Qualified crew needed in all departments: Union signatory network TV series, based in Memphis. July through November. Please send resumes asap to: email@example.com Experience in episodic television desirable but not required.
MEMPHIS, TN-- Tuesday, June 4, 2019—NBC announced today that it will be filming its new drama series “Bluff City Law” in Memphis, Tenn., and around Shelby County. Filming will begin in July with several hundred cast and crew on location. The series will premiere in September on Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT, 9 p.m. CT. “We welcome NBC’s ‘Bluff City Law’ to Memphis and are excited about the opportunity to highlight our state’s entertainment industry,” said Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee. “This project will bring high-quality jobs to the area, and I’m hopeful the show will have a long and successful run in Tennessee.” “Welcome home, ‘Bluff City Law!’ This is a tremendous opportunity to showcase our city every week on the national stage starting this fall,” said Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland. “I’m very excited about having the show filmed here and am even more thrilled about the economic implications it will have. Many thanks to all those involved to make this happen.” “More great news for Memphis and Shelby County with ‘Bluff City Law’ shooting right here in the Bluff City,” said Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris. “This is a great opportunity to show off the talented men and women in the local film scene and our famous hospitality. I look forward to the partnership and shots of our one-of-a-kind skyline.” “Memphis can’t be duplicated and authenticity is the heart of this city that moves to its own beat. Viewers will get to see that with ‘Bluff City Law’ shooting on location in our vibrant city, which was visited by nearly 12 million travelers last year,” said Kevin Kane, President/CEO, Memphis Tourism. “Memphis Tourism views this as an opportunity to leverage this visibility to grow new visitor demand and the visitor economy while creating unique awareness for our travel destination to millions of viewers on a weekly basis.” “Bluff City’ Law has found its rightful home in Memphis,” said Reid Dulberger, President/CEO, Economic Development Growth Engine. “The show will mean hundreds of jobs for Memphis film production crews and increased revenues for local business. It will also be a greater advertising tool for the community.” Mayor Jim Strickland Working to improve the quality of life for all Memphians, every day. memphistn.gov “The verdict is in. Bringing a truly great NBC primetime weekly series to Memphis is the highlight of our history as a film and television city,” said Linn Sitler, Memphis and Shelby County Film Commissioner. “Here’s to the brilliant and long future of ‘Bluff City Law.’” “NBC continues to set the standard for great American television programming,” said Bob Raines, Executive Director of the Tennessee Entertainment Commission. “Our partnership with NBC and Universal Television and their decision to locate the Bluff City Law series in Memphis will create significant opportunities for our creative class and businesses impacted by the film and entertainment industry.”
Want the series shot in Memphis? In Tennessee? Write your state leaders - just say you want the series here! Jobs! Tourism! Weekly primetime network commercial for Memphis! $55 million in-state spend per season!! Please write: Governor Bill Lee: Bill.Lee@TN.gov; Deputy Governor Lang Wiseman (from Memphis!): Lang.Wiseman@TN.gov; Commissioner Bob Rolfe: Bob.Rolfe@TN.gov and Commissioner Stuart McWhorter: Stuart.Mcwhorter@TN.gov
Join Us As We Salute Made In Memphis Cinema during Memphis in May. Each week during the month of May, take a look back at some of the Commission-assisted features and short films that helped shaped the Memphis film community -- Filmmakers at every screening for a special Q&A.
May 1st “Hustle & Flow” Malco’s Paradiso Theatre 7pm - with Craig Brewer and Al Kapone
May 8th “The Firm” Malco’s Paradiso Theatre 7pm - with Producer Michael Hausman
May 13th “N-Secure” Malco’s Studio on the Square 7pm with the Filmakers
May 21st Indie Memphis’ Micro Cinema “Memphis Women in Film” Crosstown Theater 4:30pm
May 22nd “Superstarlet A.D.” Malco’s Studio on the Square Theatre 7pm with Director Mike McCarthy
May 29th “Forty Shades of Blue” Malco’s Ridgeway Cinema Grill 7pm with Director Ira Sachs
The second Hallmark movie, “Wedding at Graceland,” has begun pre-production and is currently interviewing for crew positions.
The shooting dates are April 11-May 2, 2019. They have an immediate need for applicants in the Set Decorating, Wardrobe and Accounting (Payroll) Departments — and are in need of an experienced APOC to begin THIS COMING MONDAY 3/25. These departments have the most pressing needs; however, they need experienced crew in all departments. Please send your crew resume as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those of you who are also actors, please do NOT combine on-stage/on-camera credits and affiliations with your production crew credits. For the greatest credibility, please send a totally separate production crew resume.
Note this is a union-signatory production, so union members will be given first consideration in hiring by the production company.
LAST CALL FOR EXTRAS FOR NETFLIX'S "UNCORKED" Email your information today and be on the set tomorrow, or Sunday, or Monday (December 8, 9, and 10) ! The NETFLIX film “Uncorked" shooting in Memphis is issuing a last call for “extras”— all types and ages needed! . All roles paid. Expect to work at least 8 hours - time and a half after 8 hours. Send the following information today--be on the set tomorrow. No auditions necessary! Mail your info to UncorkedCastingMemphis@gmail.com. Be sure to include: 1) Full Name, 2) Phone Number, 3) Height, Wardrobe sizes. If a male, include shirt, pant, and shoe size. If female, include blouse, dress, pant, and shoe size. ACT NOW!
STUDIO CITY, CA – June 4, 2018 – Hallmark Channel announces country music sensation and 2018 Daytime Emmy® Award nominee Kellie Pickler (“Pickler & Ben”) is set to star in the network’s original holiday film, “Christmas At Graceland,” which begins production July 9. The film will shoot on location at the historic home of the late legend, the one and only King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.