Get Cast in These 5 (Paid!) Film Gigs

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Looking for footage to buff up your reel? You won’t want to miss this week’s roundup of casting notices, featuring five great on-camera gigs—all of which are paid!

“Run It Back,” a feature film depicting “a high school basketball phenom's career that is tragically derailed,” is casting a number of leading and supporting roles. Production is slated for fall in New York City, and will pay standard SAG rates, in addition to providing IMDb credit and meals.

The short film “Pusher,” set in a small Appalachian town ravaged by opioid addiction, seeks talent for several lead, supporting, and day player roles. The project will shoot in Knoxville and Sunbright, Tennessee, and it will pay $125/day. Travel and accomodations will also be provided.

Lead, day player, and supporting roles are needed for “Zoo,” an independent feature film. Rehearsals will begin late April, with shooting set for May in Los Angeles. Compensation is to-be-determined.

“Pizza & Wine,” billed as a “vampire romantic comedy,” is casting actors for two leading and two supporting roles. Shooting is slated for May in New York City, and the project will pay those hired $100/day.

Lead and supporting actors are needed for “Something About the Weather,” a feature film shooting in New York City and Easton, Pennsylvania. Pay is to-be-determined but will be “competitive nonunion rates.”

Ready for more? Check out Backstage's audition listings!