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‘Son of the Wolf’ casting call answered

‘Son of the Wolf’ casting call answered

Three indigenous actors answered the call to play roles in Joel Reisig’s cinema rendition of Jack London’s collection of stories of the Klondike ‘Son of the Wolf.’ Filming for the production of Jack London’s ‘Son of the Wolf’ began in the middle of July with several casting calls for indigenous actors and actresses. Richard Wemigwans

Three indigenous actors answered the call to play roles in Joel Reisig’s cinema rendition of Jack London’s collection of stories of the Klondike ‘Son of the Wolf.’

Filming for the production of Jack London’s ‘Son of the Wolf’ began in the middle of July with several casting calls for indigenous actors and actresses.

Richard Wemigwans will play Chief Thling-Tinneh of the Sticks and the land of Tanana, who serves as the ruler of the salmon, bear, moose and caribou. Zek Meirthew will play Makwa “the bear,” who is a member of the largest clan, whose members thick black hair doesn’t grey with age. Marquis McAdam will play Wagoosh “the fox,” as an inconspicuous character that chooses cunning over brute strength.

Jack London is known for his stories “Call of the Wild” and “White Fang,” but this production while under the title of his novelette, will embody the best of London’s writing.

Producer Joel Reisig has done over 20 movies which he has sold to Netflix, Red Box, and Walmart and wanted this production to include the indigenous roles depicted in the novelette.

“Jack London’s stories deserve to be seen. ” said Reisig.

The story is full of dogs, wolves, boxing, knife fighting, a bear and much more as the anticipated film holds a release date to be determined.

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