Background casting for upcoming scenes in The Night Shift, a new NBC television series filming in Albuquerque.
White Turtle Casting is looking for all different looks, ethnicities, cowboys and cowgirls, interesting character faces, men with the big moustaches and beards, Texas looks, amputees, gangsters, punk – EVERYTHING. Nothing is too out there.
Title your email, “NIGHT SHIFT BACKGROUND”. Please make sure your ONE email submission contains ALL of the following:
Name, current contact number, height, weight, current picture of yourself (no blurry or artsy photos, just YOU and what you REALLY look like). Also, please include your availability, e.g., available 24/7, or only available Mon-Wed, etc.
At San Antonio Memorial, those who work the 7pm – 7am shift are a special breed. Welcome to the night shift, where every day is a fight between the heroic efforts of saving lives and the hard truths of running a hospital. After a grueling tour of duty in Afghanistan, adrenaline junkie TC Callahan became accustomed to combat, but he could have never guessed that his toughest battles would be fought right here at home. TC and his irreverent team of late night docs know how to let off steam with the casual prank or two, but when lives are at stake, they are all business.
Unfortunately, the night shift is now under new management, and boss Michael Ragosa is more interested in cutting costs than helping people. But TC has never met a rule he couldn’t break, or a person he won’t stand up to. And it’s clear that not even Jordan, TC’s ex-girlfriend and now Ragosa’s second in charge, has a chance at keeping him in line. If Ragosa wants a war… he’ll get one.
Executive producers/writers Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah (“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”).
The “B*tch” is back…aka The B’ in Apt. 23, the always darkly loveable Krysten Ritter (most beloved in the heart of this Blogette as “Apology Girl” in Breaking Bad) is heading back to New Mexico to shoot her upcoming feature film, “Search Party”.
Be sure to get in on this wide ranging background talent opportunity!
Shoot dates: Will be a Monday – Friday schedule from 6/18/13 – 6/2713. Various time requirements depending on role cast in.
Shoot times: Times vary depending on role cast in. Extras should be prepared to work a 12 hour+ day on the day chosen.
Shoot location: Albuquerque, NM
Compensation: NON-UNION Extra Rate is TBD but will be minimum wage or higher. Overtime will be paid after 8 hours. Lunch and snacks provided.
EXTRAS: male and female, all ethnicities, all ages!! We will be primarily be seeking HISPANIC talent for this.
Some specific types include:
-Mexican Playground Kids (ages 4-12)
-Quinceanera Bday Girl (Hispanic)
-Quinceanera Family Members and Friends
-Skid Row types (homeless, vagrants)
-Photographers (with experience and camera)
-Mexican Soccer Kids (ages TBD but should know how to play soccer)
-Beautiful Hispanic Women
-Gas Station Customers
–and many other general extra roles!
Overall Talent Considerations: NO professional acting experience required! NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Your OLC talent profile and photos MUST be UP TO DATE within the last 6 month! Children under 18 MUST have updated photos taken within the past 3 months!
HOW TO SIGN UP: (*If you are already in the OLC database, DO NOT create new profile -just make sure your current profile is up to date!!) You do not need to submit specifically for this project, you will automatically be considered.
Submissions to our website ASAP at: www.onlocationcasting.net. Enter on Talent, Click Register and Talent Application. Complete application and upload 1-2 photos. It is FREE to register so you should NOT pay for the suggested ‘active’ account upgrades that will be offered twice a month. There is NO charge and you can be booked for work with the basic ‘not-active’ profile. DO NOT PAY FOR AN ‘active’ ACCOUNT!!!
Recent photos of yourself should be taken within the past (6) months. Please submit one head/face shot and one full body shot if possible.
**PHOTOS should be of clear good quality, facing forward to camera, NO sunglasses, NO hats, NO silly gestures or faces, and should include ONLY those being submitted for the project.
If you have additional questions about this project or On Location Casting – please feel free to email us at: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com with subject line “Search Party”.
Enter on Talent, Click Register and Talent Application. Complete application and upload 1-2 photos. It is FREE to register so you should NOT pay for the suggested ‘active’ account upgrades that will be offered twice a month. There is NO charge and you can be booked for work with the basic ‘not-active’ profile. DO NOT PAY FOR AN ‘active’ ACCOUNT!!!
-Recent photos of yourself (taken within the past six months)
-**PHOTOS should be of clear good quality, facing forward to camera, NO sunglasses, NO hats, NO silly gestures or faces, and should include ONLY those being submitted for the project.
