MOVIE CASTING CALL
C.P. CASTING IS HOLDING A CASTING CALL FOR THE FEATURE FILM
WHEN: Saturday, April 12, 2014
1:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Sunday, April 13, 2014
1:00 PM until 6:00 PM
WHERE: Boston Teacher’s Union / Carson Place Dorchester, MA 02125 [NEAR THE BAYSIDE EXPO]
180 Mount Vernon Street
Entrance is off William Day Blvd.
http://www.carsonplace.net FOR DETAILED DIRECTIONS
WHAT: Background extras and speaking roles needed for a feature film
that will shoot in Boston May 19 thru August 1
We are looking for men, women, & children of all ethnicities and types.
ITALIAN WISE GUYS, IRISH TOUGH GUYS, POLITICIANS,
SOUTHIE ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY, PEOPLE WITH CARS FROM THE 70’S/80’S
to represent Boston in the 1970’s and 80’s
If you can, please bring a recent photo with you. (It will not be returned!)
Save time! Print and fill out an info./size card and bring it with you! Download a size card at http://www.CPCasting.com
NO EMAILS/PHONE CALLS, PLEASE! JUST SHOW UP!
STORYLINE: “Black Mass” tells the story of James “Whitey” Bulger, an Irish street punk who rose to power in organized crime by using his FBI informant status to bring down the Italian mafia in New England.
 DO I HAVE TO SHOW UP ON SATURDAY AT 1PM?
NO! Being first in line does not give you any advantages. You can show up ANYTIME during the Casting Calls on Saturday OR Sunday between 1pm and 6pm and we will register you and take your information & photo.
 SHOULD I BRING A PHOTO/HEADSHOT/RESUME TO THE CASTING CALL?
We will take a photo there, but it’s always a good idea to bring a recent photo — and it should go without saying that if you are an actor you should ALWAYS bring your headshot AND resume, or three, to any and every casting call/audition.
You can go to http://www.cpcasting.com
and DOWNLOAD A SIZE CARD before the Casting Call.
You can print out and fill out the size card ahead of time
and bring it with you to the Casting Call!
 IS THIS CALL JUST FOR EXTRA WORK?
No, this call is for speaking roles, special bits, AND extra work.
 WHAT WILL HAPPEN AT THIS CASTING CALL? SHOULD I PREPARE ANYTHING?
You don’t need to prepare anything. Some people may be given a line or 2 to read.
 ARE YOU *ONLY* LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WITH BOSTON ACCENTS?
No, you can attend even if you don’t have a Boston accent.
 CAN MY KIDS COME?
Yes. Kids can come if accompanied by an adult/guardian.
 IS THIS UNION OR NON-UNION?
ALL (18+) are welcome. Current paid up SAG-AFTRA members may come to the front of the line to find out where to go and how to register.
 WHEN DOES THIS SHOOT? NIGHTS? WEEKENDS?
The move shoots May 19 through July 30. Most movies shoot Monday thru Friday during the day when daytime scenes are filmed and at night when night scenes are filmed.
 I CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE OPEN CALL, WHAT DO I DO?
It’s best if you come to the casting call, but if you absolutely can’t make it, you should go to http://www.cpcasting.com
and click on
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A SIZE CARD
Print it out, fill it out, and mail it (regular mail only) to:
537 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116
ATTN: “Black Mass”
 WHAT IF I’M ON FILE ALREADY? OR I ALREADY MAILED STUFF IN?
If you really want to be considered, I suggest you attend the open call, or print out the size card from our website and send it in with a recent photo.
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