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ACTRA Feature Film Casting Call for Parkinson’s Patients


Opportunity for real Parkinson’s patients and caregivers: Actra feature film casting call.

Lights, camera, action! An exciting casting call has arrived for real-life Parkinson’s patients and their caregivers. An upcoming ACTRA feature film seeks background performers with Parkinson’s disease to be part of an extraordinary storytelling experience. This is a unique opportunity to showcase the strength, resilience, and authenticity of individuals living with Parkinson’s. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the details of this casting call and highlight why it’s a chance worth considering.

The film’s narrative revolves around the journey of individuals living with Parkinson’s disease. With a deep commitment to dignity and respect, the production team aims to portray their experiences truthfully and meaningfully. By incorporating real Parkinson’s patients into the background roles, the film seeks to capture the essence of their lives, struggles and triumphs with authenticity and empathy.

The casting call requests explicitly real Parkinson’s patients for background roles on June 15 and June 16. While ACTRA’s preference of engagement will be considered, the production team is open to booking anyone with Parkinson’s disease. This inclusive approach emphasizes the importance of accurately and respectfully representing the Parkinson’s community accurately and respectfully on screen.

Family members and caregivers of Parkinson’s patients are also invited to participate in the film. On June 15, the production team seeks the involvement of real family members and caregivers who play a vital role in supporting and caring for their loved ones with Parkinson’s.

By participating in this ACTRA feature film, individuals with Parkinson’s can contribute to the cinematic representation of their own experiences. It’s an opportunity to showcase the diverse range of challenges and strengths within the Parkinson’s community, promoting awareness and understanding on a broader scale.

Moreover, the production team is committed to accommodating the needs of Parkinson’s patients during filming. Accessibility and comfort are top priorities to ensure participants can fully engage in the process. By valuing the input and well-being of the individuals involved, the film aims to create an inclusive and supportive environment for everyone.

The ACTRA Background Performers rates will apply for the selected individuals, with a minimum of $248 daily. This compensation reflects the value placed on the contributions of Parkinson’s patients and their caregivers. It is an acknowledgment of their time, effort, and the importance of their participation in bringing this powerful story to life.

The ACTRA feature film casting call for Parkinson’s patients and their caregivers presents a remarkable opportunity to contribute to an authentic portrayal of Parkinson’s disease. The film aims to capture the essence of their lives with dignity and respect by casting real individuals in background roles. This inclusive approach emphasizes the importance of accurate representation while creating a space for personal stories to be shared on the big screen.

If you are a Parkinson’s patient or a caregiver interested in participating in this extraordinary film project, don’t miss this chance to make a difference. Your involvement can help raise awareness, break down stigmas, and provide a platform for the Parkinson’s community to be seen and heard.

Lights, camera, action! Your story deserves to be told.

How to apply?

Check out the casting call breakdown below to audition for a role in the upcoming production.

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ACTRA Feature Film Casting Call for Parkinson’s Patients

Looking for:

  • REAL Parkinson’s Patients for BG in an upcoming ACTRA feature film. We will need background performers for June 15 and June 16.

Of course ACTRA preference of engagement will apply, but willing to book anyone that does have Parkinson’s. The story being told is with dignity and respect and production will accommodate you.

We are also looking for the REAL family members/caregivers to participate on June 15. 

ACTRA BG rates will apply (min $248/day) 

Interested? Apply Now!

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Megan Diane
Megan Diane
Hi, I'm Megan Browne, the Head of Partnerships at Project Casting - a job board for the entertainment industry. As Head of Partnerships, I help businesses find the best talent for their influencer campaigns, photo shoots, and film productions. Creating these partnerships has enabled me to help businesses scale and reach their true potential. I'm excited to continue driving growth by connecting people with projects they're passionate about.

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