-In the “”Referred By section please list Enemy Way
If you have additional questions about this project or On Location Casting – please feel free to email us at: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com
SANTA FE—The New Mexico State Film Office announced Thursday that two (2) Town Hall meetings are scheduled to take place in Carlsbad, NM on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 and in Clovis, NM on Thursday, October 25, 2012. These Town Halls continue the series of meetings that took place in Las Cruces, Ruidoso, Roswell, Raton, Gallup and Farmington earlier this year. The NM Film Office anticipates holding other town hall meetings in Silver City and Taos.
The Town Halls are intended to provide an open forum for each community to share information about their educational programs, film related businesses, and issues of concern. Attending from the NM Film Office are Director Nick Maniatis; Outreach Programs Manager Dirk Norris and contract Locations Coordinator Don Gray.
Prior to each Town Hall meeting, participants will have an opportunity to have their head shot (photograph) taken which will be given to casting agents in New Mexico. Those who already have a headshot are encouraged to bring them to the Town Hall meeting and fill out the casting call registration form.
The Town Halls are free and open to all, including students, local filmmakers, businesses, and the public. The NM Film Office is collaborating with local film liaisons, schools, and chambers of commerce in conducting these events. The schedule is as follows:
CARLSBAD TOWN HALL
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Location: NMSU Carlsbad Campus Auditorium (room 153) – 1500 University Drive,
Carlsbad, NM 88220
Contact: Shaye Coats, Carlsbad Department of Development (575) 887-6562
6:00 pm – Submit your headshot & resume for disto. to local casting directors
7:00 pm – Welcome and Introductions
7:15 pm – State of the NM Film Industry
7:30 pm – Question and Answer session
CLOVIS TOWN HALL
Thursday, October 25, 2012 Location: Clovis Civic Center,
801 Schepps Boulevard, Clovis, NM 88101
Contact: Nick Mondragon, Clovis/Curry Chamber of Commerce (575) 763-3435
5:00 pm – Submit your headshot & resume for disto. to local casting directors
6:00 pm – Welcome and Introductions
6:15 pm – State of the NM Film Industry
6:30 pm – Question and Answer session
There is no RSVP necessary and surrounding communities are encouraged to participate in the discussion. The expected time frame for each town hall is approximately two (2) hours. For more information on the 2012 Film Industry Town Hall meetings and other NM Film Office announcements, please visit www.nmfilm.com or call (505) 476-5600.
READ MORE FROM CARLSBAD CURRENT-ARGUS – HERE
SANTA FE/ALBUQUERQUE, NM Notice – Feature Film “2 Guns“.
For multiple work dates between 8/20/12-9/4/12. MUST have flexible schedule to be able to work as many days as needed during this timeframe.
IMMIGRANTS & COYOTES: male and female, Hispanic, age range 18-70, interesting faces, some cowboy/vaquero types, peasant types, etc. MUST know how to swim as you will be wading through the river in some scenes (as if crossing the border).
Locations vary between Santa Fe and Rio Chama/Abiquiu.
If selected – you will be required to pass a swim test (two laps -100 yards- without touching the bottom of the pool and swimming while holding your head out of the water) on Tuesday 8/14/12 between 9am-11am. If you pass the swim test you will also be sent to a wardrobe fitting on the same day.
Pay rate is $72.00 for 8 hours ($9.00/hour) with an 8 hour guarantee and time & 1/2 after 8 hours. Additional amount (TBD) will be paid for water work.
You MUST have full day availability (12+ hours) during entire shoot schedule, be in OLC database and be willing to self-travel to either Santa Fe or Rio Chama locations. (no mileage reimbursement)
Post here if in OLC database & available. We will call to book you!! Please DO NOT post unless you are 100% available for work on swim test/fitting and work dates. **DO NOT POST IF YOU DO NOT FIT THESE SPECS!!*
OK to repost for others who fit the descriptions and might be interested in working, however they will need to complete a talent application at www.onlocationcasting.net
Still looking for Mexican men, local to Moab area, to work as Farmhands.
Tentative work date is Tuesday, July 10th.
Must be available all day. The look production needs is actual Mexican men with a grizzled/weathered look. The type of person that looks like they could have been working years on the farm or a ranch in the sun doing manual labor.
If this is you, or you know someone that matches this, please submit an email to Tontocast@yahoo.com with Name, Contact phone # and a recent photo.
