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    6 Chances of Get Cast

    If you haven’t had time to peruse our casting notices this week, we did some leg work for you! Here are six projects, including film, commercials, and television, that could be a perfect fit!

  • News

    6 Chances to Get Cast

    Looking for some new acting opportunities? Here are six from this week on Backstage including a feature film and two improv gigs!

  • 1 New Opportunity for Serialized Content Creators (Worth $10K!)

    IFP’s Screen Forward Lab is seeking serialized content creators from Instagram to Web series and beyond to apply to their Labs program, which provides artists with mentors, a Made in NY Media Center residency, and $10,000 to create new work.

  • News

    8 Chances to Get Cast

    Check out these eight opportunities including Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger’s new HBO series, the Broadway and touring production of “Matilda,” and short films on both coasts, as well as a new AMC pilot down in Louisiana.

  • Interview

    Why Chris Messina Wants You to Create Your Own Work

    Messina is best known these days for “The Mindy Project,” but he returns to his indie roots with his directorial debut “Alex of Venice,” starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

  • News

    9 Chances to Get Cast

    With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to nail audition so you have something to talk about when Aunt Vera or Uncle Miguel ask how the acting is going! Here are nine from this past week on Backstage for you to consider!

  • News

    8 Chances to Get Cast

    What better way to round off the end of March than with landing a job! Here are eight casting notices from the past week listed on Backstage including roles in a Jodie Foster-directed film, a project for CollegeHumor, and several short films!

  • News

    7 Chances to Get Cast

    It’s the weekend! You know what that means! The Backstage casting roundup featuring notices from the past week!

  • News

    5 Films We Can’t Wait to See at the Atlanta Film Festival

    Running March 20–March 29, the Atlanta Film Festival is bringing a new slate of upcoming filmmakers to Georgia audiences, including a documentary about how the love of theater can persevere despite economic hardship. Check out this doc and four others we’re excited to see!

  • Interview

    1 Way to Further Your Acting Through Instagram

    Actors Nikki Borges and Amanda de la Nuez take to the modern social media platform to bring back a thoroughly vintage form of filmmaking with “Silent Brokelyn.”