Casting Extras, & Stand-In for Feature Film “Genesis”

Angela Boehm Casting will be casting Extras, Stand-In, a Motion Capture Performer for the Feature Film ‘GENESIS’ in Cleveland.


PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. We are receiving many questions about ‘Genesis’ coming to Cleveland and Cincinnati. ALL of the information below is incredibly important, so please take your time reading. Read through a few times before you fill out the form to submit for work on this project.

Project: ‘Genesis’ – A Warner Brothers Feature Film

  • Cleveland Shoot Dates: June 17th- July 16th
  • Cincinnati Shoot Dates: July 17th -July 18th

Background Rate: $12/hour with a guarantee of 8 hours ($96/8). Filming days are often 12-14 hours long, but you will still be compensated if you are let out before 8 hours.
Overtime pay begins after 8 hours.

Stand-In Rate: $13/hour with a guarantee of 8 hours ($104/8). We will be looking for stand-ins for several cast. If you are interested in stand in work, please see the link below- (Note: must have extreme flexibility for these parts)

Our stand-ins will be working with our director and main cast. You must be professional and be willing to interview with production for this position if needed. Overtime pay begins after 8 hours.

Kids: We do have several background roles for kids. If your child is interested, please fill out a separate form for them. PLEASE NOTE: a parent or guardian must be on set at all times.

‘GENESIS’ GENERAL INTEREST SIGN-UP FORM (below)
Please fill out a form at this link: https://bit.ly/GenesisABC

NOTE: This form is ONLY for your general information. When we have specific dates for specific roles, we will put out separate forms for those.

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Excited to work with you all soon.


REVISED Angela Boehm Casting is now looking for a Female Stand-In for the Feature Film ‘GENESIS’ in Cleveland

They are looking for a Female Stand-In for the Warner Brother’s Feature Film ‘Genesis’.

REVISED SPECS BELOW
Project: ‘Genesis’ – A Warner Brothers Feature Film 
Filming Location: Cleveland, OH

WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR:

  • MUST BE 18+
  • FEMALE STAND-IN:
    • Height: 4’9″ – 5’1″
    • Weight: 75lbs – 110lbs
    • ETHNICITY: AFRICAN AMERICAN

Dates Needed: Monday, July 1st 2024, Tuesday, July 2nd 2024, Wednesday, July 3rd 
(These are subject to change. MUST HAVE EXTREME FLEXIBILITY)

Rate: $13/hour with a guarantee of 8 hours ($104/8) with overtime after 8 hours

Our stand-ins will be working with our director and main cast. You must be professional and be willing to interview with production for this position if needed. (Note: must have extreme flexibility for these parts)

If you fit the specs and have already submitted, please do not submit again. We have your submission 🙂

Please fill out a form at this link: https://bit.ly/GenesisABC

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS JUST A SUBMISSION. IF YOU ARE BOOKED, WE WILL REACH OUT TO YOU.

Casting Call – Paid Background (BG) Extras for “Stickshift”

Lillian Pyles Casting seeking paid Background (BG) Extras for STICKSHIFT feature film.


CASTING CALL – BACKGROUND (BG) Extras Needed! PAID!

ABOUT THE FILM: A reformed getaway driver (EDIE) gets pulled back in for one last job in order to save the life of her always-in-trouble ex who is indebted to their former boss.

Lillian Pyles Casting is currently seeking actors for multiple roles for the Feature-Length High-Budget Subscription Video On Demand Program, STICKSHIFT, to be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures intended for initial release on Hulu. This production will be filmed in Cleveland, Ohio.

ALL ROLES ARE OPEN ETHNICITY. It is very important to not re-submit if you already did previously. Your first submission is currently in our database and being considered.

If interested in being background actors/extras please click the link below and fill out the form and we will contact you at a later date for your availability if you are selected.

The AirTable password is: Casting123

https://airtable.com/appW9CD47ZOfmWJv7/pagSj50kjNpkNxQpc/form


-LILLIAN PYLES, CSA

Lillian Pyles Casting Team

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Creative Impact Fund, Deadline May 31st

Assembly for the Arts is now accepting applications for the Creative Impact Fund, open to all arts disciplines. Deadline is May 31st.


Artists and creatives positively affect our lives and our region every day. Their work has the power to transcend barriers and unite people, to promote healing, and to highlight social injustices leading to just and equitable change.  

Introducing the 2024 Creative Impact Fund (CIF), an unrestricted grant designed to support the growth of an artist’s creative practice and advance their impact on our region. The CIF will award seventeen (17) artists and creatives with $10,000 in unrestricted funds in addition to business development support.

