Money transfer ad casting performers of colour
Filmmaker Isabel Steuble-Johnson is casting a commercial for a money transfer client and seeking a host of performers of colour. The project features carefully crafted stories of characters sending money to family abroad. Roles include Samuel: male, playing age 32–42, and Black (particularly performers originally from Nigeria); Erick: male, playing age 57–65, and Black Nigerian; Malaya: female, playing age 23–32, and Asian/Filipino; Diego: male, playing age 56–65, and Filipino; Noemi: female, playing age 54–66, and Filipino; Vilina and Ashmina: females, playing age 24–41 and South Asian/Indian. The project shoots 29 September to 1 October in London and roles are paid a flat fee of £500. The team are seeking performers based in London. Head to the casting notice for more information and to apply now.
Casting London Uni commercial
A central London university is casting a short prospectus film following protagonists as they take part in different activities around campus. All roles are non-speaking. The team are seeking the following roles: Middle Eastern Business Student – male, playing ages 18–22, and Asian; Black Humanities Student – female, playing ages 18–22, and Black; European Business Student – any gender, playing ages 18–21, and white. The project shoots 30 September to 1 October in London and roles are paid £200 per day. The team are seeking performers based in London. Head to the casting notice for more information and to apply now.
Casting native non-English speakers
Voice-over agency GoLocalise are casting for a host of male performers who are native speakers of Bulgarian, Swiss-German, Austrian-German, Irish-accented English, Hungarian, Croatian, Portuguese, and Thai. The project is for a voice recognition app and speakers must be aged 18+ and be available to record in London. Roles are paid £130–£150 per hour and the project has an immediate start. Check out the casting notice for more information and to apply now.
Seeking the next David Attenborough
A series for students exploring conservation and the environment is casting for a host and looking for the next David Attenborough of any gender. The team are seeking a fit and healthy performer, playing ages 28–52, and any ethnicity. They’d ideally like an extroverted academic who can capture an audience and make them fall in love with the subject. You’ll need to be familiar with the challenges of climate change, have an extensive vocabulary, and be able to participate in co-writing or editing a script. Also ideal would be someone who loves diving, hiking, and mountain biking. The project shoots in London in January 2021 and is paid professionally. Check out the casting notice for more information and to apply now.
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