birth mother to Chicago when she was just a child because of her father's toxic alcoholism and rages, but not before he helped train her as a goalie and get her hooked on hockey like Eric. Obsessed with the sport and in a personal rut, she leaves a bad relationship, her job and life in Chicago to return home to reconnect with her family and take a stab at playing the game she adores.


The only things you need are :

- Reliable Internet (Ethernet or Fast WiFI)

- A Laptop/Desktop computer is recommended (Phones/Tablets are doable)

- Quiet Room/Space

Please go to MY ACCOUNT to create your One on One Webpage. Be sure to upload your headshot and enter in your credits. It's especially important so that the film director for this workshop can view your online resume ahead of time.

Look out for your sides assignments to be posted under "class sides" approximately 2 - 3 days prior to class.

***Class Structure is subject to change.


You MUST have a reliable internet connection in order to have the optimal experience. One on One will NOT credit you if your class experience is affected by internet or technical issues on your end.

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If you sign up for an Online Class the day of, you must email so you can be sent the Zoom link for the class.

One on One is proud to offer our online classes with casting directors in both NYC & Los Angeles. The start time of the class along with the respective time zone is listed clearly on the class page. It is your responsibility to mark your calendars accordingly. One on One will NOT credit you if you did not take the time zone of the class into account.

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About David Spaltro

David Spaltro is a NYC based, award filmmaker and producer for the last ten years. He wrote, directed and produced his first feature "...Around", self-funded on a few dozen credit cards, premiered at TriBeca Cinemas in 2008 and was widely critically acclaimed and distributed by Cinetic Media on Netflix, Amazon, and airing on PBS in 2010. His follow-up feature also written, directed and produced through his company Wandering/Cut Films, "Things I Don't Understand" attended over 60 film festivals in the US and internationally in 2012, winning over 25 Best Feature/Audience Awards and a dozen honors for acting, writing, and direction. Spaltro recently wrote and directed the horror film "Dark Exorcism" for Seven Oaks Films, which premiered in competition at the 2015 Tallgrass Film Festival, and is currently available through Breaking Glass Pictures on Amazon, Itunes, VOD and DVD. Spaltro is currently developing his 3rd feature, the romantic drama with a sci-fi twist "Wake Up in New York", an adaptation of the gothic horror novella "A Short Stay in Hell" by Steven Peck, and the limited series TV pilot "Welcome to Hockey Town".

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Applicants must be 18 years or older.