Now Casting: Starbucks Needs Models For a Fall Campaign + 3 More Gigs

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Starbucks is seeking wheelchair users and hand models for a fall campaign. Plus, a high-paying national automotive site shoot, a short film set in a Victorian mansion, and a video aiming to end the “lunch lady” stigma are casting now.

Starbucks Fall Campaign

Standard Production is seeking talent for a Starbucks fall campaign. An actor who uses a wheelchair, age 18–35, and several hand models of different ethnicities, aged 18–70, are  wanted for the shoot. Talent will work on June 14–17 in Brooklyn, New York City. Pay is $900 plus 20% and overtime if applicable.

Want this gig? Apply here.

National Automotive Shopping Site Lifestyle Photo Shoot

Parody is currently seeking talent for a lifestyle photo shoot for a national automotive shopping site. Talent, aged 4–50, is now wanted to portray consumers, service providers, and more. Talent will work on June 15–16 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Pay is $1,000 for one day of work.

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“Jamie”

Join the cast of “Jamie,” a short film set in a Victorian mansion where M and his lover are drawn together—and pulled apart—somewhere between a dream and unwelcome reality. Actors, aged 20–70, are wanted for several roles, including the titular role of Jamie. Filming will take place on June 11–13 in Los Angeles. Pay is $150–$400 per day.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Lunch Lady” Video Project

Talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted for a fun video aiming to fight against the stigma of the “lunch lady” to encourage people interested in the career field. Filming will take place on June 13 in or around Alexandria, Virginia. Pay is $100 and negotiable.

Want this gig? Apply here.