Now Casting: Earn $1,000 as a Model in a Print Campaign + 3 More Gigs

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Get ready for your close-up and make a good chunk of change—a California-based print campaign is currently seeking male and female models of various ethnicities for an upcoming shoot that pays $1,000. There are also roles available on the new Starz series “Sweetbitter,” a corporate video, and a documentary diving into the heart of India and its people.

Image Powerhouse is now seeking six female and male models, aged 18–60, of various, specific ethnicities for a print shoot. Asian, Middle Eastern, Caucasian-Mixed Asian, and Hispanic models are currently sought. Hispanic models must be able to speak Spanish fluently. All talent must be at least 5’4” with natural features, straight teeth, and healthy-looking skin. Only those with a strong print portfolio or multiple headshots with different looks will be considered. The shoot will take place in late November or early December in Orange County, California. Pay is $1,000 for 10 hours of work. Apply here!

A corporate video titled “Be More” is currently casting 25 vibrant and energetic people of all ethnicities and backgrounds, aged 20–45. The video will shoot Nov. 28–30 in the Los Angeles area. Pay is $500 for four hours of work. Apply here!

Nonunion actors are currently needed for “Sweetbitter,” a new Starz series based on the novel of the same name. Male talent, aged 40–60, are sought to portray older gay bar patrons. The production will shoot Nov. 15 and 16 in NYC. Some pay will be provided. Apply here!

A female narrator is sought for “Into the Heart of India,” an upcoming documentary feature from John Bush. Talent, aged 20–30, of Indian descent, is wanted to record a voiceover for the film, in addition to being featured on screen. The production will shoot dates TBD in NYC. Pay is $100–$200 per day. Apply here!

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