Sergeant Young, 25-35, African-American
A former slave, emancipated when he was 15 years old. Young is a well built, confident ,quiet man. He carries a lot of remorse due to his inability to save his mother at the hands of their slave master.
Officer Wilson, 25-35, Caucasian
A sincere, understanding man. Driven by the hatred of his father, Wilson is more accepting then his colleagues. His soul is sad and tortured as he is haunted by the approaching death of his mother.
Young’s Mother, 35-45, African-American
A very loving and protective mother. A life of slavery has broken her spirits, and her son is the only thing she has left to live for.
Bob, 35-60, Caucasian
Bob is a rugged and experienced hunter.
Harvey, 30-55, Caucasian
Harvey is Bob’s brother from the city who comes to visit for a hunting trio with his son, Tim.
Tim, 16-25, Caucasian
Tim is a young man from the city who wants to impress his fatther on the hunting trip.
Redhawk, 30-60, Native American (Apache)
Redhawk is a naturalist Apache hunter, hunting for buffalo with his son.
Blackhawk, 15-30, Native American (Apache)
Son of Redhawk, he has become more accustomed to the white man way of life. He uses a rifle instead of a bow.
Lodging, Travel and meals provided. Shooting will take place over 5 days in Cubero, New Mexico, one day in Ruidosso, NM, and one day at a location to be determined at a later date.
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.
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!
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
6:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Awards Ceremony – Shoot Santa Fe trailer contest grand prize winner to be announced
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.
Come be a part of an incredible project. We’re looking for speaking roles and featured background players!
Synopsis: When a man accused of murder is found not guilty, he quickly discovers that a return to a normal life is impossible. With an entire city hell bent on his destruction, he decides the only way to get his life back is to find the man responsible for the crime and bring him to justice. There’s just one catch…
Production Title: “The Invisible Man”
Project: SAG New Media
Genre: Dark Comedy
Production Location: Albuquerque and Santa Fe
Director/Writer: Joshua Klein
Producers: Lava Buckley, Marcia Woske
Director of Photography: Ariel Rakes
Editor: Reuben Finkelstein
Timeline: A portion of this project will be shot on November 23 and 24, 2013
11 Jurors: Ages 30 and over to deliver the news.
40 Townspeople: Ages 30 and over. Men and Women.
2- Bailiffs: Men in good physical condition.
1 Judge: 50s (Male or Female)
6- Hotel Guests: Men and Women of all ages
Casting will be on November 14, 2013 – 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
At Sol Acting Academy
5500 San Mateo Blvd. NE #114
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Pay is currently volunteer but in addition to being on camera as an integral part of the production, you can win one of several raffle prizes including:
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
As many guests as possible are needed. If you want to participate, please come to the shoot by 3:30 tomorrow afternoon wearing clothing in muted tones (pastels preferred, no brights/reds or black dresses) suitable for a springtime wedding reception.
Please email: Mariahtaylan@hotmail.com if you are coming to provide an accurate headcount as food & refreshments will be provided.
Bring a friend and spread the word, all are welcome who know how to behave on set! Should be wrapped by 6 p.m. Thanks!
Synopsis: Four Hand Bloodstock is a landscape film about Sam, who while dealing with the declining health of his wife, June, interacts with the landscape of New Mexico.
Four Hand Bloodstock plays with the themes of time and space through experimental camera work and sound design to express the transitioning moods of the couples’ experience with June’s awaited journey to death. Four Hand Bloodstock makes the landscape a character within the film, giving time and space a story just as much as the characters themselves.
The tone is tranquil with moments of depression and panic. The film has elements that include the history of the New Mexican landscape, the Tigua Indians and Pueblos.
Sam (early 30s) – is fearful of loosing his wife to a rare bacterial disease. Sam leaves their cabin home to travel across the New Mexican landscape, accompanied by visions of his wife. Sam eventually arrives at a Native American pueblo and performs a death ceremony.
June (early 30s) – has been diagnosed with a rare bacterial infection and as her condition worsens, June becomes more fearful. Her once optimistic views of life are dissolving more quickly than her health.
These are PAID roles in addition to Film Credit, DVD Copy, Meals, Snacks, Beverages and Transportation Provided.
Camera Hogs, LLC out of Las Cruces, New Mexico is set to produce a new drama series titled Desert Wasteland.
Beginning on a volunteer basis, shooting of the series pilot is scheduled to begin in September. Producers will be fundraising throughout the pilot to continue production into an entire season.
