Hello I'm hiring a videographer/videographers to film a YouTube reality show starting June 15th.Need a commitment for 5 to 6 weeks shooting Thursday _ Sundays.Must have own equipment including,lights and sound.Looking to work with someone who is fun,easy going and loves being around people.I don't need editing as I already have an editor.If you are available and can start on the desired date and make a commitment for about 5 weeks for 4 days a week please email me.I look forward to working with you!
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The Fence and The Fox
Propellant Films with Director Matt Osterman
SAG Feature Film being shot in Minneapolis (and surrounding area) this Fall
Rate: Scale (ULB)
Union and Non-Union Actors
POC strongly encouraged to submit for all roles
Submission Info: Please submit a headshot, link to reel (if available), resume, and your availability the months of September/October to email@example.com
Auditions: For those who meet the initial criteria, audition requests will be sent as needed. Do not follow-up with additional check-ins or questions.
Logline: A reformed criminal and a cunning young woman are thrown together when a hard drive containing $800k of cryptocurrency goes missing and they’re pulled into a dangerous game of cat and mouse.
This will be a longer audition process than typical, so we appreciate patience. We are casting both locally and nationally for this project and will have call backs for chemistry tests with actors later in the summer.
There are additional roles available that will be posted closer to production.
TY (mid 20’s-mid 30’s) - Approximately 22 days
A reformed criminal who works at a factory attempting to stay on the straight and narrow. He’s smarter than his background would suggest, but they say you’re only as good as those you hang out with. And Ty’s friends aren’t afraid to get dirty. He’s loyal, great with technology, and tries to steer his little brother on a better path than the one he went down. But when he loses his job and an amazing opportunity presents itself, will he stay the course?
JESS (20’s to mid 30’s) - Approximately 18 days
A loner with an odd-sense of humor trying to make her own break, she dayplays as the girlfriend of an ambitious older pawn shop owner. She’s been burned before, and despite her situation, we learn she’s often a few steps ahead of everyone else. She can be a bit rough around the edges, but her ambition to create a better life for herself is easy to root for.
CALVIN (30’s-50s) - Approximately 12 days
Strong jaw, neck tattoo, black soul. Calvin is in it for himself, and if you watch closely, he’d probably steal from his back pocket to pay his front pocket. Despite that, he still exudes the charm of a man with a killer smile and nothing much to lose. He’s the kind of guy you want to have your back, at least until you find a knife in it.
KIP (50’s-60’s) - Approx 6 days
Well-adjusted in the “grew-up-before-the-internet” kind of way. He’s practical, decent, and has a bullshit detector the size of an extremely large piece of bullshit. His aspirations are to keep from going under and buying hot gear from dumb criminals.
DOUGIE (30’s-40’s) - Approx 3 days
He has a heart-of-gold and it’s probably a good thing he can’t steal it. He started off on the wrong path and sadly never thought to veer off it. He’s a great laughter and a decent small-time crook. Everybody’s big brother.
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The BlueCat Screenplay Competition, now in its 22nd year, is open for submissions for its 2020 competition. BlueCat remains committed to the undiscovered writer and continues its tradition of providing written analysis on every script submitted.
BlueCat accepts features, shorts, and pilots and awards over $40,000 in cash prizes each year, including the Fellini Award, which gives $2,500 to the best script written by an international writer.
Early Deadline: June 30th, 2019
For complete information and submission details, please visit:
About BlueCat Screenplay Competition
Founded in 1998 by WGA writer Gordy Hoffman, the BlueCat Screenplay Competition continues its mission of developing the undiscovered writer. BlueCat’s winners and finalists have gone on to sign with agencies including ICM, CAA, and WME, with their work sold to several major studios such as Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., and Universal. BlueCat writers have won awards at Sundance, Berlin, and Tribeca all following their recognition with BlueCat.
Ana Lily Amirpour (2007 Winner, CAA), writer and director of A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT, is slated to direct the remake of CLIFFHANGER produced by Neal Moritz and starring Jason Momoa.
Kimi Lee (2015 Winner) is a staff writer at Amazon Studios for THE EXPATRIATES, produced by Nicole Kidman.
Fergal Rock (2011 Fellini Award) recently saw his BlueCat winning script DEPARTURES produced, starring Nina Dobrev and Maisie Williams.
Ashleigh Powell (2012 Finalist), wrote Disney’s THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS, starring Keira Knightley.
Young Il Kim (2006 Winner), recent staff writer on BILLIONS, is writing the adapted screenplay THE RISE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT, directed by Alex Timbers (MOZART IN THE JUNGLE).
Kateland Brown (2014 Finalist) wrote for Warner Bros. FAMOUS IN LOVE, starring Bella Thorne.
Savion Einstein (2014 Joplin Award), recently had her script SUPERFECUNDATION picked up by Sony’s Screen Gems.
Grand Prize Winner $10,000.
Feature Screenplay Winner $5,000. Four Feature Finalists will receive $1,000 each.
Pilot Winner $5,000. Four Pilot Finalists will receive $1,000 each.
Short Script Winner $5,000. Four Shorts Finalists will receive $1,000 each.
The Fellini Award (Best International Screenplay) Winner $2,500.
Title Contest, Three Winners $250 each.
DEADLINES and FEES:
Early Deadline: June 30th, 2019. Feature Screenplay $50, Pilot $45, Short Script $35.
Regular Deadline: September 15th, 2019. Feature Screenplay $60, Pilot $55, Short Script $45.
Final Deadline: November 11th, 2019. Feature Screenplay $70, Pilot $65, Short Script $55.
Late Deadline: December 15th, 2019. Feature Screenplay $80, Pilot $75, Short Script $65.
Final Resubmission Deadline: February 17th, 2020. Feature Screenplay $50, Pilot $45, Short Script $35.
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Casting Roles For Summer Web-Series!
The story is about young adults dealing with the roller coaster that is life and figuring out what they truly want out of it.
Looking for both male and female roles.
There are 15 positions available.
Looking for cast members ranging from ages (17-40).
No training or experience required.
Rehearsals and recordings only during the weekend!
Committed and available inquires only.
Please email name, age, head-shot, and body photo to be.sliglt.productions at gmail
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