We Thrive Print Campaign - Many TYPES

We Thrive Print Campaign - Many TYPES

Casting 911 - We Thrive Print Campaign.

Seeking many, many types, NYC Print Campaign - We Thrive.

You will be required to go by the midtown Manhattan Advertising Agency, Wednesday, February 24 for a quick in person look. You must be available February 28, 29 or March 1st for the photo shoot. $400 if they chose to take your photo. An additional $600 if they end up using you in the final campaign.

Paid Print Ad - Older Latino Men and Women Needed

Casting Print Campaign to bring awareness to elder abuse.

Seeking:  Latino Men and Women. 70 and above. Very mature, lived in faces. The more life on the face the better.

Please send a recent candid picture of yourself.

No Acting Experience necessary.

Important: If you are not right for this campaign, think about submitting your parents or grandparents. No prior acting experience really necessary as this will be a photo shoot. Just have them send a very recent picture of themselves.

PAY - $750 - Flat Fee

Project is CAST.

Casting - Film Projects

 
 

This is not a Red Wall Production.

My friend and fellow filmmaker Randy Dottin is casting again. He's producing shorts for 2 filmmakers at New York Film Academy and they're in need of your talent!!

NERDLAND

Logline: A nerdy young man lies to his mom about his new girlfriend panics when she's invited to meet the family.

Synopsis: Benji is a 22-year-old neurotic Jewish boy studying his schoolwork at a quiet bench in the park. He’s enjoying the peace and solitude until Meisha rudely (at least in Benji’s mind) interrupts it. When Meisha makes some snarky remarks about Holden Caulfield (“Cather in the Rye”) it hits a little to close to home for Benji. A debate ensues until Meisha pushes Benji to be less like Holden and finally stand up to his overbearing Jewish mother.

Benji - A thin college age white male who's a neurotic Jewish boy.

Meisha - Young African American woman with a big personality. Braids or dreads a plus. (Early 20's)

Jewish Mother - Benji's overbearing mom who calls and controls his life. The mother scene is a short phone call.

PHUB LIFE

Logline: A couple fed up with cell phone technology must run for their lives as the world around them descends into a cell phone-obsessed trance.

Stephen: Early 20s, charming but judgmental at times. He believes we're all becoming slaves to our cell phones and it bothers him.

Fran: Stephen's girlfriend. She agrees with him, though not as passionately. Fran's greatest virtue is her ability to see the good in all situations.

Send headshots/resumes/reels to: CASTING ENDED

 

Casting

This is Not A Red Wall Production.

Friend and fellow filmmaker Jason Hood is casting his web series - A Pair of Normals. Jason has a web series currently running called “Life After Fat”

Please contact him for any and all information - auditions closed!

SAG new media project, these roles will be paid, auditions will be in October.

Seeking:

Iris: late 20s-early 30s, tall, skinny, awkward, twitchy. Deer in the headlights look. Reacts viscerally to things, tries to act composed but the millions of anxieties swimming around her head tend to bubble to the surface. Kind of like Kristen Wiig playing an Aubrey Plaza character, or Kristen Stewart playing a self-aware parody of herself. Iris is a divorced Youtube psychic who begins the series moving in with her grandmother after release from a mental hospital. Kind of gothy/witchy in appearance, like Stevie Nicks, Dee Dee Penny, or Florence Welch. Likes to hide under layers of black clothing.

Betty: early 20s, short, maybe a bit curvy. Also awkward but in a messy, uncoordinated way as opposed to Iris's hyper-self-awareness. Her self-confidence comes from posturing like Kanye West, and has a strong determination to succeed, even though she has no idea what she's doing. Betty is a destitute college dropout who makes ASMR videos and moves in with Iris after the two hit it off at a vlogger meetup. Looks like a 1980s midwestern housewife with huge glasses, a big rat's nest of hair, and oversized novelty sweaters, which unintentionally looks trendy/hipster in 2015

Xööüëë: early 20s, short-ish and skinny. Aesthetics are important to her. Voice wise she kind of sounds ditsy and drags her words out. May have a vocal fry. And every sentence she says comes up at the end like a question? Her real name Ramona, she's an old acquaintance of Betty's who drags Betty along on adventures and they form a rap duo. Super trendy, kind of ridiculous Bushwick scene style-wise, lots of crazy colors. Looks a bit like Grimes, Charli XCX, MIA