‘Your Voice in My Head’ Needs Your Residential Loft for the Movie

Posted on: September 23rd, 2013 at 6:00 am by
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Stanley Tucci and Emma Watson want so badly to film in your apartment. Let them in. Common knowledge, of course, to anyone living on the Lower East Side where scouting flyers for Your Voice in My Head have been plastered rather ubiquitously. We’ve seen them from the edges of the Bowery as far east as Essex Street. And some are already vandalized. Only problem is, there seems to be a typo – “Emma West” is not in the movie…

Anyway, location scouts are scoping the neighborhood for a “residential loft apartment with a dark interior ambiance but with large windows and a fire escape … in an older building.” Shooting is planned for three to four days in early November, and compensation is available.

Your Voice in My Head is an adaptation of the Emma Forrest memoir, and will be directed by Francesca Gregorini. The story involves a young bi-polar English woman “living the fast life” in New York City, and the selfless psychiatrist who helps save her life.

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