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BASF Print Shooting In Flagstaff Arizona

Location: Arizona

Application Deadline: Sunday, February 26, 2017

Our team is casting for BASF Print. Read the entire casting alert then apply accordingly if you fit the requirements and availability.

Synopsis

BASF: German chemical company. https://www.basf.com/us/en.html

Casting Breakdown

Male: age 30-40 looking, any ethnicity.

Project Information

Date: Wed. March 1st

Time: TBD. About half a day or less.

Location: Flagstaff AZ. Shooting in the snow.

Compensation: $200 flat rate. No travel compensation. Keep in mind projects do take anywhere from 30-90 days to receive payment. All checks are mailed directly to your address on file.



    We are no longer accepting applications for this project.


    Now Casting Actors for Short Film "The Take"

    Location: Arizona

    Application Deadline: Sunday, January 04, 2015

    MovieWork Now is announcing this on behalf of Producers Tyler Burke and Jordan Davis-Foss with Palm Drive Productions and Arizona State University Film Department. They are casting several roles for their upcoming short film titled "The Take". Please read the character breakdown very carefully and apply if you are interested and available.

    Synopsis: A thief gets his chance at a big heist.

    Character Breakdown

    ASPIRING ARTIST - Female age 20's who is an aspiring artist. All looks and ethnicities are welcome to apply.

    MENTOR - Male age 35 on up. All ethnicities. Charismatic, down on his luck mentor.

    ANTAGONIST - Male age 35 on up. All ethnicities. Arrogant, rich antagonist.

    DETECTIVES - Two males age 30-60. All ethnicities. Hard-nosed detectives.

    TROUBLEMAKER - African American male age 20's, smooth criminal, loud and a troublemaker.

    Audition Details

    Date: 02/07/2015
    Time: 1:00pm-6:00pm-by appointment only
    Location: 51 E. 10th Street, Tempe, AZ 85282. Rm 233.
    Audition Protocol: Sides will be provided. Bring your headshot/resume.

    Production Details

    Shoot Dates: Various dates in February and early March.
    Location: TBA
    Compensation: $120 on up per day depending on role.
    Usage: Film festivals & ASU Film Department


    We are no longer accepting applications for this project.


    Now Casting Hispanic Males for Cable TV Commercial

    Location: Arizona

    Application Deadline: Sunday, January 04, 2015

    MovieWork Now is submitting non represented Hispanic males for an upcoming Cable TV Commercial. Filming will take place in January at a date to be determined. These are non speaking roles. Please read the talent needs and apply if you are interested and available.

    Talent Needs

    Hispanic males ages 20s-50s. All looks are welcome. Males that are un-represented (no agent) are preferred.

    Production Details

    Shoot Dates: TBD-Possibly 2 days in January.
    Shoot Location: Phoenix area
    Compensation: $450 flat rate
    Usage: Local cable TV broadcast.


    We are no longer accepting applications for this project.


    Now Casting Actors and Extras for Feature Film "Shattered Glass"

    Location: Arizona

    Application Deadline: Sunday, January 05, 2014

    MovieWork Now is announcing this on behalf of independent filmmaker Suzanne Steinberg with Falling Oranges Production company. She is casting lead roles and extra roles for her independent film "Shattered Glass". Please read the character breakdown and production details and apply if you are interested.

    Synopsis: This is a story about the twilight zone, a woman who must face her own morality with the eternal questions of our society and life.

    Character Breakdown

    Lead Role - Lilith: Female age 25-38 years old. The story is essentially her journey into herself as she must face her greatest fears of abandonment. She chases after her childhood and a boy always out of her reach in a twilight zone of morality and relationships. As her own life slips through her fingers she is faced with her greatest choices, to see her own face within the shattered glass around her. What is her purpose, and can she find the light before all is lost to the wreckage of false hopes and memories that dissolve like sugar?

    Lead Role - Mandy: Friend of Lilith, female age 25-38 years old. Mandy is Lilith's friend who follows her around during her great questions about life and her purpose. Her love for Lilith comes with hard corners and definable stereotypes, and in turn cuts like a knife around the ungroomed and developing aspects of memory and the unconsciousness of images that create the ambiguity of love.

    Lead Role - Michael: Male, age 25-38 years old. He is another main character, who is being chased by Lilith. He has a business life, he finds himself entangled with a woman who intrigues him, because she is a challenge that he can never fully grasp and despite his walls that few people ever penetrate they have shared some intimate moments that he deeply values.

    Lead Role - Death: Male age 50-70 years old. Death is an interesting entity. He is a bit of a lonely soul who has a sweet tooth for humanity, and a heart. His greatest torture in his mind is his purpose to witness death. He hates knowing who he is, and yet his position is the most powerful in the story.

    Supporting Role - Victoria: Stepmom of Lilith, female age 30-45. Victoria is a woman who has had a hard childhood. She lost her own father at a young age and is needing to replace the dark hole of loneliness that her own aching dreams and fantasy's have left her with. She wants more than anything to be loved, but her love often comes with anger and control. In her search to have her own family in adulthood, she often re-lives the battles and failures she has fought with her own parents.

    Supporting Role - God: Male age 50-70 years old. God is a harder entity to Lilith. He is sarcastic and full of pity and justifications. He creates the harder man who assumes position is inherently moralistic without true sacrifice. He represents the entitlement of man and the good fortune that many people account to being close to God or heaven, instead of hardship.

    Supporting Role - Alexander: Lilith's father, male age 50-60 years old. He is a soft spoken man who is insecure and feels inadequate. His love for his daughter is rivaled with his own desires for personal success and freedom. He never felt free in his childhood and was always straddled with taking care of others, and now in adulthood he sees the narrow window for change into a life without strife which could allow him to leave the hardships of love for money and others envy.

    Supporting Role - Benjamin: Lilith's younger brother, male age 3-6 years old. He is a young child, who enjoys story books and playing games. He is too young and unaware of most of the outer world and the dramas of adults and who is who, and why who is who is important.

    Supporting Role - Angel/Amy: Female age 25-45. She is a secretary of sorts who deals with the imports and exports of souls, she is compassion-less but not without wisdom and insight

    Supporting Role - Andy: Male age 25-40 years old. New boyfriend of Lilith. Andy is a man Lilith meets near the end of the story as she is trying to remake herself into another woman. Andy is similar to her, and she finds their similarities repulsive as well as attractive.

    Supporting Role - Bill: Andy's father, male age 50-60 years old. Bill has a short fantasy scene where he fights Andy as a reflection of a father's pride and embarrassment of letting down a child.

    Supporting Role - Lilith's Mother: Female, age 50-60 years old. Lilith's mother has a small scene, when Lilith is looking for hope and honesty within the chaos of losing everything around her step-mother.

    Supporting Role - Little Lilith: Girl age 5-9 years old. This is the younger version of Lilith meant to show the loving and caring child she was.

    Supporting Role - Teenage Lilith: Girl age 13-16 years old. This is another older but younger version of Lilith, where Lilith re-lives the drama of her childhood.

    General Extras: Variety of ages. Talent will play friends of Lilith as well as represent society with bags over their heads for one scene and also throw rotten tomatoes at Lilith for another scene.

    Audition Details

    Dates: January 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th, 31st and February 1st.
    Time: By appointment only

    Location: Scottsdale-exact address will be given if selected.

    Production Details

    Dates: March 2014 to July 2014.
    Compensation: Copy and credit only. No monetary compensation.

    Usage: Film festivals


    We are no longer accepting applications for this project.