KUMARÉ IS BACK - CASTING CALL

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EXTRAS NEEDED THIS SATURDAY AUG 19
KUMARÉ IS BACK! (www.kumaremovie.com) 
If you would like to spend a beautiful summer day with the GURU KUMARÉ, and be part of a video projects, keep reading... The film production will be shooting around Woodstock, NY on Saturday Aug 19. They are looking for extras – yogis, dancers, artists, people who are passionate about Kumaré, are encouraged! The production will provide delicious food, a fun filled day and a lake to swim in.

If you are interested, please email Anna at casting@prophets.net with photos and/or facebook link (if you have one) and your interest.
Rate of Pay: Meals provided

CASTING CALL FOR SEPT. FEATURE FILM

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LOCAL CASTING CALL FOR THE FOLLOWING PARTS (SAG & NON-SAG)
Email all headshots and resumes to hudsonvalleyfilmcommission@gmail.com


Photographer (Age: 30 to 45)Bookish, awkward, and meek, the Photographer is more comfortable taking photos of people than communicating with them. He is extremely risk averse and non-confrontational, and his favorite part of his job is being in the dark room, alone.

 Hunters - Short, Fat and Tall (Age: 30 to 75) – A group of Eastern European, Borscht Belt sportsmen who, despite living in the United States of America, only adhere to the laws and customs of their native land. *Men and women

Diner Patron (Age: 38 to 50)Earnest and lonely, the Patron is driving through Shandaken after being scammed by a group of teenagers in a false mail order bride scheme. 

Waiter (Age: 35 to 75)A reliable, career server at the County’s most upscale steakhouse. He takes pride in his job and is a skilled server who can garnish table side with a flourish.

 Paperboy/girl (Age: 5 to 10)  A young scamp straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting, that delivers newspapers on his bike each morning. *Must be comfortable riding a bike

JULY ENDS WITH GREEN DOLPHIN

The entire Mid-Hudson Valley has been seeing a lot of film production with much more on the way.

Two films, UNINTENDED and GREEN DOLPHIN, recently wrapped production in the region. Both productions were thrilled with the results and hope to come back for many more. We'll wrap it all up at the end of July and give you a sneak peak of things to come.


 

LOOKING FOR TWO STORY STONE FARMHOUSE

Photo sample by Tania Barricklo, Daily Freeman

Photo sample by Tania Barricklo, Daily Freeman

A feature film that may choose the Hudson Valley region to film in the fall is looking for a two story stone farmhouse in disrepair, preferably on a hill with a long driveway leading up to it, with mountains in the distance. An adjacent barn would be a bonus but they are willing to build if necessary. If you have anything that meets these requirements, please email a photo with contact info and we will pass it on to the production, which is currently considering several other regions.

HOLLYWOOD AT THE HUNT BUILDING

Hollywood At The Hunt Building

By Paul Smart

ELLENVILLE – Production manager Patrick Eaton is professional, as is Sabine Schenk, the producer he's working with on the film they started shooting in Ellenville Monday morning, Unintended. The two usually work in New York City, helping European productions navigate the complexities of shooting in our nation's largest city. She's German, his family's French. Their background is impressive, working on everything from photo shoots and commercials to academy award winning movies such as The Reader.

Unintended is written and directed by Anja Murmann, an NYU film school graduate who got to know Upstate New York after her first short film played the Woodstock Film Festival. Her first feature, Fifteen Months in May, won "Best New Director – Special Mention " at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. The two stars are Elizabeth Lail, who starred as Anna in television's Once Upon A Time, and plays Natalie on The Blacklist, and Sean Cullen, a Broadway actor with extensive film and television credits.

Read the complete story at SHAWANGUNK JOURNAL

CREW CALL FOR LO-BUDGET FEATURE IN POJO AREA

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If you are interested in applying for any of the following crew positions for THE BURIED GIRL, please send resume and queries to Jessica at jessica@luminoustudios.com

Shoot dates are July 17 to August 18 in Poughkeepsie region.

Looking to fill these positions:

  1. Art Director ($175/day)
  2. Set Designer ($150/day)
  3. Prop Master($150/day)
  4. Art PA ($125/day)
  5. UPM ($175/day)
  6. Production Coordinator (125/day)
  7. Script Supervisor ($150/day)
  8. Boom Operator ($150/day)
  9. Best Boy Grip ($125/day)
  10. Best Boy Lighting ($125/day)
  11. Stunt Coordinator (TBD)
  12. Production Assistants (4) ($125/day)
  13. HMU Assistant ($125/day)
  14. Wardrobe Assistant ($125/day)

Short Synopsis: The Buried Girl is a swift-moving, tense, and emotionally-fullfilling murder mystery with a thrilling ending that will have the audience on the edge of their seats.