Netflix is Now Hiring Extras for a Church Scene in Atlanta

Netflix’s Come Sunday is looking for actors, models, and talent to work on the new movie. Casting directors are casting extras for a church scene set in San Francisco in the early 2000s. Producers are “seeking individuals that are VERY ECLECTIC with ECLECTIC ATTIRE.”

About Come Sunday:

Based on a This American Life episode from 2005, Come Sunday chronicles the story of Carlton Pearson (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a renowned evangelical minister in Tulsa, Okla., who stirs up controversy with his revelation that there is no hell. He loses everything and must rebuild his church and his family and find his own personal faith. Marcus Hinchey (All Good Things) wrote the screenplay.

To audition for a role on the upcoming Netflix feature film, check out the casting calls below.

Come Sunday Casting Call

 

Come SUNDAY!
Our FINAL WRAP DAY OF FILMING!
Thursday 2/16/17
Call time TBD
LOCATION: Marietta, GA
Age: 22 & up

After the rise and fall, a new church has opened its doors. TAKES PLACE EARLY 2000’s
(SAN Francisco)

This church scene is ALTERNATIVE and supports INCLUSION. More eclectic and casual looks.

FRESH FACES/NEW BG ACTORS only. You must not have worked the HD church scenes.

We are seeking individuals that are VERY ECLECTIC with ECLECTIC ATTIRE.

Africans, African American, Indian, Hispanic, Latino Men and Women etc…

Mohawks, dreads, head wraps, African/Indian clothing…..

Please submit 3 photos
Name
Age
Number
HT
WT
Sizes
Shirt
Neck
Pant
Dress/skirt
Location/ Distance to Marietta, GA

Email: [email protected]
SUBJECT: female 2/16
SUBJECT: Male 2/16

This church scene is ALTERNATIVE and supports INCLUSION. More eclectic and casual looks.

FRESH FACES/NEW BG ACTORS only. You must not have worked the HD church scenes.

We are seeking individuals that are VERY ECLECTIC with ECLECTIC ATTIRE.

Africans, African American, Indian, Hispanic, Latino Men and Women etc…

Mohawks, dreads, head wraps, African/Indian clothing…..

Please see photos for inspiration of looks.

Thanks A Million

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If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply