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29 October 2011, 06:00
Eastern Europeans are needed to feature in a major Hollywood movie being filmed in Oxfordshire later this year.
Casting directors say they need people from countries like Russia and Poland, but are based in Oxfordshire, to be extras in the new movie version of Anna Karenina.
It's set to star Keira Knightley and Jude Law and is being filmed at Didcot Railway Centre in November and December.
They're holding an open casting today (Saturday 29th October)between 10am and 5pm at Cowley Road Methodist Church in Oxford.
They're asked that men have long enough hair as is set in 1870s they had no crops or shaved hair, and have various other criteria for the people they need.