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Casting Background Extras to work in a movie


Open Casting Call News for filming in the Monterey Area

Actively seeking Men and Women of all shapes, sizes and ethnicities (over the age of 18, to work as Non Union (non Screen Actors Guild) Background Extras on a new project.

  • Date: Sunday, May 1, 2016
  • Time: (between the hours) 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Location: Embassy Suites -- Monterey Bay Seaside
    1441 Canyon Del Rey, Seaside, CA 93955
    (Please...NO PHONE calls to hotel)
    Meet in Laguna Grande D Ballroom

Please bring with you a current 3x5 size photo of yourself, a pen, and a great attitude. They will be filming in May 2016 in the Monterey area. There is pay for this project if/when you are hired to work. The rate is $80 for 8 hours, and overtime starts after the 8th hour (you should plan on making yourself available for the entire day or night). Meals will be provided while working.

There are no fees of any kind to work on this project.



Location Spotlight:

Camera-ready Big Sur... It’s hard to be more picture-perfect than Big Sur in the spring, with green grass, wildflowers, and the dramatic ocean vistas and crashing waves. For location details, contact Karen Nordstrand in the MCFC office, Karen@FlmMonterey.org.



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