The L.A. Casting for 168 in 2013 will be on the weekend of May 18 and 19th, courtesy of Beverly Hills Casting.
To be added to the Casting Database, please email headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the subject box, make sure to type your NAME, ETHNICITY, and AGE RANGE.
(Example: John Doe: Hispanic, Age Range: 35 - 45.)
Include a link to your reel if you have one. This will help your chances of being cast.
Note: Eligibility for 168 Film Festival Acting Awards: Choose your roles wisely. Actors appearing in more than 2 of the 168 Film Projects will not be considered for awards.
168 CASTING, PRODUCER INSTRUCTIONS:
For Producers Wanting Help Casting near L.A: Casting will take place May 18 and 19th at Beverly Hills Casting (up to 10 films, five roles each). Contact: email@example.com and pay fee here.
In casting your 168 project, the process goes like this:
On May 13th Verses are assigned and you will all write your scripts and prepare "sides" or actor parts for auditions. Then you need to find the actors and audition them and contract them. It's a lot of work! For a small fee, it can be all done for you at any casting agency.
If you are in L.A, we have arranged the special rate of $199 (only for 168), Beverly Hills Casting will provide:
● Confirm Character Breakdowns with Producers
● Post on Breakdown Services to agents, managers, and actors
● Schedule and facilitate principal role auditions
● Check Availability and schedule meetings with talent
● Distribute grading system for producers to keep notes on all talent.
Casting is a vital part of a successful film. Finding the right actors can be time consuming and it can make or break your film. For a speed filmmaking competition, you need a casting team that is professional, knowledgeable and efficient. We are proud to once again work with Beverly Hills Casting (BHC).
BHC has a great reputation for casting professional actors. Two of the films they cast last year, “Refuge” and “Set Free”, garnered 5 Best Actor and Supporting Actor nominations with “Refuge” winning 8 awards including Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Film.
“For me the script and casting are the two most important elements that you have to get right if you want your film to be a success. The Casting Team of Beverly Hills Casting were amazing! Refuge would not have been a success without them.” – Paul Luebbers, Producer, Best Film, 2012
Casting Coordinator: Susanna Velasquez, Casting Directors: Cherin Perelman, Madolyn Rose of Beverly Hills Casting, firstname.lastname@example.org