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Today’s NM Film Fix

Posted by on July 31, 2014 | No comments

94 Rock Film Fix

Manhattan has wrapped in northern New Mexico, with an impressive series debut nabbing
nearly two million viewers for its Sunday premiere. The NM production, garnering rave reviews, airs on WGN and is available on Hulu Plus. Catch a rebroadcast of premiere tonight at 8 pm on WGN. See the channel locator on Twitter.

Santa Fe is trying to get The Bachelor to film here…$500,000 to shoot city offering $100,000. What are your thoughts?

Meanwhile…The Messengers is CASTING NOW, we’re anxiously awaiting word on Longmire 4 announcement, Saul will be here through at least October and NBC’s The Night Shift will be back…to shoot its second season, set to air next Spring/May 2015.

TWO, count ‘em TWO major cable network television pilots headed to NM (unofficially)!

“Stanistan” is a USA Network Comedy/Drama Pilot which follows the staff at the American Embassy in the Middle Eastern country as State Department workers, covert CIA officers and journalists strike a delicate balance of danger and absurdity.

The AMC Comedy pilot for “We Hate Paul Revere” is set in Boston, focusing on two brothers who are comically anti early American industrialist & Patriot Paul Revere, starring Ethan Sandler and Adrian Wenner.

Sidebar: Actual civil unrest in the middle east has lead production of the USA Network drama, “Dig” starring Jason Isaacs and Anne Heche to relocate to NM from Israel. The show is about the FBI investigating a murder in Jerusalem. – Local casting info. to follow.

OHI is excited to announce that two esteemed locals are on the roster to produce the upcoming indie “Bare”. Chad Burris and Mateo Fraizer are producing along with Alexandra Roxo and Christopher J. Scott. The film, directed by Natalia Leite is about a young girl living in Nevada who starts a complicated relationship with a female drifter who introduces her to a darker world and forces her to grow. “Bare” will star Imogen Poots, Riley Keough, Dianna Agron, Chris Zylka, Paz de la Huerta and Rachel Korine. MUCH more to come on this one!

Bonus bit: Another hot indie wraps this weekend, but not before one of its stars posted plenty of “from the New Mexico set” pics on her Instagram, here’s a little gallery of Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting on location filming “Burning Bodhi” in NM!

The independent feature, “Season of Starlings” will be holding a live stage read of the ghost movie/bloodless horror film, in Madrid New Mexico. Now casting ages 10 -20, for the August 14 read. Awesome experience and resume builder! Here is the casting call!

BONUS CALL: Toska Productions is casting a short film in Albuquerque. Paid/non-union, LGBTQ and/or people of color, get the hotlink here.

This weekend:
Saturday Sen. Al Franken will be holding a street rally 10am – close, on Sierra St. south of Central on Nob Hill. Meet & greet him, with some food & entertainment. No worries – “This is not a fundraiser”.

Saturday AND Sunday THIS charity photoshoot is not to be missed! Amazing multi-purpose photos you can treasure forever and/or use to land your first or next role in a New Mexico production! Andrea takes gorgeous photographs and for a crazy low price you can have 100 pics to fill your portfolio or jump start your headshot gallery! DO IT! AND you’ll be helping out local homeless children with their back-to-school supplies. Cant’ beat that!

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TV Series Casting Call

Posted by on February 20, 2014 | 4 comments

UPDATE 3/14/2014: Casting Ladies. Looking for Secretaries and Women’s Army Corp and house wives types for reoccurring Extras 20 to 30 years old.

To be considered email a photo and your info to: robertbaxtercasting[at]gmail.com.

UPDATE 3/11/2014: CASTING CALL for MANHATTAN PROJECT Robert Baxter still needs several Men and Women 18 to 45 years old to be on set as Military, Scientists, Female computer techs, Drivers, several Contractors and labor pool. If this is you please send a recent photo and phone number robertbaxtercasting[at]gmail.com.

New Mexico Television Series The Manhattan Project image source

CASTING CALL FOR THE MANHATTAN PROJECT TV SERIES:

Robert Baxter Casting is looking for several Males, Females and Children to play reoccurring extras roles of scientists and their families. Adults 20 to 35 years old, children 2 to 18 years old.

Also seeking Military Police types 18 to 30 years for reoccurring roles.

At least six Male Children 3 to 8 years old are needed for featured roles which require that they have their heads shaved. These boys will be paid Featured rates of 250.00 per day.

If this is you or somebody you know please send pictures and a phone number to robertbaxtercasting[at]gmail.com.

