How do I get started with MovieWork Now?
Step 1: Create your free profile
To get started you will need to
create your profile on MovieWork Now. Our casting directors along with other
industry professionals are scouting, selecting and submitting talent to jobs, casting
calls and auditions utilizing talent profiles with online casting tools.
Step 2: Upload an image
We recommend uploading at least one image to your profile taken from the shoulders
up. Casting directors cannot submit you for casting jobs without a photo. Your photo
should be natural, accurate looking and reflect your personality. A simple background
is best so YOU stand out; avoid sunglasses and hats if possible.
Step 3: Verify your profile
Verify that your profile is complete and up-to-date. Since talent is searched and selected
using search criteria based on production needs, our casting directors recommend
that talent complete the optional fields as well to show up in more search results.
Step 4: Upgrade to Full Membership
A Full Membership is an optional paid membership available for a small fee. Full
Members receive priority casting assistance, guidance and support throughout the
application process. Casting assistance and support includes but is not limited
to the following:
- Review your profile images and select, edit and crop your best image to submit to
the client based on talent or project needs.
- Optionally contact you to update your images accordingly to maximize your chance
of being selected.
- Available 24/7 to answer questions regarding your application along with the current
status of job or casting call.
- Prepare you before an audition via phone conversation or email (If applicable).
- Text or phone reminder to check your email for project updates on jobs you have
applied to or are currently booked on.
Basic members can
upgrade to a Full Membership at any time.
We provide talent casting services and are not a talent agency. You keep 100%
of the earnings as we do not take any commissions or fees.
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