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“Silver Bullet” Casting Native Americans

Posted by on November 15, 2011 | 5 comments

Major Motion Picture, “Silver Bullet” is currently seeking Native American males and females for featured extra roles to film in the Shiprock New Mexico area.

Individuals who are experienced horse riders are particularly encouraged to apply.

The production is also casting for a Native American Boy age range 9-11 for a featured speaking role in the film.

Call 505-368-2490 to schedule an audition, IF you fit the specifications.

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Santa Fe, NM – Native American Casting Call

Posted by on November 3, 2011 | Comments Off on Santa Fe, NM – Native American Casting Call

From On Location Casting:

SANTA FE, NM area notice – feature film “STARS” for SATURDAY 11/5/11.

*EXTRAS*: NATIVE AMERICAN MOM-female, Native American, age range late 30s-40s.

NATIVE AMERICAN KIDS-male or female, Native American, ages 8-14.

WINNEBAGO WIFE-female, caucasian, age range 40s-50s, plain, slightly overweight, camper living type.

Location is in GALISTEO and call time is 05:45AM.

MUST have full day available (12+ hours) and be able to self travel to location in Galisteo, NM.

MUST be in OLC database.

Please post here only if you fit the casting specs.

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Just Like: Women & Children First

Posted by on July 8, 2011 | Comments Off on Just Like: Women & Children First

From On Location Casting:

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!!

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Posted by on December 19, 2010 | Comments Off on NativeAmericanHollywood.blogspot.com

Friend, actor and fellow blogger, Roscoe Pond is taking some well deserved time off for the holidays…

But before break he left us with his very own tribute to Native American performers whose work was featured in mainstream Entertainment and media over the past year.

Keep-up with local and national casting calls and information with Roscoe on his blog Native American Hollywood.

See you in 2011 Roscoe!

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Your Friday Q Spot

Posted by on November 12, 2010 | Comments Off on Your Friday Q Spot

As heard on Coyote 102.5 on November 12, 2010

CLICK to hear today’s Q Spot in the RAW

Breaking Bad Season 4 is NOW CASTING for background/extras – All types throughout, but Meth Heads for episode one are currently being cast here.

White Turtle is also handling local casting for In Plain Sight

The USA Network hit series resumes shooting next week thru – April 2011. They will film on location all around town and over at I-25 Studios casting info. will be posted as it becomes avail…

Pamela Kaplan Casting out of L.A. is currently looking to cast a Native American Indian for a Lead Role in a feature film STRAPPING MALE 20s – 40s STRONG PRESENCE, SIZEABLE MAN /Will Sampson One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest…Few details, big name actor(s) attached, 2011 shoot – CALL 310-458-1100 EXT 111
OR EMAIL zincasting@gmail.com

Erica is currently looking and listening for local Rock Bands to showcase on her show…

Here’s another a chance for musicians and entertainers to land their big break – win a development contract and $10,000 in New Mexico’s own Santa Ana Star Search video performance submissions are through January 11

While Bless Me Ultima the feature film continues to roll in Northern New Mexico, the stage production which featuring some of the screen actors is in the Q at the National Hispanic Cultural Center Fri & Sat at 8 pm Sun matinee at 2 tix here.

Comedy night tonight – Is like the elections all over again Two Comedians, one night SMQ downtown at the Wool Warehouse for a Stand-up YDI Benefit and Big Benny Martinez at Santa Ana Star Casino killin’ it backed by Paul Rodriguez…

Sat. The Silver Screen Cowboy Project at the Anderson Abruzzo balloon museum It’s a musical and visual Tribute to the movie cowboys from the B-Westerns of the 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s, Family, festival atmosphere food entertainment and fun. Time & ticket info. here.

Sunday – Headshots for Haiti at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 11-4
Update your portfolio, hourly sessions, allowing for wardrobe change-you provide your own hair and makeup and it’s just $50 benefiting Haiti relief efforts!

Tuesday night I’ll see YOU at the taping of New Mexico’s first late night talk show, The After After Party at the Wool Warehouse!!

