Now Casting: Earn $3,500 in a Drama-Thriller Feature + 3 More Gigs

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Don’t miss any of today’s top gigs! Land a lead role in a compelling drama-thriller feature film inspired by true events, shooting this fall. Plus, a drama sequel, a short thriller, and a short comedy from an award-winning script are casting talent today!

“A Song in the Dark”

Casting is underway for “A Song in the Dark,” a compelling drama-thriller feature film inspired by true events. Actors, aged 18–65, are wanted for various roles in the film, including the starring role of Shannon, a teen grappling with her gender identity and bullying at school who connects with a dangerous trafficker. Rehearsals will take place in early September, followed by filming on Sept. 16–Oct. 18 in New York City, Middletown, and its surrounding areas. Pay is $300–$700 per day for up to three days of work or $1,500–$3,500 per week with travel expenses, meals, accommodations, copy, and credit provided.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“The Master Chief: Subic Bay”

Join the cast of “The Master Chief: Subic Bay,” the sequel to “The Master Chief: Part One” on Amazon Prime and Apple TV. Three actors, aged 18–30, are wanted for lead roles in the film. Talent will work in San Diego, California, and in the Philippines with dates TBD. Pay is $4,000–$5,000 for 12 days of work.

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Thriller Short Film, Austin, Texas

Two Texas-based female actors, aged 18–50, are wanted to play a mother and a daughter in the lead roles of a short thriller film. Talent will work on May 28 in Georgetown. Pay is $600.

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“Free Martin”

Free Martin,” a short comedy film to be shot in Maine, is seeking three white female and nonbinary actors, aged 14–49, for a lead role and two supporting roles. Talent will work on Aug. 1–4 in Harrison and Otisfield, Maine. Pay is $100 per day with travel, meals, and accommodations provided.

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