Just days after social net gossip placed Johnny Depp and/or Depp-like forces at work in the Q, the following casting notice for the star’s upcoming New Mexico film has been released, confirming there will be an Albuquerque Metro shoot, in addition to the Shiprock, NM area filming:
The western movie “Silver Bullet” is looking for Asians, men women and children, to work as extras in scenes being shot in the Albuquerque Area.
EG Casting will be holding a special casting call for Asians to meet with the casting director, Elizabeth Gabel.
When: Saturday February 4
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Far Horizon Studio
304 Washington SE
Judy Bell brings over thirty years film industry experience to the newly formed New Mexico casting company, Santa Fe Cinema Casting.
Partnered with Santa Fe businessman and producer Ord Morgan, Bell has launched a new casting registration database for New Mexico, online now.
The pair are currently developing a New Media Summit projected for the fall of 2012, centering on the latest in technology, new media experts and industry pros who are moving into that arena.
Regarding film production in New Mexico and beyond, Bell tells us, “We still have a ways to go to overcome the harm done by the administration, and the economy and declining box office are changing the face of the entire entertainment industry”, but goes on to share the sentiments of many saying, “I expect 2012 to see an upsurge in filming now that Santa Fe Studio is open and the furor over the rebate program has died down.”
Since starting the first Casting & Production Services company in San Diego as a native Californian, Bell has been ensconced in the world of film in every position from production to wardrobe and casting to craft service, on low budget/no budget projects to major studio productions, infomercials and commercials.
With Org, Bell is currently developing an NM web series and feature films. Santa Fe Cinema Casting company is online now and open for registration.
SFCC expects to hold its first open call sometime in the first quarter of 2012.
I’ve been acting and in love with the film biz since childhood and it seems that some people are just born into it. It has to be a passion in order to keep working, pushing, believing, suffering, and hoping, as it’s a tough business. Being a creative person is a gift but it also requires freedom from regimentation so you have to be willing to take risks and suffer the consequences.
I want to see the new studio stages filled and work opportunities for people in the Santa Fe area. This will improve tourism and global recognition as a vital economic center beyond its reputation as a world class art center.
- Judy Bell
The film tells the story of Dutch twin sisters who travel to America looking for their long lost mother, played by Holly Hunter. Carice van Houten and Jelka van Houten are cast in the roles of the sisters, Antoinette Beumer directs. – ABQ Journal
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Casting FEMALE HARLEY RIDERS for Feature Film “Jackie” – Principal & Extras roles
From On Location Casting:
We are currently casting the Extras & Featured Extras for the feature film “Jackie” and are working in conjunction with our Principal Casting Director, Angelique Midthunder, to put together a great group of FEMALE BIKERS.
We will be holding a joint casting call in Albuquerque on Saturday 11/5/11 for both Principal and Extra FEMALE HARLEY RIDER roles. (NO OTHER ROLES WILL BE SEEN ON THIS DAY!)
Please help us spread the word to any women you know who would fit our casting specs and who might be interested in these roles in our film.
FEMALE, All ethnicities, ages 18+, biker types with own biker clothing. MUST own your own Harley Davidson bike and be a good rider. **Please be aware that for this scene, you will be portrayed as a Lesbian Biker Chick group so if you have any issues with that type of content you may not want to participate.
If chosen for a Principal (speaking) role – pay rate is $825.00/8 hours.
If chosen for Extra (non-speaking) roles – pay rate is TBD between $100 – $150 or so to include your own bikes
Casting will take place on Saturday 11/5/11 at 12:00pm (Noon!) in the downtown Albuquerque area.
If you or anyone you know might be interested, please email us ASAP with a RECENT photo of yourself AND your Harley, along with your first & last name and a contact number. We will email you the address of the audition once we are able to view your photos. Email address: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com – use subject line BIKER CHICK AUDITION
**PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL US FOR ANY OTHER ROLES on this project at this time!!! Thanks!!**
Blaze You Out is looking for men and women, 18 and over, to work as background actors for a club scene that will be shooting on September 15 at Buffalo Thunder Resort near Espanola.
If you are interested in being on a movie set as an extra please send a current color picture of yourself along with your height/weight/age/where you live/phone number to: email@example.com
This is a non-paying job but there will be prizes (iTunes gift cards) raffled off during the evening. Lunch will be served as well as snacks.
Blaze You Out is a film that focuses on a young woman’s journey to locate her missing sister in the heart of a brutal underworld controlled by the heroin trade. The story takes place in the beautiful Esperanza Valley in Northern New Mexico, a basin which belies an underlying sickness, a sinister insidious spiritual downfall caused by decades of drug use; but the protagonist’s journey into this brutal battleground ultimately releases the lurking demons and restores hope.
