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With the new revamped Casting Notices on ProductionHUB, we thought it would be great to get some tips on what casting directors are looking for when searching for talent. We recently caught up with Nancy McBride, a casting director in the industry so many are wanting to break into. She shares her thoughts and experiences with actors she’s met and trained, while also sharing with us 5 simple tips for actors to quickly remember before heading out to that next audition…
Co-Founders of Soulstice Casting, Casting Director Jazzy Collins & Kaymie Mattison on Amazon’s Lizzo's Watch Out For The Big Grrrls
Casting director Jazzy Collins was Emmy-Nominated for her work on Amazon’s Lizzo's Watch Out For The Big Grrrls in the Outstanding Casting for A Reality Program category. She is the first Black Casting Director to receive an Emmy nomination in this category and co-founded Soulstice Casting, a boutique, full-service casting company that specializes in unscripted and commercial casting, with Kaymie Mattison.
Casting Director, Artist Manager, and Producer, Briana Frapart on Reflecting Diversity in Audience Members for Upcoming Projects
Briana Frapart is the casting director, artist manager, and producer behind several highly anticipated projects. Briana seamlessly steps into these roles, giving her a creative and unique perspective on the entertainment and music industry. In this interview with ProductionHUB, we talked with Briana about her casting on the upcoming film, How to Be a Man, directed by Oscar-eligible filmmaker, Christopher Oroza. She constructed the cast in a way that reflects the diversity in audience members so that people who view the film can see themselves represented on-screen.
If you are an indie filmmaker then you know that casting is that wildcard that can make or break your chances at festivals, awards, and making all of your hard work worth it, and that mis-casting can make your shoot a living hell. The breakdown is the fateful first step in the casting process.
What does it take to make a good video? The first thing to do is decide on a goal. It turns into an interesting scenario, and as soon as it is ready, you can start looking for a professional crew, rent equipment, and hire actors. If you want to save time, there are a couple of simple options - hire a team of newbies with just a few clicks or try on the actor's role yourself. But no matter how good your video's production crew is, lousy acting will ruin any project. Therefore, you have to learn a little about the art of casting. Successful casting requires a lot of planning and preparation, both from you and the actors. Let's look for the perfect candidate for the role in your video.
What makes a great horror film? Suspense, eerie music, dim lighting... the list can go on and on. Orange St. Films, a full-service, video production company started in 2008, with clients all over the world, has perfectly executed horror with the latest film - The Terrible Two. Writer/Director Billy Lewis took us behind-the-scenes of how Orange St. Films put together a production, from everything to location, production crew, casting, and even promotion.
If you want to work in video production, you may be in luck. Film and video editors and camera operator positions alone are expected to grow by 12% come 2031. There are many other roles in video production you can take, such as producer, multi-media artist, animator, or casting assistant.
When Westfield Corporation and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) wanted to create promotional videos documenting the TBIT’s transformation and showcasing the new terminal, they required an L.A. based production facility that would deliver on the same level of high quality standards. They turned to Noah Clark, owner of Station22, a full service video production and post production company located in Los Angeles offering scripting, storyboarding, casting, shooting, editing, mixing, voice over, color correction and visual effects.
Just like strong casting, your set location should have just as much character as your actors. Instead of defaulting to generic locations like a bookstore or a restaurant, find a unique location that helps bring your vision to life. We partnered with Peerspace, an online marketplace that helps you find undiscovered locations, to bring you some of the most unique yet functional spaces to unlock your creativity. From industrial studios to midcentury modern homes, choose from one of these more memorable film locations.