Casting real London family for brand film
A Unilever brand film is casting a family of “real people,” and two adults are required, 35–45, any ethnicity, any gender (as long as at least one of them is male). They also need one child aged between 5–10. The project shoots 17 December in London and the team are seeking performers based in the city. Roles are paid £300–£500 per day for adults and £300 per day for the child role. Payment is inclusive of an all media, global buyout, in perpetuity. Check out the casting notice for more information and to apply now.
Tech brand casting walk-on roles for kids in Manchester
Casting director Coralie Rose of Road Casting is seeking a diverse group of children from within the same school class or bubble for walk-on roles in a new commercial for a well-known tech brand. Kids will need to be aged 5–12, ideally a group of 10, and ideally based in the Wythenshawe area of Manchester. The team would like confident, football-lovers with big personalities. The project shoots 10 December for a few hours and roles are paid £200 plus a chaperone fee. Head to the casting notice for more details and to apply now.
Short comedy casting for female role
London-based filmmaker Harry Deadman is casting Infomercial, a short LA-set comedy film, and is seeking one female supporting role. Casting Director is female, has a playing age of 26–60, and is of any ethnicity. She’s a performer with a convincing (or native) US accent to play a Hollywood casting director who watches the lead character’s audition and is impressed. The project shoots for two hours in London next month and roles are paid a flat rate of £200. The team are seeking performers based in or around London. Head over to the casting notice for more information and to apply now.
Student film casting host of roles
Student short Dearest Brother is casting for a host of roles ahead of filming early next year. Set in the 1800s, it follows a doctor as he discovers that a nearby village is very different from his own. Lead role Isaac is male, playing age 30–45, and any ethnicity. Issac is well-spoken and educated, though prone to anger. Amos is male, playing age 30–45, and any ethnicity. Although tall, he’s somehow still the runt of the litter. Jeremiah is male, playing age 50–65, and any ethnicity. He’s a leader, narcissistic and manipulative. Penelope is female, playing ages 28–40, and any ethnicity. Caring and mothering, she’s grown up in the cult and is naïve to the outside world. The project shoots between 15 and 26 February in the Hatfield area and roles are paid £8.72 per hour. The team are seeking performers based in and around London. Head to the casting notice for more information and to apply now.