Now Casting: A Murder Mystery Feature Needs Lead and Supporting Talent + 3 More Gigs

Article Image
Photo Source: “Murder Mystery 2” Credit: Scott Yamano/Netflix

Help crack the case by playing a lead or supporting role in an upcoming feature-length murder mystery. Plus, a feature film, a corporate video, and a student coming-of-age drama are casting talent today! 

Untitled Murder Mystery

RB Films is now seeking talent for a feature-length murder mystery. Actors, aged 18–45, are wanted for multiple roles, including the lead role of Kyle. Submissions must be received by June 5. Filming will take place between June 15–July 15 in New York City, as well as in Stamford and Norwalk, Connecticut. Pay is $125 for up to 10 days of work plus a $25 travel allowance and food/coffee/snacks provided on set.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“The Chocolate Tree”

The Chocolate Tree,” a feature film, is casting three actors, aged 18–60, for supporting roles. One of the roles required French (Parisian) fluency. Filming will take place between July 3–14 in Cranston, Rhode Island, or Boston, Massachusetts. Pay is $700 for four days of work, with lodging, food, and travel covered.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Next Level”

Actors, aged 25–60, are now wanted for B-roll scenes in a corporate video. Filming will take place during the week of June 19 in the McDonough, Georgia, area. Pay is $200 for four hours of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“How I Learned to Die”

Join the cast of “How I Learned to Die,” a coming-of-age student film that follows 15-year-old Iris, who finds out she has a 60% chance of dying in four days and embarks on a bucket list that leads to both her and her family undergoing transformations about the meanings of life. Actors, aged 15–70, are wanted for various roles, including Iris. Filming will take place in Providence, Rhode Island, on Nov. 16–30. Pay is $100 per day for up to seven days of work, with all travel costs and food on set provided.

Want this gig? Apply here.