Now Casting: Star in a Short Student Film Funded by the Spike Lee Production Fund + 3 More Gigs

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Start your week off on the right foot with the great gigs casting around the country today, including a starring role in a short student film that is funded by the Spike Lee Production Fund. Plus, a national commercial for Pfizer, a frozen beverage commercial, and an indie feature are seeking talent. 

Join the cast of “Cracked,” a short student film that is partially funded by the Spike Lee Production Fund. A black female actor, aged 13–21, is wanted to play the lead role of no-nonsense Catholic schoolgirl Toya while talent, aged 13–63, is wanted for several other supporting and day roles. Filming will take place for six days between Sept. 26–Oct. 2 in New York City. Pay is $125 per day for the two starring roles with meals, film credit, and footage for all. Apply here!

Casting is underway for a Pfizer commercial for national distribution. Talent, aged 6–65, is wanted for several roles in the ad. Filming will take place on Aug. 20–21 in Los Angeles, California. Pay is $300 per day with meals provided. Apply here!

A male actor, aged 22–34, is wanted for a featured role for a frozen beverage commercial. Filming will take place over one day in September in Fresno, California. Pay is $500 with hotel and lunch provided. Apply here!

Join the cast of “Goodbye, Anna,” an independent feature film about a pseudo-intellectual misanthrope who is forced to spend his summer in a small Texas town where he meets an eccentric girl who claims to be a ghost. Two actors, aged 18–38, are wanted to play the starring roles of Anna and Ivan. There are also supporting and day roles for talent, aged 18 and older. Rehearsals will take place over several weeks in Austin, Texas followed by the shoot in spring of 2020 in central Texas. Pay is $1,200 for the lead roles. Apply here!

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