Forward-thinking artists who have been creating impactful and inventive artistic work for three or more years in the disciplines of craft, dance, design, film, interdisciplinary work, media, music, theatre & performance, traditional/folk arts, visual art, and writing/literary art are encouraged to apply. This funding opportunity is open to artists and creatives who live and work in Cuyahoga County.   

AWARDED ARTISTS RECEIVE:

  • $10,000 in unrestricted funds  
  • Business and professional development support opportunities, including marketing  
  • Dedicated support from Assembly staff including advise on achieving creative goals for the grant year  
  • Networking opportunities, including connections to institutional partners, thought partners or potential collaborators  
  • Promotion of the as a Creative Impact Fund awardee on Assembly’s website, social media 
  • Special access to opportunities as they arise throughout the year  
  • An Assembly for the Arts membership  

APPLY HERE

ATTEND AN INFORMATIONAL SESSION

Join Assembly for the Arts for an information session to learn about the 2024 Creative Impact Fund and how to apply. The session will cover eligibility, review selection criteria, what’s required in the application, and more. Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask questions.  

REGISTER FOR AN INFORMATIONAL SESSION

Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival (GCUFF) Accepting Submissions, Late Deadline May 31st

The Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival (GCUFF) is now accepting submissions for the 13th annual festival, to be held September 19th – 27th, 2024.


Every year Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival (GCUFF) accepts films and stories that celebrate and resonate with their audience, and they encourage local, national, and international participation. All accepted entries will be notified by July 10th.

SUBMISSION DEADLINES & IMPORTANT DATES:

  • Early Deadline: March 15, 2024
  • Regular Deadline: April 30, 2024
  • Late Deadline: May 31, 2024
  • Notification Date: July 31, 2024
  • Festival: September 19 – 27, 2024

COMPETITION CATEGORIES:

The festival accepts films/videos in the following genres:

  • Dramatic Feature
  • Dramatic Short
  • Comedy
  • Comedy Short
  • Documentary Feature
  • Documentary Short
  • LGBT
  • Animation
  • Christian
  • and Music Video

Festival programming staff may use their discretion to place your film in the appropriate category.

SUBMIT ON FILM FREEWAY

2024 BlueCat TV Writing Competition: Call for Entries

2024 BlueCat TV Writing Competition open call for entries for an Hour Pilot and Half-Hour Pilot.


BlueCat has a long and distinguished history of discovering unknown TV writers, introducing them to the industry, and launching their careers.

We have two categories: Hour Pilot and Half-Hour Pilot.

Every pilot submitted will receive script analysis at no additional cost. After receiving feedback, all writers will be eligible to revise their scripts and resubmit.

Send us your pilot—-we want to help you develop your script!

Deadlines:

  • Early: April 2nd – $50/$40
  • Regular: May 7th – $60/$50
  • Final: June 4th – $70/$60
  • Late: June 25th – $80/$70
  • Resubmission: July 23rd – $50/$40

Prizes:

There will be two winner, Hour Pilot and Half-Hour Pilot. The two winners will win $2,000 each and be introduced to over four hundred literary managers and agents. All writers who enter a pilot to the competition will receive a written analysis of their script as a part of their entry fee.

Announcements:

  • Quarter-Finalists: August 20th
  • Semi-Finalists: September 3rd
  • Finalists: September 10th
  • Winners: Septemeber 17th

Founded in 1998 by award-winning writer Gordy Hoffman, BlueCat has supported thousands of screenwriters through written analysis provided to all entrants, many of whom have gone on to successful careers in the film and television industry.

ENTER NOW 

BlueCat’s Alumni include:

Aaron Guzikowski (Verve/Madhouse) wrote PRISONERS, the remake of PAPILLON, and Ridley Scott’s RAISED BY WOLVES.

Fergal Rock wrote DEPARTURES starring Nina Dobrev and Maisie Williams.

Ana Lily Amirpour (CAA), won Special Jury Prize at the 2016 Venice Film Festival for THE BAD BATCH, directed by Lyle Vincent (DREAMLAND) and starring Jason Momoa, Jim Carrey and Keanu Reeves. She will direct CLIFFHANGERS produced by Neal Mortiz.

Ashleigh Powell (Gersh/Good Fear Film), wrote THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS directed by Lasse Hallstrom and Joe Johnston. She’s currently writing THE ATHENA PROJECT for Warner Bros and THE PAPER MAGICIAN for Disney.

Beck Center for the Arts Seeking Overhire for Scene Shop

Beck Center for the Arts seeking overhire for Scene Shop.


Beck Center is always on the lookout for people who are seeking some overhire hours for our on-site Scene Shop.

