CASTING CALLS: Music Videos, Commercials

CASTING CALL – HIP & COOL TYPES for an AWESOME NEW MUSIC VIDEO!

Looking for cool GUYS & GIRLS aged 17-26 with a love of music and a desire to dance.

DANCERS, MUSICIANS, HIPSTERS, ALTERNATIVE TYPES, ALL SHAPES and SIZES. TATTOOS, PIERCINGS, DREAD-LOOKS, FUNKY HAIR DOs and your very own styles are only a bonus!

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Castings next week. Craic Guaranteed!
We need LOADS of people so definitely apply and tell your friends!

GUYS – if you play a musical instrument or are in a band – that is a plus also. Please let us know.
If cast, this is a paid gig.

CVs, Recent Photos, Height, Date of Birth to casting4louisekielycasting@gmail.com

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CASTING CALL -GRANDPARENTS & GRANDSON FOR COMMERCIAL

Irish Grandfather farmer  (aged 55 and over) experienced with animals and farm life. Shouldn’t be shy around cameras but no experience necessary – tell your dads and grandads!

And a boy aged at least 7 but could be 8/9, young looking, Irish accent needs to be chatty outgoing, able to take direction and have a special sparkle, should be v comfortable around animals. Cheeky chappies!

Please do share. A VERY nice fee for those involved.
Must be available next week for casting and 13/14th Aug for shoot.
Interested people should send pics and a bit about themselves to auditions@alicoffeycasting.ie as soon as possible

CASTING CALL IRELAND: Grandads, Eastern Europeans and more

EXTRAS IRELAND CASTING CALL 25-35 GUYS. We are looking for more 25-35 year old guys to feature in two separate upcoming productions. We’d love you to get in touch bookings@extrasireland.com and make sure you give us your full contact details and clear *recent* photographs attached. Candidates should submit one of our Application Forms to be considered for future productions.

CASTING CALL GRANDDAD/ GRANDSON: A TV commercial for Dairy are looking for a Granddad (age 60-75) preferably a farmer and a grandson. * Brilliant if any of you live out the Wicklow way and have a farm? They would need photos of both to be considered and emailed to hanamasterson@gmail.com. Arranging to meet suitable applicants Saturday. 
The shoot is the 13th/14th August.

CASTING CALL – EASTERN EUROPEAN MALES!

Louise Kiely are looking for Eastern European Male Actors – Age mid 30’s – for an exciting new soap to shoot in Dublin.
Ideally you live/have a base in Dublin.
CVs, Photos and Reels should be emailed to casting4louisekielycasting@gmail.com
Places are not guaranteed unfortunately.

CASTING CALL NEWBORNS

The production behind VIKINGS will be filming some baby scenes over the next few weeks that require extremely young infants. If you have recently had a baby, or are just about to, or know anyone else that has and may be interested!!! Please email them on “vikingextras@gmail.com” with SEASON 3 NEWBORN BABY in the subject bar of the email and include the following details…
-Your Name and your child’s name and age/DOB
-Your address
-Your phone number

VIKINGS: Ethnic Backgrounds needed

Hi Folks! Vikings Season 3 are looking for some new recruits! They would LOVE to see applicants from ALL ethnic backgrounds e.g. Black, Asian, South American, Indian, African but to name a few. This is open to everyone! If you are interested, please fill out the attachment below and POST back to  with clear recent photos.

Postal Address:

Extras Department “Vikings Season 3”

TM PRODUCTIONS LTD,

Ashford Film Studios,

Ballyhenry,

Ashford,

Co. Wicklow

(040478758/48)

If you know anyone that fits the criteria and think they may want to apply, please share. If you need any further info, please email the production on “vikingextras@gmail.com”.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_xDTNCgbcURWW9GVk1tOGx0cjg/preview?pli=1

Please note Extras Ireland are not directly involved with this production. All contact should be made directly to the Vikings Extras Department

OPEN CASTING: Extras for Vampire Feature, Actors w/ Voiceover, Radio Drama

***OPEN CASTINGS FEMALES/ MALES AGES 9-15****

Cinemagic patrons, Ros and John Hubbard (The Commitments), of Hubbard Casting, are launching the search for young talent for the film from June 6 – 8 in Ballymena, Belfast and Newry and invite young people with all levels of experience to audition.

Open castings for young females aged 9-12 and young males aged 9-15 will take place on Friday, June 6 from 3.30pm – 7.00pm in The Braid: Ballymena Town Hall, Museum & Arts Centre, Ballymena; Saturday, June 7 from 10.00am – 4.00pm in The Europa Hotel, Belfast, and on Sunday, June 8 from 12pm – 6pm in the Canal Court Hotel, Newry. For further information on the roles up for grabs, click here.

Applicants are required to bring a recent, simple photograph/headshot to the audition. There will be casting for other roles announced over the coming months and details will be announced through the Cinemagic website here.

The project is supported by OFMDFM, BBC Northern Ireland and UTV with the filming taking place from October 20 -November 15 2014. 