“And thanks Again New Mexico.” -Robert Baxter

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White Sands International Film Fest Student Film Contest

Posted by on February 8, 2014 | Comments Off

WSIFF Student Film Contest

From The Las Cruces Sun-News
Las cruces Sunlife By Andi Murphy

Are you, or do you know, a student who loves to work with video? If so, a local competition provides an opportunity for students to gain some solid experience and a notch in their portfolios — and maybe even win a prize.

The White Sands International Film Festival is hosting, for the second time, a contest for students to create a 30- or 60-second promotional video for the festival, slated for Sept. 3 to 7.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for students at all levels of the filmmaking process,” said David Salcido, the festival’s artistic director, in a press release.

The contest has three categories – middle school, high school and college – and includes students at public and private schools, universities and colleges.

Area students have until March 15 to create their spot for the 2014 White Sands International Film Festival. The film must include the official event logo, the festival dates, the location (Las Cruces) and the website, wsiff.com.

FULL ARTICLE HERE

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New Mexico Film Foundation Launch

Posted by on January 15, 2014 | Comments Off

New Mexico Film Foundation

Former Outreach Programs Manager for the New Mexico Film Office, Dirk Norris has announced the creation of the New Mexico Film Foundation, a non-profit corporation whose mission is “To help support the independent film industry in New Mexico while offering financial assistance and educational opportunities to New Mexico independent film makers.”

While the film industry continues to grow in New Mexico through the efforts of the New Mexico Film Office, programs such as the “New Visions” contract award, “Governor’s Cup” and “Film Maker Intensive,” programs designed to help New Mexico filmmakers, no longer exist. “We have a large community of independent film makers right here in New Mexico,” said Norris, “and the time is now to bring more attention to them, and offer them support.”

Once it gets funding, the New Mexico Film Foundation will offer a variety of grants aimed at helping those creative ‘above the line’ writers, directors, producers and actors that want to tell stories through film and digital media.

Norris said there is tremendous support for the idea of a Film Foundation, and plans are in the works to gain more support by holding a series of social events for film makers throughout the state. Going to various parts of the state where men and women create films will help shine a light on the work they are doing, said Norris.

The New Mexico Film Foundation is a non-profit organization which has partnered with From The Heart Productions to serve as tax exempt fiscal sponsor.

“We are proud to be a fiscal sponsor for the New Mexico Film Foundation. We look forward to working with their filmmakers to create compelling films that make a difference in people’s lives,” said Carole Dean owner and president of From the Heart Productions. From The Heart Productions is a 501(c) 3 non-profit founded by Carole Dean to help filmmakers get their projects produced.

Information about the New Mexico Film Foundation is available online at www.nmfilmfoundation.org and www.facebook.com/newmexicofilmfoundation


Images via Facebook

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New Mexico Film Industry Invite to Sundance Social

Posted by on January 14, 2014 | One comment

Shoot Santa Fe at Sundance Film Festival

The New Mexico film, Drunktown’s Finest will be featured at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, but that isn’t the only chance NM has a chance to shine in Park City!

Members of the New Mexico Film Industry are strongly encouraged to RSVP as a guest of Shoot Santa Fe for this free Sundance Film Festival mixer.

The Monday on Main Street reception is a chance for NM filmmakers to invite their guests & associates to mingle and exchange ideas and opportunities in the center of the country’s most revered independent film stage.

RSVP here!

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NM TALENT: Turn out for the New Mexico Film Industry Tune-up

Posted by on December 3, 2013 | 3 comments

EXCLUSIVE EVENT UPDATE:

On Saturday December 7, as a part of the three day New Mexico Film Industry Tune-up, local talent is invited to participate in the first NEW MEXICO SIZZLE REEL shoot in Santa Fe, New Mexico!

“Who travels to the biggest film festivals in the country? Who stands out as the face of New Mexico talent to global filmmakers? YOU DO…or at least you WILL.

Be a part of the first “New Mexico Sizzle Reel” and be showcased around the country and all over the world [via the web] for your part in the state’s great film industry.”

To be featured: Come to Saturday’s event in your own select wardrobe and have a 30 sec monologue prepared. You will be film prepped, put through hair and makeup, lit and shot to be featured in the first “New Mexico Sizzle Reel”, which will be taken to the next Sundance Film Festival, SXSW and distributed to top indie producers all around the country over the next calendar year. Both SAG-AFTRA and non-union talent welcome.