We’re seeking general tech including assistance with electrics, light carpentry, painting, and even strikes and changeovers. No minimum availability (a few hours here and there works!) but hours are almost always between 9AM and 5PM on weekdays. No evenings and weekends in general.

If you have potential interest please drop an email to:

Scott Spence, Beck Center Artistic Director, Email at: [email protected]

Cleveland State University Now Hiring – FT Assistant College Lecturers & PT, Single Term Instructor

Cleveland State University School of Film & Media Arts is now hiring.


Full-time, Assistant College Lecturer – Cinematography & Film Production

Job Summary: The School of Film & Media Arts at Cleveland State University seeks applications for a full-time, permanent Assistant College Lecturer – Cinematography & Film Production position to begin on August 19, 2024. CSU is committed to academic excellence and diversity within the faculty, staff, and student body. CSU is a nationally recognized and student-focused public research institution that provides accessible, affordable, and Engaged Learning opportunities for all.

The College Lecturer will teach four courses per semester and engage in service duties as assigned. The ideal candidate possesses professional experience in cinematography and lighting for film, video, and media arts. Current and fluent knowledge of advanced processes and techniques in professional high-definition video formats, and significant experience with camera, lighting, grip and film workflows are essential. Candidates should be able to teach beginning and advanced cinematography courses, as well as beginning, intermediate, and advanced film production classes.


Full-time, Assistant College Lecturer – Screenwriting & Directing 

The School of Film & Media Arts at Cleveland State University seeks applications for a full-time, permanent Assistant College Lecturer – Screenwriting & Directing position to begin on August 19, 2024. CSU is committed to academic excellence and diversity within the faculty, staff, and student body. CSU is a nationally recognized and student-focused public research institution that provides accessible, affordable, and Engaged Learning opportunities for all.

The College Lecturer will teach four courses per semester and engage in service duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate possesses professional experience in screenwriting and directing for film and media arts. The ability to teach a wide variety of courses ranging from beginning to advanced level screenwriting, directing performance, directing camera, and project-based film production courses is essential.

LEARN MORE & APPLY


Part-time, Single Term Instructor

Job Summary: The School of Film and Media Arts in the College of Arts & Sciences invites applications for part-time single-term instructors to teach film & media production courses in our undergraduate program.

The University is opening this posting for the purposes of establishing a pool of candidates, from which to select part-time instructor candidates.

Throughout the academic year, individuals may be contacted by the department to further discuss positions available, on an as-needed, semester-by-semester basis.

Service as a part-time single-term instructor does not accrue tenure rights. Part-time single-term instructors serve by the mutual agreement expressed in each successive contract executed and are engaged to teach at the convenience of the university.

A part-time single-term instructor shall not have teaching responsibilities exceeding nine credit hours per semester and no other responsibilities such as to accrue to full-time faculty.

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Cleveland 48-Hour Film Project | July 12 – 14

Get set to make a movie with The 48 Hour Film Project – Cleveland!
Registration opens Wednesday, May 1, 2024 at 12:00 am.


From Film Weekend Kickoff… to Screening… to Awards…Gather Teammates – Friends/Colleagues/Family!

Write, shoot, and edit a short film based on the genre you draw at The Kickoff and the required character, prop, and line assigned for your city.

Premiere YOUR film! Celebrate with Awards, including Audience Award.

The winner of Best Film goes to Filmapalooza in March 2025, and is eligible for a spot in our screening at the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner!

Try something new, level up your filmmaking, and join our community.

When:

  • Registration opens Wednesday, May 1 at 12 am
  • The 48 Hour Film Project: July 12 – 14, 2024

Goal: Make a FILM in 48 hours and attend its PREMIERE SCREENING!

LEARN MORE 

Join the Near West Theatre Crew

Near West Theatre is now hiring crew for any show in their season.


Learn how to backstage operations work, while building your community network.

Crew provides critical backstage magic. That table? A crew member placed it. His special effects makeup? They created it. Those faces that you see? They’re lighting them! NWT’s crew varies from show to show, but one thing that remains is each group’s dedication to making all of the technical aspects come to life.

One of the awesome parts about NWT’s community is this: many of our actors spend time helping out with crew when they are not in shows. This means our participants are getting a well-rounded theatre experience, both onstage and off!

Roles Include:

  • Assistant Stage Manager
  • Spotlight Operators
  • Props Assistants
  • Wardrobe Assistants
  • Makeup Assistants

These opportunities are open to ages 13 and up, and the commitment begins two weeks before the run of a show, and continues through closing night.

LEARN MORE & APPLY