Paid Gig -- Two Days (Tucson)
Date: 2012-08-30, 10:08PM MST
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We are shooting a single scene of a feature film at a gas station/variety store about 40 miles outside of Tucson on Saturday September 15 and Sunday September 16 from 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM each day. Our protagonist, his wife and his son are driving to Los Angeles. They stop to get gas and become embroiled in a short family fight.
This is a non-union shoot. We are bringing the actors, director, principal photographers, script supervisor, production supervisor, sound engineer and all equipment, props and wardrobe.
We are seeking:
An experienced Gaffer -- paying $200 for each 10 hour day. Resume and references appreciated.
An experienced boom operator -- paying $200 for each 10 hour day. Resume and references appreciated.
A make up artist/hair stylist -- paying $200 for each 10 hour day. Please provide or link to photos or video of previous film or theater work. You will be responsible for creating and maintaining the casual hair and make up of three actors (two male and one female).
Two grips (experienced preferred, but willing to train) -- paying $150 to each grip for each 10 hour day.
One production assistant (experienced preferred, but willing to train intelligent and responsible candidate) -- paying $150 for each 10 hour day.
We are also seeking extras to play service station customers and or employees. Must be 18, but no preferences as to race, age or gender other than being over 18. There is no monetary compensation for the extras. Send a headshot or photos if available. Additionally if you are interested in playing a male (or female) mechanic who works at the garage, please indicate your sizes for mechanics overalls and work boots.
All will be fed three meals and fantastic snacks each day and will receive appropriate title credit.
· Location: Tucson
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· Compensation: no pay
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