**EXTRAS NEEDED** to portray Crew Members, Human Extras and Vampire Extras in a Feature Film for Friday the 6th, Saturday the 7th and Monday the 8th of June.The Light of Day, a mockumentary feature film about a doomed film crew trying to adapt a best-selling vampire comic book. Due to the nature of the scenes extras would need to wear ripped or black clothes.

This film is being made in as part of the highly talked about MSc in Digital Feature Film Production in Filmbase.

Unfortunately it is unpaid, but Tea, Coffee and Snacks will be available.

The film will be ran in the Irish film Festival circuits.

Payment details: no pay

Click here

***ACTORS NEEDED** with voiceover/ radio acting experience. A children’s radio drama series is in need of a cast member at the moment. It’s a fantasy/historical series set in an alternate 8th century Ireland where the magic and monsters of Irish folklore are real.

I’m looking for someone to play a male aged 12/13 who’s a bit of a brat. The character is male but I’m open to females auditioning if they can pull off the voice.

Recording will be at the end of June in RTE, exact dates TBC, but you must be available for a rehearsal half day and two recording days.

The programme will be broadcast on RTE Junior Radio over six episodes of 20 minutes each.

If you’re interested you can message me here with a voice demo, or email me james@landsleaving.com – there will be auditions in the very near future.

This is a paid role.

***VOICEOVER/ CONTINUITY ANNOUNCER FOR TV3***

There is an opening for a continuity announcer for TV3 Studios, Ballymount, Dublin. This position is a part-time position for 2½ days per week. It would suit someone with voiceover experience or someone looking to get into the television industry.

Main tasks of job:
Researching and creatively composing links into and out of programmes.
Recording continuity voice overs and inputting of relevant information into our scheduling system.
Recording of presentation items, such as menus and credit squeezes.
Recording promos for the Newsroom, Midweek and other programmes when required.
Ensuring Branding Guidelines are adhered to across all voice overs.
Working closely with the schedulers in relation to the scheduling of voice over’s

The above list is not exhaustive. You will be expected to perform duties as necessitated by your changing role and the overall business objectives of the Company, as directed.

Essential
Should be a self-starter capable of working under their own initiative
Have excellent organisational skills
Have excellent attention to detail

Desirable: A knowledge of ProTools would be advantage

Interested applicants should send their current CV and voice over demo with examples of scripted continuity for TV3, together with a letter of interest to denise.murphy@tv3.ie to arrive no later than 5.00pm on Friday 6th June 2014
You must include a voice over demo in order for your application to be considered.

Please click the link below to take you to the application page

How to apply
Web-site: http://www.tv3.ie/careers.php?position=235

 

GUIDE: How to Become an Extra in Movies and TV?

Many people often ask how to become an Extra in Movies and TV? You may just be a blurry dot on screen or end up on the cutting room floor. You may just see a celebrity, and have a good story to tell your friends. You may have your own costume, weapons, vehicle or even be given lines of dialogue and notes from the Director. Being an Extra for the most part is an exciting opportunity to do something new, fun and out of the ordinary. It’s a chance to meet new people and can often pay well too. The best way to get on TV or be in a film is joining and registering with an Extras Agency. By registering with companies like Extras Ireland, we simply contact you when an opportunity with criteria that matches your particular physical description comes up. You are then given a call sheet by ourselves or the production company and told when to report to work. We generally check your availability a few days before the job. extras-tv-show-extrasirelandOn most sets, your “boss” will either be the Assistant Director or Extras Co-ordinator (or wrangler — or it could even be under a different name — it depends on the production company). Make things easy on yourself and for the crew by doing exactly as you’re told. They will be very specific about things like when to appear (i.e “Open the door, six seconds after they call action”), where to go, when to eat and whom you should and should not speak to on a set. 99% of the time you are required to ‘mime’ on set. So when you’re asked to speak with another Extra you are really being asked to mouth your words and create the illusion of a real life animated conversation. This applies to everything that you should do. Keep in mind every noise that you make is picked up on the microphones, so you will need to be as silent as possible in everything you do.

Being an Extra for the most part is an exciting opportunity to do something new, fun and out of the ordinary.

After you’ve registered with an agency, its really luck of the draw if you get called for work. Some productions look for very particular extras like soldiers, warriors or vikings, whereas some productions look for modern day people, different nationalities or people who will fit into the costumes. Some commercials and TV series often look for young children and even babies to be part of the production. The working day can be long and early call times of 7am are normal. Its important to act and behave professional at all times, and make sure you turn up on time. That said, it’s an easy, yet tiring and often thankless job. However, if you’re simply looking for any way to be a part of a Hollywood or Bollywood movie or television series then becoming an Extra might just be your ticket in. If this sounds like something you might enjoy you can register with us today. We don’t want you to pay for photo packages, lessons on being an extra, or booking fees thats why its 100% FREE to join with us. Keep an eye out on our website, Irish Film & TV websites, and social media like Facebook and Twitter for the chance to get your first day out as an Extra. To read more about becoming an Extra with Extras Ireland please FAQ page.