New Mexico Sizzle Reel Talent Featurette

In addition to a top tier casting agent panel, FREE head shots and 30 sec. promo production, prominent state legislators will be on hand at the FREE legislative brunch. The working lunch will host true experts on state production funding. Actual film industry buyers, the people who spend movie millions, will be in attendance to network with your local film related businesses and services. All of this & more at your disposal – for free!

RSVP HERE!

Full Schedule:

FRIDAY DECEMBER 6, 2013
Santa Fe Music Alliance celebration of music in film with bands Sol Fire, To Build A Fire, and DJ’s Bacon and Feathericci from Numbtron ($10 entry, includes food & drink).

SATURDAY DECEMBER 7, 2013
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Continental Breakfast
Meet and Greet and chat with the people who make buying decisions for major motion pictures. – How your business can do more business with the film business.

11:00 AM – 1:30 PM Working Lunch Tobi Ives, Senior Manager of Production, and Rochelle Bussey, Workforce Development Programs Manager, will discuss incentives and resources available through the New Mexico State Film Office.

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Demonstration
Panavision will be demonstrating their newly launched Primo V series lenses.

2:00 PM – 8PM Head Shots
Get your headshot taken for extras casting agents

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM Panel
Casting Session Number One “SO YOU WANNA BE IN MOVIES”

Panelist: Angelique Midthunder, CSA, Elizabeth Gabel, Lorrie Latham

3:45 PM – 5:00 PM Panel
Casting Session Number Two “LIGHT YOUR ACTING CAREER ON FIRE”
Panelist: Kerry Barden, CSA, Angelique Midthunder, CSA, Tamara Decker.

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Reception

6:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Awards Ceremony – Shoot Santa Fe trailer contest grand prize winner to be announced

7:00 PM
Celebration and DJ

SUNDAY DECEMBER 8, 2013

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM Brunch & Panel

2014 Legislative Session Filmmakers Brunch and panel. Law makers discuss the Power of Persuasion and the next 5 years of legislation for film.

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New Mexico Film Industry Town Hall Meeting in Silver City

Posted by on November 4, 2013 | Comments Off

Silver City New Mexico Film Industry Town Hall Meeting

The New Mexico State Film Office (NMFO) will host a Town Hall meeting in Silver City on Wednesday, November 13, 2013. This Town Hall follows a series of Town Hall meetings that took place in Las Cruces, Ruidoso, Roswell, Raton, Clovis and Carlsbad. Film Office Director Nick Maniatis will discuss the state of the film industry including future productions and opportunities available to New Mexico residents. The meetings are intended to provide an open forum for each community to share information about local activity such as educational programs and film related business as well as relaying any issues of concern.

Prior to each Town Hall meeting, participants will have an opportunity to have their headshot (photograph) taken by a representative of the film office which will be given to Extras Casting Directors in New Mexico. This opportunity is for informational purposes only and is not in response to a particular production.

The Silver City Town Hall will be held at the historic Silco Theater and will celebrate the first lighting of the recently installed marquee. The Silco Theater was built in 1923 and served Silver City for many years as a performance and movie theater. In January 2006, the Silver City MainStreet Project re-opened the theater and funds are now being raised to renovate the space into a movie theater again.

Following the Town Hall there will be a special screening of The Making of a Marquee (TRT – 15 minutes). This short documentary provides a brief history of the efforts leading to the installation of the Silver City MainStreet Project’s new Silco Theater marquee.

The Town Halls are free and open to all, including students, local filmmakers, businesses and the general public. The New Mexico State Film Office collaborates with local film liaisons, schools and chambers of commerce in conducting these events.

The schedule for Wednesday, November 13, 2013 is as follows:

Time: 6:00 PM

Location:
Silco Theater
311 N Bullard St.
Silver City, NM 88061

Phone: (575) 534-9005

Agenda:

6:00 pm – Headshots for casting directors

7:00 pm – Welcome and Introductions by George Dworin, Silver City Arts & Cultural District and Tourism Director

7:15 pm – State of the NM Film Industry by Director Nick Maniatis

7:30 pm – Recent Films in Grant County – Arlene Schadel

7:35 pm – Film Locations by Don Gray, NMFO contracted Locations Manager

7:40 pm – Q & A

8:00 pm – Special Screening of The Making of a Marquee

There is no RSVP necessary to attend any of the Town Hall meetings and surrounding communities are encouraged to participate in the discussion. The expected timeframe for the town hall is approximately two hours with Q&A.

