How to Find Movie Casting Calls
Sometimes finding movie casting calls can be a real challenge.
Here are some tips on how to find movie casting calls:
Surprisingly enough—casting calls for movies like the Harry Potter
series have actually been posted on line without a whole lot of requirements
as to experience etc. I also noticed that X Men 3 and several other
sites that will help register the aspiring actor for casting calls to
audition to be in the movies. Some of these sites are great to register
to and they will send you casting calls when they match up well with
your resume. However, some of these sites you will register on receive
so many registrations and have so many resumes to look at, that they
are likely never to contact you back. Some websites give the direct
time and place, list compensation and parts they are looking for. There
are casting calls posted on these sites for both union and non-union
actors—some of them calling specifically for non-union. I was
able to find casing calls for a "Rocky" Sequel, a Ben Stiller
Movie called "Night at the Museum", Castle Rock Film posted
a casting call for a movie called "Chaos Theory", as well
as a Bruce Willis Film coming out soon called "Perfect Stranger".
· Acting Agents and/or Agencies
Of course, an acting agent can always find movie casting calls for his
or her clients that are perhaps offer better roles and are based on
the success of actors represented by that particular acting agent or
agency. Undoubtedly an acting agency will have knowledge of more movie
casting calls than one could find searching all alone.
· Acting Schools and Institutions
Other ways to find movie casting calls would be through acting schools
or institutions. There may be bulletin boards announcing movie casting
calls that someone unaffiliated with that institution or school would
not otherwise see.
· Acting/Talent Scouts
Talent/acting scouts may happen to see you in a performance or something
of the like and invite you to audition in a movie casting call.