CASTING CALL! Feature Film Looking for Paid Extras in Humboldt County

Eureka, California

Exciting news for aspiring actors and film enthusiasts in Humboldt County and Eureka! Casting Directors Tracy Dixon and Kelly Hunt are on the lookout for local talent to fill extras roles in the upcoming feature film “BC,” set to shoot in Eureka, California.

This online casting call provides an opportunity for individuals of all backgrounds, aged 12 and older, to join the production as paid extras. For minors (aged 17 and younger), parent or guardian submissions are required.

Here’s how to submit your application: Email your current photo, preferably two of your best shots (individual photos only, please), along with your height, weight, clothing sizes, the best contact phone number, and your city and state of residence to BCPROJECTEXTRAS@GMAIL.COM. In the subject line, specify “Eureka Local” or “Eureka Minor” for those 17 and younger.

The filming is scheduled to commence in mid-January, offering an exciting opportunity for local talent to be part of a major film production. The casting call is open to both men and women of all ethnicities, providing a chance for the community to get involved in the movie-making magic.

For those seeking more information or updates about the open call, visit the Facebook page BC Project Extras.

Tracy Dixon, owner of “Casting Associates” in Los Angeles, is renowned for her expertise in extras casting for feature films, with a portfolio that includes blockbuster hits like “The Wedding Crashers,” “Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” and “Oz the Great and Powerful.”

Kelly Hunt, another accomplished casting director, is known for her work on films like “Alvin and The Chipmunks The Road Chip,” “Anchorman,” “Little Miss Sunshine,” and “Sleepless.”

This project has received approval from the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission.

For any casting-related inquiries or additional details, please direct your questions to the provided casting call email address. Remember that headshots sent via email or social media to the Film Commission will not be forwarded, as the office does not have the authority to discuss details beyond what has already been publicly disclosed.

Don’t miss this chance to be part of the exciting world of cinema right here in Northern California!

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