The film stars Elizabeth Pena (La Bamba) and Q’orianka Kilcher (The New World)
Das Auto guy, aka most grotesque use of a wood chipper on film guy is set to be muy peligroso in the New Mexico action/western Film “The Last Stand”.
Peter Stormare is no stranger to the villain’s seat, known for his roles in Fargo, The Big Lebowski, Minority Report and Armageddon, where even if he isn’t playing THE Bad Guy he’s freaking unnerving at every turn!
Variety reports Stormare, “would play Burrell, a war vet who is commissioned by the main villain to lead an eight-man crew and take out the sheriff and his team.”
Ji-woon Kim will direct Schwarzenegger, Stormare and Austin all recently announced to star in this, the film career comeback vehicle for Schwarzenegger – in which he’ll play the small town sheriff taking on a powerful drug cartel.
The location casting director on this project is the esteemed Jo Edna Boldin (True Grit, No Country For Old Men, Sunshine Cleaning, Terminator Salvation, +++).
Local extras/background casting and crew details expected soon for the “The Last Stand”, set to begin production in Valencia county next month for a January 2013 release!
We are now casting Paid EXTRAS for the Feature Film “JUST LIKE A WOMAN” starring Sienna Miller, filming in ALBUQUERQUE & SANTA FE, NM until the end of July.
Some specific types we are seeking include:
For work on Friday – 7/15/11 in JEMEZ SPRINGS:
- Bar Patrons: mostly male but will include a few female, caucasian/hispanic/native american, ages 30-65, Western types, interesting character faces
For work on Monday – 7/18/11 at ZIA PUEBLO:
-Native American Grandmother: female, Native American, ages 50-75
-Native American Woman: female, Native American, ages 20-40
-Native American Children: male & female, Native American, ages 8-12
All Extra roles are PAID. Rate for Extras in Albuquerque and Jemez Springs is $64.00 for 8 hours ($8.00/hour) plus time and 1/2 after 8 hours. Rate for Extras in Santa Fe is $78.80 for 8 hours ($9.85/hour) plus time and 1/2 after 8 hours.
We will be looking for specific types of NON-UNION local New Mexico talent to work on this project. NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!!!
IF you fit any of these categories and are available for work on the shoot date for your category, please email us at: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com with the subject line JUST LIKE A WOMAN. Be sure to include your first & last name and working phone number. We will not be calling out to book people until 1-2 days before the scheduled shoot for that scene.
**If you are already registered with us – please DO NOT fill out another profile, you will automatically be considered for this project! PLEASE make sure you log-in to your profile and update all contact information, special skills, resume, vehicle info, etc.
In order to be considered for EXTRA work, you will need to visit our company website at www.onlocationcasting.net and complete a TALENT Application.
Please make sure to upload 1-2 photos to your talent profile. It is FREE to be in our talent files. The optional upgrade offered to an Active talent account brings you many additional marketing benefits and website services, however please note that the optional upgrades are not required in order to work on “Just Like A Woman” or any other OLC project.
**DO NOT CREATE A DUPLICATE PROFILE if you are already in our database – simply update your photo & contact information!! We will ONLY book people who have updated profiles and current photographs!!
From her short-cut role as Victoria in the Twilight Saga to her starring role in the short-lived ABC series Off the Map, Rachelle Lefevre is NM bound.
Rachelle Lefevre has been cast in the lead role for NBC nay NM’s television series pilot, The Crossing, set to begin production March 21.
Elizabeth Gabel is currently casting extras for the series. As we’ve told you many a time before…get in, get online with EG Casting:
There have been a few changes on egcasting (www.egcasting.com), it is very important to check your profile to update it for car color and for military experience. These are important things for many of our projects and can help you get hired on a production.
We are casting [the] new TV pilot, “The Crossing” a western. If you are a man and would like to be in the crossing, please grow out your facial hair and email a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Women need to have long hair. If you have not completed your profile please do so as soon as possible to be considered. Please remember that you if you do not upload a photo and all of your information I cannot hire you. This is the process:
Click Create New Account Get password in email( check Junk mail if it does not come to your regular box) Log In with user name and password Click on My Account Click Edit Click User Profile Upload photo and information (if the photo is too large, please resize it by resaving it) Click Save at the bottom of the page. You can only have one account per each email address. Hope to see you on set
soon. – Elizabeth Gabel
UPDATE 3/15/11: Now casting for 18 year old males who could play 16 in the feature film Goats. Needed by tomorrow night for a fitting. They will work Friday and maybe Saturday. Email ASAP please email@example.com.
