African-American babies and kids needed for film in Atlanta

African-American babies and kids needed for film in Atlanta

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CAB Castings LLC. seeking  African-American babies and kids for a new short film shooting in Atlanta in March 2018.

ROLES: NEWBORN BABY – boys or girls. -Twins welcome and encouraged to submit

1 YEAR OLD – girls. -Twins welcome and encouraged to submit

LOCATION: Atlanta area

FIRST SHOOT DATE:
– NEW BORN: MARCH 9, 2018.
– 1 YEAR OLD: MARCH 13, 2018

PAY: The rate for MINORS on this production is $100/10hr, which you will receive in the form of a check in the mail.

***BECAUSE OF AGE OF BABY THEY WILL RECEIVE THIS RATE FOR 2 HOURS ON SET! =)

SUBMIT: If available, please email the information below to INFO@CABCASTINGS.COM
w/ Subject Line: “NEWBORN TWINS/SINGLE”
OR
w/ Subject Line: “1 YEAR OLD TWINS/SINGLE”
– Name
– Number
– Age
– Height
– 2 Photos (1 Headshot/ 1 Full Body)
(PLEASE INCLUDE ALL INFORMATION ABOVE IN YOUR EMAIL!)

A member from CAB CASTINGS, LLC. will call you to book your attendance in a scene and confirm availability if interested in booking you for the show.

SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. Good Luck!

via The Southern Casting Call and CAB Castings LLC
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Georgia Could Be the New Hollywood for Young Acting Talent — Variety

Georgia Could Be the New Hollywood for Young Acting Talent — Variety

Growing up in Atlanta, Shannon Purser showed a passion for acting from an early age, appearing in plays in elementary and middle school, as well as at church. A decade earlier, it might’ve put her on a path to become a theater major in college and maybe one day pursue a professional career in Los… Read more »

via Georgia Could Be the New Hollywood for Young Acting Talent — Variety

SAG has a new home for Young Performers

SAG has a new home for Young Performers

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The Screen Actors Guild Has New Home on the Web for Young Performers

Does your child have his SAG-Aftra card? Perhaps he has a few waivers and is approaching a “must join” status. The Screen Actors Guild has a great new place for young performers to get information and resources about being a part of the union.

There are answers to frequently asked questions, news and industry updates and behind the scenes videos.

One of the coolest features is an interactive animation of a set that describes all the production people as well their names and roles.

Check it out with your little performer and bookmark the site so he can visit it often!

For more information visit:
http://www.youngperformers.sagaftra.org