ONLINE all the time and every Friday on the Q Spot w/Erica Viking ONLY on Coyote 102.5

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Tiger Eyes Casting, NM

Posted by on September 16, 2010 | 2 comments

As we told you here the Judy Blume novel Tiger Eyes is being committed to film and is set to begin shooting October 15 here in NM.

Barden Schnee Casting is NOW taking electronic submissions for the following role:

20 years old, Hispanic/Native American, handsome, well-built, smart who carries the weight of being the first in the family line to go to go college. And some college: he’s going on full scholarship to Cal Tech, studying to be a physicist. However, his father is coming to the end of his life and Wolf has come back to be with him. A private person, Wolf spends much time hiking in the canyons around Los Alamos. It is here he first meets Davey, whom he comes to know as Tiger. Their connection is immediate despite her prickly introduction. For the longest time he doesn’t understand that she is walking through the same grief he is. But once he learns of her loss he invites her to the Pueblo, to a Native American “Making of Relations Ceremony” that he is part of. It is a reminder for both of them that they are part of a larger whole; that life goes on and is not lived alone… – LEAD

STORYLINE: After the senseless murder of her father, 16 year-old DAVEY WEXLER struggles to accept the loss. At the invitation of an aunt and uncle, she and her mother and little brother travel to New Mexico in hopes that a change of location will help. But for Davey, it’s only made things more confusing, leaving her feeling isolated.

Submit directly, at www.actorsaccess.com

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Speaking of the Back-end

Posted by on July 7, 2010 | Comments Off on Speaking of the Back-end

“Oh yeah! For every dollar Shutter Speed makes, one penny of it goes right in Joey’s pocket.” – Joey Tribiani

A role is a role, is a role – even (sometimes esp.) the non-paid ones. But, please do always take care in showing-up or even submitting for any role unless you are confident in or better yet can verify the authenticity and legitimacy of the posting party – and never, ever pay to be considered for a part or to register with a so-called “casting” site or agency. More here.

NM’s Own trusty Film Office currently lists many casting calls including the following “reverse end” and for “copy, meal and credit” roles:

1.The Stuart House Recordings“ will be holding auditions for principal and background roles.

When: July 10, 2010
Time: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Where: Rohovec Fine Arts Center
New Mexico State University

Looking for various people to fill required roles with line reads also accomplished on same day. Lines will be available on Thursday for the following:

Principal Roles (four spots)

Matt – Over 40 years of age
Elizabeth – Early to Mid 30’s
Heather – Early to Mid 20’s
Miyuki – 30 to 50’s of Japanese/Asian decent

Secondary roles (twelve spots)

3 Females – Mid to Late 30’s
1 Female – 40 +
2 females – Early to Late 60’s
1 Male – Early 30’s
2 Males – Mid to late 40’s
1 Male – Mid to late 60’s
2 Children – Ages 9- 13

Callbacks will be announced on Tuesday following the auditions

This is a low budget project; all contracts will be reverse end agreements.

For more information, Headshot, Resume Submittal, and Line Reading Material Request

Please Contact:
Rich Gill at richgill@ymail.com

2. “The Bigfoot Election” is seeking roles for upcoming feature film.

We are going to make a feature film from the very funny scribe and comedian, Marc Shuter. A comedy about a small ski town that is being taken over by the current Sheriff until an unlikely hero steps forward. With the beautiful Angel Fire New Mexico serving as the backdrop, this is going to be a great shoot.

Principal Roles

Amer: Male – 20 to 30
Carlin: Male – late 40’s to 60’s
Grant: Male – 30’s
Jordan: Female – 30’s
Fenner: Male – late 30’s to 50’s

Supporting Roles

Johnny Lee Martinez: Male (Hispanic) – 20 to 30
Farmer: Male – 40 to 50
Floozie: Female – 20-30
Man: Male – 30 to 40
Woman: Female – 30 to 40

We will be shooting in Angel Fire, New Mexico. Principal Photography will begin July 26, 2010 and wrap August 9, 2010.

Compensation: Copy, Meal, Credit (Accommodations will be provided for roles shooting more than one day).

Please send Headshot and Resume to ryanturri@turripictures.com

Also, please make note of the following, fellow-blog-spot of particular focus on roles for Native American Actors nationwide:

Native American Hollywood – http://nativeamericanhollywood.blogspot.com/

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