For more information on the 2013 Film Industry Town Hall meetings contact Dirk Norris at 505-476-5671 or dirk@nmfilm.com.

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Stars About Town: New Mexico Style

Posted by on October 28, 2013 | Comments Off

Matthew-Broderick-on-location-in-Albuquerque-New-MexicoImages via Youtube & Facebook

Here’s a little GIF of the one and only Matthew Broderick filming, Dirty Weekend on location at the Albuquerque International Airport – where just days ago Disney starlet Bella Thorne was snapped landing in the Q for her New Mexico Film, Big Sky.

Below is Bella’s co-star, Kyra Sedgwick with local actor Vince McDaniel and philanthropist Maurice Muhammad at Vernon’s Steakhouse.

And if you’ve been wondering where George Lopez has been, he too is right here in the Land of Enchantment filming La Vida Robot! Pictured below with Breaking Bad homie/Gomie aka Steven Michael Quezada and on set with actor Chris Ranney.

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Potter turned Designer turns Filmmaker

Posted by on October 24, 2013 | Comments Off

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True to his own vision, Virgil Ortiz is taking his art in yet another direction. The famed potter whose work graces the shelves of everyone from the most avid collector to celebrities and royalty alike, all across the globe, struck out into fashion fame with a wildly successful collaboration with Dona Karen in the early 2000s.

Now the Cochiti Pueblo Native is taking inspiration from his own current pottery series to bring his artistic visions to the silver screen. In his 19 piece eVOlution series of clay sculpture, Ortiz fashions intricate lines into graceful angles representing the New Mexico Pueblos.

Having already translated the storytelling customs of his youth into the visual mediums of clay pottery and high fashion, the two art forms now blend together into the stunning visuals of the Evolution collection – which serve Ortiz as three dimensional representations of the characters he plans to bring to life through film, telling Indian Country Today Media Network, “Evolution,” is a movie script I am writing, my interpretation of the nineteen Pueblos’ revolt, when they came together in 1680 under the direction of the leader Po’pay.”

“The Pueblo revolt is not taught in history classes: with this project, I speak about that first American Revolution, breaking down the script into different series, to make a feature movie about the Pueblo revolt as seen by me, through my characters. It will resemble Star Trek or Star Wars, but with Native characters, and actors—a two-hour movie, with my understanding of history. The movie will give a better story, and get the kids interested, making it easier for them to understand history.”

Read the full article in Indian Country Today here, including the detailed account of the historical basis for the upcoming screenplay, as well as the controversial cultural events Ortiz plans to address in the film.

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Shoot Santa Fe Pilot Project

Posted by on October 23, 2013 | Comments Off

UPDATE 10/28/13: FULL DETAILS AND ENTRY RULES HERE!

Shoot Santa Fe Pilot Project

In Vivian Ward voice, this is big, HUGE!

The die has been cast, and the call has been issued as of now. Independent filmmakers are hereby invited to put their think on producing their best possible work around a TBA themed Santa Fe show pilot.

Submissions will be accepted beginning October 31, 2013. 60 – 90 second entries will first compete for a viewers choice prize of $500, which will be awarded next month. In December a grand prize winner will be selected and given a $25,000 production package to create the full show pilot in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Check-in at SantaFeFilmFestival.com on Monday October 25, 2013 for full contest details.

Go New Mexico!

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Meal & Reel: Indie Film Casting

Posted by on October 11, 2013 | Comments Off

Indie Film NM

Extras Casting Alert:

For this Sunday, October 13th, in Las Vegas, NM, 7am to 6pm. Need 12 to 20 Visibly White Males, Ages 28 to 60, Blond hair preferred Independent Film Project “short” Director is Dan Ireland, “Celebrating 50 Years of Civil Rights.

Non-paid, however, gas receipts will be reimbursed and extras will be fed. Great opportunity for those wanting to network and possibly break in to NM Film.

There are wardrobe requirements, Contact Derek M. Chavez for more information: 505-269-6904

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Michael Douglas on the set of the #NMFilm, The Reach

Posted by on September 18, 2013 | One comment

NMFilm The Reach-Michael Douglas pic

Michael Douglas sets the scene with this quick pic from the New Mexico set of his latest film, “The Reach”.

The star has been on location in the NM desert since last Friday, when the Farmington Daily Times reported that the production will be in the area for the next few months.

The Academy Award winning actor is playing Madec, an arrogant businessman and big game hunter in pursuit of his ultimate prize who hires a young guide, played by Jeremy Irvine (War Horse) to lead him into the American desert. After Madec shoots and kills an innocent man, a game of cat-and-mouse unfolds when the guide refuses to take part in a cover-up.