UPDATE 3/2/11: Goats Casting Call for boys and men who can pass for 14-18 years old prep school students. Tomorrow at noon at Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque, NM.
Note: Come clean shaven, hair groomed. Think Prep School. Ready to meet Director who will be picking actors on the spot. Noon to 3pm.
6000 Pan American Freeway NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Goats starring Graham Phillips, and David Duchovny is looking for school aged looking adults to play as private school attendees and also administrators and teachers. Please send current headshots and resume including age and wardrobe sizes asap to firstname.lastname@example.org. Shooting starts March 12th. This is a paid extra’s job.
WHO: New Mexico Film Industry Professionals, our State Legislators, YOU (anyone interested in how movies are made)
WHAT: Everything you always wanted to know about the film industry in New Mexico; a chance to meet people working in the industry, and get your foot in the door.
HOW MUCH: FREE!
We will be having the largest casting call that New Mexico has ever seen in which ALL of New Mexico’s working Casting Directors and SAG franchised Talent Agents and/or their representatives will be present. If you would like to be a movie “Extra” in MARVEL’s “AVENGERS” or on the Television shows BREAKING BAD or IN PLAIN SIGHT (filmed in Albuquerque area) or any future feature films to be shot in New Mexico, all of the Casting Directors and Extras Casting will be on site to meet you, including EMMY nominated casting directors Jo Edna Boldin CSA and Angelique Midthunder CSA.
Photographers will be there to take your headshots for our database for FREE. A representative from the Screen Actors Guild will also be there to answer your questions about working as a professional actor in the local film industry. (10am – 3pm )
ACTING CLASSES: Intensive with actress Lora Cunningham (acting credits include: Nip/Tuck, Book of Eli, Breaking Bad, In Plain Sight) Every hour on the hour; in the casting tent.
“EXTRAs 101″ & “How to be a Stand In” CLASSES: If you have never been on a movie set before this class will teach you everything from the basics & set etiquette to how to become a stand in and photo double for leading actors. Every hour on the half hour; in the casting tent.
STUNT DEMONSTRATIONS: Informational by AL GOTO the state’s premiere stunt coordinator (over 200 credits including BREAKING BAD, IN PLAIN SIGHT, SCOUNDRELS, MACGRUBER)
HAIR & MAKE UP DEMONSTRATIONS: Everything from glamorous beauty make up for movie stars to blood and gore of special effects make up. By Katie Doughit (credits include: THOR, COMANCHE MOON, 3:10 to YUMA, LEGION) Experience a real movie set make up trailer where you could be chosen to get glamor make up or gory wounds!
WARDROBE: Come see movie costumes from films shot all around New Mexico from futuristic to present day contemporary to historical 1800′s and everything you can imagine. Costumers Aleah Ames, Paula Trujillo, Claire Sandrin, Debra Chapman & Kate Czark will be presenting and answering questions.” Emmy Award Winning Costume Designer Cathy Smith will be presenting and some of her spectacular Native American costumes will be on display.”
SPECIAL EFFECTS: Movie FX demos and information
EDITING: Post production classes / demonstration – how movies are edited and put together.
ADMISSION AND ALL DEMONSTRATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS ARE FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The plot revolves around Emma, a foster kid who follows her heart o’ gold on the search for her long lost identical twin sister. Emma learns her sister Sutton, who’s been adopted by wealthy parents, is missing and commences on this quest of a lifetime…
Sure as those shoes work with that bag, and the dress is a yes – a must for any seriously aspiring New Mexico actor is to make sure you’re registered with EG Casting.
Featured in industry periodicals and favored by many of our biggest ‘big deal’ productions…
Elizabeth Gable heads the agency that has cast background, extras and stand-ins for 3:10 to Yuma, No Country For Old Men, Terminator: Salvation, and The Book of Eli among many, many more…including the highly anticipated New Mexico mega pic COWBOYS & ALIENS – coming to theaters July 2011.
Gabel has upcoming commercial, film & television projects that her agency will apply their professional touch to – more than just a great experience, but quality casting opportunities are within your reach.
We have it on good authority that EG Casting is working with an award-winning producer as you peruse this, getting set to shoot a local project that will employ many who will be hand selected by the agency and the producer.
If you’re serious about getting into productions or want bona fide, resume & reel building experience be sure you’re in with EG.