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Jobs, Casting Calls, Careers

 

Open Call for Japanese TV Series Astonishing News: Susan Smith Story
Monday, August 21st, 5pm-9pm

Location: The Little Theatre, ACES – Educational Center for the Arts, 1 Lincoln Street , New Haven

Casting for:
Susan Smith, Caucasian female, early 20s, resembling Susan Smith
David Smith, Caucasian male, early 20s, resembling David Smith
Tom Findlay, Caucasian male, 20s and 30s
Michael Smith, 3-5 year-old boy
Alex Smith, 1-2 year-old boy
African American male, 20s
Detectives, 20s, 30s, 40s
Caucasian female, 20, 30s, 40s
Male and female extras, 20s, 30s, 40s

Shoot: Thursday 8/24 to Monday 8/28, in Southern and Central Connecticut WITH COMPENSATION
 

 

High School and College SAG and non-SAG Actors Wanted
(Respond until October 1, 2006)

Sylvia Fay Casting is looking for background work on a feature film which will be shooting in the Stamford – New Haven, Connecticut area beginning mid August. We are particularly looking for actors who can portray high school and college students.

Please send headshot and resume to:

Sylvia Fay Casting
71 Park Avenue
New York City, NY 10016
Attn: Connecticut
contact@sylviafaycasting.com
No phone calls or office visits please
 

 

TLC's Shalom in the Home is looking for Families!
(Respond by November 1, 2006)

TLC’s hit show “Shalom in the Home” is now casting families for Season Two! If your family is facing any of the following issues or any other issues than we want to hear from you.

Are you having in-law problems? Is your child having bullying issues? Are you in an inter-faith relationship and have conflicts with each other’s families? Is dad having conflict with a teenage daughter? Do you have trouble saying NO to your child? Are you very protective parents and your child can't understand it? Relationship infidelity issue’s and trying to regain trust?

If you are interested in applying for “Shalom in the Home” please send us an email at ksarge@diverseusa.tv or call us at 646.763.8189 X227 and tell us a little bit about your family situation. You can also apply now at tlc.com/shalom.

 

 

New Makeover Show Is Looking For Families In The Tri State Area
(Respond by September 1, 2006)

Are you and your family going through a transition? New Baby? New House? Is your current living space in need of a fix? New York based TV company Leopard Films USA is looking for enthusiastic families that need help getting through the next stage in their lives. We will change the way families live their lives by challenging them to change the space they live in.

If this is something that interests you, and you live within two hours of New York City then please contact us! You may call at (212) - 627-1181 x400, or send an e-mail to whitehouse@leopardfilms.com.

Tell the neighbors.

 

 

HGTV Is Looking For Homeowners Who Need Help With Their Home Improvements(Respond by August 31, 2006)

Steve Watson, the host of HGTV's new show "Don't Sweat It" will make stops in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey to work alongside homeowners to get their headache-y home projects finished. If you live in this tri-state area and are an energetic homeowner, contact the producers with your name, address, phone number and a paragraph explaining your home improvement needs at: CREATIVELOLITA@GMAIL.COM

 

 

On-going search for:
Honey We’re Killing The Kids

The hit BBC America show on The Learning Channel (TLC) is looking for 2 parent families with 2 or more children (preferably ages 4 – 12) that need to improve their nutrition and overall health. This documentary show brings in an expert to educate the family and puts them on a 3 week program to improve every aspect of their family life focusing heavily on nutrition. To speak with a casting director call 917-362-9158.

 


On-going search for:
Extraordinary Unusual New England Homes

“Offbeat America‚” a popular series on Home & Garden Television (HGTV), is looking for occupied, highly unusual New England homes and/or yards. Wild, bizarre, fun, cool and funky are often used to describe the homes featured on the show.  Do you have or know of a home or yard that fits the bill?  If so, High Noon Entertainment, producer of Offbeat America, would like to know about it.

Recent Offbeat America episodes have featured:
  • a Mojave Desert resident who engineered his aluminum home to spin like a top.
  • a Pennsylvania home covered in mirrors that appears to disappear as it reflects the surrounding landscape.
  • a homeowner in Green Bay who loves racing slot cars so much that he designed his home to look like a giant racetrack.
  • a woman who fashions sweaters from her cats' fur and a man who makes yard statues from fertilizer.

For more information or to submit a home for consideration, contact Gregg Stucker at 303-712-3172 or send digital photos of your home and a description to gstucker@highnoonentertainment.com.

 

 

Media Instructor Position:
(Apply by August 15, 2006)

Media Instructor will be responsible for developing and facilitating video-related programming at Youth Rights Media.  Currently, YRM operates the Media Lab, an after-school program that meets twice weekly.  In the Lab students discuss, plan, develop, and produce public service announcements and documentaries aimed at stimulating community change.  As YRM’a in-house technical media expert, the media instructor will work hand in hand with YRM’s media coordinator, not only teaching youth production skills but also driving the creative production process.   This is a part-time position.  Read More.





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