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.
Feature Film “BRIAN BANKS” CASTING PAID BACKGROUND EXTRAS
We will be filming in MEMPHIS, TN between 9/25/17 and 11/18/17
SEEKING the FOLLOWING TYPES as well as General Extras (all ages & types): FOOTBALL PLAYERS CHEERLEADERS TEACHERS COACHES CHURCHGOERS REPORTERS LAW ENFORCEMENT RESTAURANT PATRONS FAMILIES LAWYERS PRISONER/INMATE TYPES RECRUITERS FOOTBALL FANS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS COLLEGE STUDENTS
EXTRAS will be PAID $64.00 for 8 hours ($8/hr) plus overtime after 8 hours and meals will be provided if working a full day
TO BE CONSIDERED for EXTRA work on this project: Complete a FREE Talent Application at www.onlocationcasting.net (**DO NOT PAY FOR THE ‘ACTIVE’ ACCOUNT UPGRADES!!! It is NOT necessary to do this to be booked for work on this project!!**)
Film Commission supports new Clayborn/On Location series:
Clayborn Reborn is partnering with the On Location: Memphis film festival this summer to bring The 15 Film Series to Clayborn Temple, screening 15 films over the course of 15 weeks.
The project, presented by First Tennessee Foundation’s ArtsFirst, ArtsMemphis and supported by the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission, begins June 15 with the critically acclaimed film “Fruitvale Station.”