A crew call has been announced for a Lifetime documentary that will be filming in Oklahoma City later in the month of October. Tentative dates are October 15 and 16. A PA is needed for the shoot. This position would pay $150 per day. The candidate must have documentary experience and know set protocol. The ideal candidate will be flexible and have a good attitude. Interested parties may email their resume to email@example.com or call 323-410-7853 for more information.
A crew call has been announced for a local documentary film, which will shoot in Oklahoma City in the coming months. The production is in need of Field Producers ($500/ Day), PAs ($140/Day) Sound Mixers ($500/Day + kit rental) and Camera Ops ($500/Day). The shoot schedule will be determined in the near future. Interested parties may submit their resumes to MJP@Herzogcompany.com.
MONDAY AT 11:01 AM
RED HAT LADY - Caucasian female, 70s. Think of the typical Red Hat Lady (but she doesn't actually have to be one). Must be available for a photo call either Monday or Tuesday 10/27-28 and to appear in the movie 11.6, 11.20
PLUMP LADY - African American woman, 50s-70s. Must be available 10/27 and 11/20.
HARPSICHORD PLAYER - Male or female, any age. Must be skilled at the harpsichord. Appears in the film 11/5 and 11/9.
BALD GUYS - Males, 30s. They must be fit, attractive, thin face. 5'8" - 6'2" tall. They will have special effect prosthetic makeup appliances in a very memorable scene. Appears in the film 11/18.
MALE STAND-IN - Caucasian male, dark hair, 6'3"-6'5" tall. Over 18. MUST BE AVAILABLE all Sundays through Thursdays from 10/26-11/21.
FEMALE STAND-IN - Caucasian female, blonde hair, 5'6" - 5'8" tall. Over 18. MUST BE AVAILABLE all Sundays through Thursdays from 10/26-11/21.
“Gentlemen the Movie” is an upcoming documentary directed by award winning Irish filmmaker Ken Wardrop and produced by Venom Film. It explores the nature of being an ordinary American man today through a patchwork of intimate portraits with men.
The producers of The Great Food Truck Race are now casting for the Food Network's new hit show, Guy's Grocery Games. This fast-paced challenge puts talented chefs and professional cooks to the test in the ultimate supermarket-themed showdown. From shopping on a budget to substituting out-of-stock ingredients, contestants will have to race against the clock to survive.
To apply, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please put your City & State in the subject line of the email.
*Also in the email, please include your name, phone number, current title/occupation, a description of your culinary background, a recent photo of you, a few photos of dishes you have created, and why you think you have what it takes to win.
Contestants will have the opportunity to win up to $20,000.
Lost in Love
A casting call has been announced for the documentary series looking to reunite lost loves. The production seeks individuals between the ages of 25-40 who need help reconnecting with "the one that got away," including someone met abroad whom you cannot locate, or someone whom you simply missed the opportunity to connect with. The production will help locate the lost individual and encourage a re-connection.
Compensation will be paid upon successful completion of production: $1,000 for participants and $500 if someone you referred is selected.
Those interested should email LostLove@Pitmancasting.com or call 818.666.3606.
A casting call has been announced for the DIY Network's production, which seeks "the ugliest front yards in America," one of which will be chosen for a huge two-day landscape transformation for America's Most Desperate Landscape 2015. Lawns with a builder's grade landscape or simply a dead lawn need not apply. The production is primarily seeking more visually desperate appearances which include crumbling concrete, peeling paint, rickety fences, etc.
Homeowners interested in applying should visit: www.jaytv.net
To view the 2014 transformation, please visit: http://www.diynetwork.com/decorating/americas-most-desperate-landscape-2014-before-and-after-pictures/pictures/index.html.
A casting call has been announced for a Lifetime documentary that will be filming in Oklahoma City later in the month of October. Tentative dates are October 15 and 16. The production is looking for a male child actor with blond hair/blue eyes, age 6, that can take direction well. The payment will be $100 for a one day shoot. For examples on reenactments, parents can visit: http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/ghost-inside-my-child.
Interested parties should email a headshot/resume to email@example.com. Please call 323-410-7853 for more information.
Office Administrator - Full Time
Freestyle Marketing in Moore, OK is hiring a full time Office Administrator. Primary responsibilities would include overseeing administrative activities, general reception, creation of internal documents, office management, bookkeeping assistance and other general office tasks.
To apply, send resume, cover letter and salary requirement to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Editor/Animator - Full Time
GUTS Church in Tulsa, OK is hiring a full-time video editor/animator. Primary responsibilities would include editing weekly church update videos, and special event/outreach promos, as well as compositing, and adding basic animation/motion graphics to enhance videos. We are looking for someone who is capable of meeting tight deadlines, working a flexible schedule, is driven, and a good team player.
To inquire or apply for an interview please call the church at 918.622.4422 or email email@example.com.
News 9 is hiring a part time production assistant to work at their Oklahoma City location.
Duties: Set-up and operate studio and field cameras and related equipment for live and recorded programs. Set-up, adjust and maintain lighting configurations and equipment. Special projects as assigned. Must be able to lift a minimum of 35 pounds and briefly hold that weight overhead.
Hours/Schedule: Part-time. Must be flexible to changes due to holidays, vacations, sick leave, breaking news and weather coverage.
Skills: Ability to interact productively and positively with fellow employees. Must have the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. Ability to communicate technical terms used in TV production operations. Should have the ability to operate various grip equipment, i.e. remote cameras, lighting equipment, etc.
Education: High School diploma or equivalent, or 1 year equivalent training, required. Thorough working knowledge of TV production, cameras, and tape editing machines preferred. Courses in lighting, film and television helpful. Broadcast experience preferred.
Special Requirements: All employees are required to provide documentation of employment eligibility to work in the United States. Please contact Human Resources for a list of acceptable documents.
How To Apply: Please apply online at: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=10706011
Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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