The film is based on Robb White’s 1972 novel Deathwatch.

The New Mexico production will employ 160 local crew members and 60 local actors and extras, according to the New Mexico Film Office.

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Fox 411: New Mexico the New Hollywood?

Posted by on September 7, 2013 | One comment


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Feature Film Call for REAL Musicians

Posted by on August 23, 2013 | Comments Off

New Mexico Open Call for Real Musicians

Seeking REAL MUSICIANS for SAG feature film, MIDNIGHT SUN, which begins filming in Santa Fe and Los Alamos Sept 30, 2013-end of October.

DIZZY GILLESPIE LOOK ALIKE age 25-30 who can play trumpet well

BASS PLAYER age 25-60 African American musician who can play well

DRUMMER age 25-60 Caucasian musician who can play well

Director: CHRIS EIGEMAN
Producer: ERIC MORRIS
Genre: SAG FEATURE FILM
Production Company: MIDNIGHT SUN

For casting appointment, email your headshot, resume & contact information to:

casting505 @gmail.com.

This is a SAG scale paid position.

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Picture of the Day: It’s Goodbye Time

Posted by on July 31, 2013 | 2 comments

Breaking Bad Thanks AlbuquerqueClick here to enlarge

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EXCLUSIVE: #NMFilm Ushers in new name and top tier Executive Producer

Posted by on July 30, 2013 | 5 comments

Robert Redford to executive produce New Mexico Film DRY LAND

Longtime friend to the New Mexico Film Industry, world renowned actor, director and producer, Robert Redford has signed on to executive produce the New Mexico independent feature film, “DRUNKTOWN’S FINEST” (formerly Dry Land).

Earlier this month the New Mexico Film Office announced that the film would be shooting in Santa Fe, Española and Gallup through early August.

“Drunktown’s Finest” is the story of three Native American teenagers, an adopted Christian girl, a rebellious father-to-be, and a promiscuous friend who strive to escape the hardships of life on an Indian reservation.

The film is directed by Gallup native Sydney Freeland (Hoverboard, The Migration), produced by Santa Fe resident Chad Burris (Splinter, The Killer Inside Me) and Española native Mateo Frazier (Delia, Torcida). The production will employ approximately 20 New Mexico crew members and 20 principals and background talent.

“Drunktown’s Finest” stars New Mexico native Jeremiah Bitsui (Natural Born Killers, Brothers), most recently seen in his very dramatic exit from the Emmy Award winning, AMC series Breaking Bad.

Follow the film’s progress with co-producer Mateo Fraizer here, and be sure to pick-up the New Mexico film, “Blaze You Out” directed by Fraizer, coming to retailers, Amazon and download on Netflix and for rent from Redbox!

Some Twitter pics from the shoot:

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Open Call For Entries: Taos Shortz Film Fest 2014

Posted by on June 26, 2013 | Comments Off

Call for Entries Taos Shortz Film Fest

Come join the hottest shorts film fest in the country. Taos Shortz is dedicated to featuring quality juried short films from around the globe and provide filmmakers with a venue to showcase their work, participate in workshops, panels, and network with fellow filmmakers, media companies, producers and distributors.

This year Taos Shortz is excited to join in the Film Festival Life Community for their online submission service. Film Festival Life is an innovative community based festival submission service, tailored to meet the unique needs for film festivals, filmmakers, and industry professionals.

Do you have a tale to tell? A secret to reveal? A truth that screams to be heard? If you think you have what it takes…

SUBMIT YOUR FILM!
www.taosshortz.com

Looking for some extra money to complete your film in time for our December deadline?? Check out this Taos based crowdfunding site!

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Longmire Casting Native American Background Talent in New Mexico

Posted by on June 17, 2013 | One comment

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OPEN CALL for Native American Extras age 18-65

Location: Santa Fe Area

Compensation: $10.71 per hr.

Project: “Longmire”

Robert Baxter is currently holding an online casting call for Native American “Background” talent for several scenes shooting Friday June 21st, Monday June 24th, Tuesday June 25th and Wednesday June 26th (2013).

If you are interested and available, email a recent picture of yourself and a contact phone number to robertbaxtercasting@gmail.com

For more information Call 505-273-5822

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Feature Film “Search Party” Now Casting in Albuquerque

Posted by on June 17, 2013 | Comments Off

UPDATE 6/18/13: ALBUQUERQUE, NM On Location Casting Notice - Feature Film “Search Party” for work on WEDNESDAY 6/19/13.

