Looking For a Film Job? Drew Barrymore's 'The Stand-In' is Now Hiring

Drew Barrymore's romantic comedy The Stand-In is now hiring the film crew in New Orleans, Louisiana.

According to Film New Orleans, producers are now accepting resumes for all crew positions. As a result, producers are looking for production assistants, grips, gaffers, make-up artists, stylists, wardrobe artists, and other crew members to work on the upcoming feature film.

About The Stand-In:

The Stand-In is written by Sam Bain, the British comedy writer behind Chris Morris feature Four Lions and Channel 4’s long-running series Peep Show. It tells the story of a disaffected comedy actress and her ambitious stand-in trading places, both played by the Never Been Kissed star. Candy is a washed-up movie star, busted for a tax evasion, who hires her unemployed, adoring stand-in Paula to do community service in her place. However, a weird co-dependent relationship ensues as Candy begins to use Paula as a stand- in in all parts of her life to escape from the stressful demands of fame. Eventually, Paula starts to take over Candy’s identity, career and boyfriend, finally kicking Candy out of her own house, where she is forced to survive in the real world for the first time while Paula lives the celebrity life of her dreams, until her boyfriend discovers the truth about the woman he’s sleeping with. To apply for a job in the new movie Stand-In, check out the job posting below.

Stand-In Film Job

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