From the producers:
Although we don’t have the funds to pay our crew for the pilot, we are offering a copy on DVD with name in credits, one of our cool Camera Hogs t-shirts, Desert Wasteland poster and other apparel. We also offer the option of having a professional head-shot done in compensation for services provided. The pilot will be sent to film festivals locally, nationally, and internationally.
The pilot will be shot in SW NM, in the El Paso/Las Cruces areas.
Casting is for speaking roles starting in Episodes 3 & 4 of the SuperBeer Webseries. The pay is deferred, however meals and snacks are provided on set and the series is under a SAG New Media contract. SAG or SAG-E Preferred, however not required for the right actor. Please message me, Amber LeRae Prod if you have any questions. Thanks!”
Check out more local web series here! New Mexico to the WORLD…Get into it!
“Produced by Scott Lochmus and Bill Perkins and Directed by Derrick Borte (The Joneses), Stars tells the story of Glen Sweet as he strays from his structured suburban world and takes to an open road. While driving through the American west Glen decides to commit suicide on his upcoming birthday. Invigorated by his decision Glen begins a spirited adventure, reaching out to people from his past and encountering a variety of new faces. Through these interactions, Glen is forced to examine his existence and give the value of his life a second thought.” – NM Film Office
**ON LOCATION CASTING Needs your help!!! We have been asked to fill the stands with VOLUNTEER Extras for a scene in the Feature Film “Stars” that we are currently casting. If you can help us out by attending, we really appreciate it. If not, we totally understand and thanks for considering it!!***
New Mexico residents and those visiting us in New Mexico are invited to be in a feature film!
The film “Stars” is inviting anyone ages 3 and over (NO babies please!) to come out for a day of filming and fun. Mingle with your fellow OLC extras. Volunteer your time and hopefully see yourself on camera when the movie comes out.
Food (box lunches – sandwiches, chips, fruit, cookie) and snacks will be provided.
There will be raffles throughout the day for great prizes, entertainment and your chance to be in a movie.
Saturday – November 12th, 2011
7:30am to 3:30pm
–although we prefer that you show up at 7:30am, you will still be permitted to attend if you can only come a bit later than that!!
Rodeo de Galisteo
23 miles southeast of Santa Fe on N.M. 41
HOW: We prefer that you email us your RSVP to: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com with the number in your party attending (for food counts) or JUST SHOW UP on Saturday 11/12/11!!
Please dress weather appropriate with warm clothing!!! Please try to avoid RED and all WHITE clothing as best you can. The scene is fans and spectators at a horseshoe competition.
**PLEASE** Share this on your pages and tell your friends!!! We are responsible for making sure to fill the stands and want to do a great job for this project. Help make OLC look great by showing up looking great yourself!!! We THANK YOU in advance!! :)
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)
Casting Call for “Extreme Justice Episode 2: The Broad and The Cephalopod” (SAG and Non-Union) – Sunday, April 3rd
Extreme Justice (aka Wild Justice) is currently casting for “Episode 2: The Broad and The Cephalopod” to be filmed at the end of April/beginning of May. Produced by Carissa Mitchell and Jeffrey Harper and Directed by Grubb Graebner, this episode attempts to resolve the case of a young woman being attacked by what she thinks is a squid in the Santa Rosa Blue Hole Lake. Extreme Justice is under a SAG Deferred Short Film Student Agreement.
Here at OneHeadlightInk.com we are huge proponents of the “Meal & Reel” concept.
There’s simply no better way to flex your industry chops in front of or behind the camera. Indie, student, web or documentary – working with industry pros in various fields will only expand and enrich your film & production résumé and expertise.
Here’s a great opportunity to be part of a new and exciting project from Tumbleweed Cinema:
Crew Call: PA, Boom Operator, Makeup Artist, Set Designer
Anvil Springs Entertainment will be holding an open casting call for speaking and background roles for three feature film trailers.
Casting non-descript / all types; Ages 16+
(if you are under 18, you need a parent present)
When: Saturday, December 18, 2010
Time: 1PM to 7PM
Where: Clarion Hotel, 7620 Pan American Fwy. N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87109
Please DO NOT call the hotel with any questions.
This is an action-packed, fantasy-themed trilogy! Think of “The Chronicles of Narnia” meets “Lord of the Rings.” Filming will take place during two weekends in February. This is a non-union, no pay shoot; however, meals will be provided.
If you cannot make the casting call, please submit your headshot and resume to: