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Get Your Casting On at New Mexico Film & Media Day – Feb. 22 2013

Posted by on February 5, 2013


“The biggest casting session the state has ever seen is going down TOMORROW, February 22, 2013 in Santa Fe (11am-4pm)!
What started out as an open call for six current and future film and television productions has grown to NINE upcoming projects!
Including FOUR Westerns in Santa Fe, an untitled sci-fi, fantasy in Albuquerque, TWO road movies in Rio Rancho and Las Cruces, a gritty thriller set for Deming and Albuquerque AND two TV shows!!!”

Mass Casting Call NM FIlm and Media Day

Rumor has it that at least 4 and up to 7 movies and TV productions will be casting at this one-stop-shop style call at New Mexico Film & Media Day 2013. Mark your calendars and keep watch right here

What we know so far:

Casting directors, film personnel and industry workers and students will be on hand for the all day multi-media event at the state capitol building in Santa Fe, New Mexico on February 22, 2013.

Productions expected to be casting on the day include, Jane Got A Gun, A Million Ways to Die in the West, The Homesman, The Ridiculous Six and hit television series Longmire.

Two more productions that this film fan hadn’t even heard of yet called The Signal and Runaway are also anticipated to be represented.

No specifics are available at this time (believe me, I’ve been hunting for them), but standard audition and casting call protocol should be followed.


While you wait, get on the horn, fire-up your keypad, and/or make the trek up to the roundhouse to respectfully speak to YOUR state representatives. The time is NOW to engage in meaningful dialogue in support of the New Mexico Film Industry – learn more here.

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  • I just saw this and I do not have head shots right now, I really want to go, what do you recommend?

    • Your picture will be taken at today’s casting call. I hope you can make it! Break a leg!

  • p/s: In an effort to ease the parking shortage, the state Transportation Department each year runs free shuttle buses between the Capitol and other spots around Santa Fe. The schedule for the three routes can be found by linking to the Legislative Shuttle Schedule at the department’s website: http://nmshtd.state.nm.us/upload/images/Legislative_Session_Shuttle_Schedule2011.pdf. NOTE: bus service ends @ 7 PM

  • Parking for Film & Media day or legislative hearings? Try the parking structure just west of the Roundhouse (entrance on Galisteo Street north of Paseo de Peralta) – 300 free, first-come, first-served spaces available.

  • pianist Hoyle Osborne plays piano on-screen in “Cowboys & Aliens” – versatile musician with deep knowledge of historic American music styles
    singer and songwriter Jane Voss – dynamic voice and presence – one of her original songs was the title and theme of one of the last albums by Dave Van Ronk, whose life story is the basis for “Inside Llewyn Davis”

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