CASTING EXTRAS FOR A FILM!
We are looking for EXTRAS ages 14-25 from all cultural backgrounds to be featured in TWO PROJECTS: our YOU GOT THIS VIDEO PROJECT, and YOU GOT THIS rock video, directed by Robyn Hussa Farrell and Tim Farrell
YOU GOT THIS ROCK VIDEO featuring CEEJ JEFFERSON, MICHAEL DAVIDSON, and other local artists. We are seeking 15-20 extras from diverse backgrounds, ages 14-25 who are available Friday, June 15th from 5-9pm to film at Converse College at the Hazel B. Abbott Theatre. This film shoot is going to be a rock video where we need lots of extras who are having fun, enjoying the music and jamming / dancing / rocking out. The project does not include pay, but extras will have a chance to work with New York City artists and filmmakers and may be featured in the video. All extras will get a copy of the final video for their reel.Get the song here! (password is GotThis2018!)
YOU GOT THIS VIDEO for CONNECT SPARTANBURG. We are seeking 10-15 extras to play “high school students” on Saturday, June 16th from 9am to 5pm and Sunday, June 17th from 9am – 5pm. This film shoot will be following the story line in this script. The project does not include pay, but extras will have a chance to work with New York City artists and filmmakers and may be featured in the video. All extras will get a copy of the final video for their reel. Download the script here
Please note: the video will be shot in NY Verite style with many cameras moving on stage alongside the actors and other talent. Please familiarize yourself with the style prior to filming!
White Elephant Enterprises
White Elephant Enterprises and CONNECT Spartanburg
Robyn Hussa Farrell and Tim Farrell
Original music by
Michael Davidson and “Ceej” Christopher Jefferson
YOU GOT THIS is a short Glee-style video created for CONNECT Spartanburg – a teen pregnancy prevention initiative designed to inspire youth to make healthy choices. Filmed in a theatrical style, this project requires young actors to be able to act in a stylized manner.
Set in the present day at “generic high school,” the story is about Jazzie and Sass who need to resolve a sexual health issue at a teen pregnancy prevention clinic. The purpose for the video is to teach young people where to access resources for sexual health.
Please indicate which days you are available — we will be giving preference to those who are available all 3 days.
This program is funded in part by Chapman Cultural Center, its donors, the County and City of Spartanburg and the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of SC.