–NEW FACES who have not yet been scheduled to work on this project ONLY!!–

Pay rate is $80.00 for 10 hours ($8.00/hour) plus overtime paid after 10 hours. You will also be paid an additional $50.00 for bringing your dog.

We do not have a Call Time yet but it could be VERY early into the morning and go late into the night. You MUST have the whole day/evening open if submitting so that you can work whatever the call time ends up being.

Location is in the ALBUQUERQUE, NM area.

**EXTRAS**
MEXICAN FAMILY MEMBER with DOG: male and female, HISPANIC, age range 18-65, lower to middle class, variety of types and interesting faces. MUST have a VERY well-behaved dog that would be comfortable being on a film set and that is good with other dogs. Looking for more ‘mutt’ type dogs that you won’t mind it getting dirty as we will be out in the dirt all day.

To submit for work – please POST HERE ASAP and you MUST include your first & last name as listed on the OLC database. Please also specify the type of dog you have, it’s age and name.

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT or POST if you don’t fit these casting specs or are not available on the listed work date!! Thanks! Seriously, DON’T do it if you are not right for the role!

**PLEASE DO NOT CALL OUR OFFICE ABOUT THIS BOOKING!!**

**MUST also HAVE A *RECENTLY UPDATED* (within the past 6 months) TALENT PROFILE IN THE OLC DATABASE in order to be booked! If you do not have a profile with us, please go to www.onlocationcasting.net and complete a Talent Application before sending email that you are available. It is FREE to register and you do not have to have a paid ‘active’ account in order to be booked for work

NMFilm Search Party

Search Party “centers on two roommates who go to great and dangerous lengths to save their friend Nardo, who is naked and stranded in Mexico.”

Casting Notice from On Location Casting:

ALBUQUERQUE, NM Casting Notice – Feature Film “Search Party” for work on TUESDAY 6/18/13 and/or WEDNESDAY 6/19/13.

Pay rate is $80.00 for 10 hours ($8.00/hour) plus overtime paid after 10 hours.

We do not have a Call Time yet but it could be VERY early into the morning and go late into the night. You MUST have the whole day/evening open if submitting so that you can work whatever the call time ends up being.

Location is in the ALBUQUERQUE, NM area.

**FEATURED EXTRAS**
SOCCER KIDS: male and female, HISPANIC, age range 8-14, athletic, cute, should know how to play soccer (don’t have to b a pro but should know how to handle a ball)

To submit for work – EMAIL ASAP at: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com with subject line SOCERR KID with your first & last name, contact number, age, parent name and a RECENT photo (taken within the past 3 months). Also specify which work date(s) you are available.

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT or POST if you don’t fit these casting specs or are not available on the listed work date!! Thanks! Seriously, DON’T do it if you are not right for the role!

**PLEASE DO NOT CALL OUR OFFICE ABOUT THIS BOOKING!!**

**MUST also HAVE A *RECENTLY UPDATED* TALENT PROFILE IN THE OLC DATABASE in order to be booked! If you do not have a profile with us, please go to www.onlocationcasting.net and complete a Talent Application before sending email that you are available. It is FREE to register and you do not have to have a paid ‘active’ account in order to be booked for work

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Neil Patrick Harris saddles up for MacFarlane Western in NM

Posted by on May 22, 2013 | Comments Off

UPDATE 7/30/13: EG Casting is looking for a 5-year-old Caucasian boy to work on “A Million Ways To Die in the West” tomorrow, Wednesday July 31, late afternoon. Please email a photo with a phone number to egabel@msn.com.

Neil Patrick Harris Tweets on Santa Fe

New Mexico’s favorite son, Neil Patrick Harris is a man who’s typically hard at work, so it’s no surprise to find him on a unique new film project. This time out the Albuquerque native is taking a turn in a comedy western right here in his homeland!

The “How I Met Your Mother” star recently tweeted an inspiring revelation about Santa Fe, where he’s currently filming with the all star cast of Seth MacFarlane’s “A Million Ways to Die in the West”.

Also saying:

Neil Patrick Harris filming with Seth MacFarlane

This #NM flick is destined to become a comedy classic, scheduled for release on Memorial Day Weekend 2014!

The film also stars Amanda Seyfried, Charlize Theron, Giovanni Ribisi, Liam Neeson, Sarah Silverman, and Seth MacFarlane himself!

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