Santa Fe, New Mexico.
AMC 'Dark Winds' Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on scenes filmed in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
About AMC's 'Dark Wind':
Based on the "Leaphorn & Chee" novel series by Tony Hillerman and set in the 1970s, "Dark Winds" follows the FBI investigation of a bank robbery in Gallup, N.M., and the Navajo Tribal inquiry into the local murder of two Native residents. Lt. Joe Leaphorn, his new deputy Jim Chee, and Sgt. Bernadette Manuelito does the heavy lifting around the reservation near Monument Valley. The peculiar actions of some of the inhabitants and those who recently arrived become entwined in their tales as they both fight against evil and grapple with their inner struggles while searching for redemption.
AMC 'Dark Winds' Cast:
- Zahn McClarnon as Joe Leaphorn
- Kiowa Gordon as Jim Chee
- Jessica Matten as Bernadette Manuelito
- Deanna Allison as Emma Leaphorn
- Rainn Wilson as Dan "Devoted Dan" DeMarco
- Elva Guerra as Sally Growing Thunder
- Jeremiah Bitsui as Hoski
- Eugene Brave Rock as Frank Nakai
- Noah Emmerich as Leland Whitover
How to audition?
Check out the casting call breakdown below to audition for a role in the upcoming production.
AMC's "Dark Winds" Casting Call for Hippie Types
Looking for people (ideally 18-35ish) with a 1970s hippie vibe for an upcoming scene on Dark Winds.
Don't know the shoot date yet. Filming will be at Camel Rock Studios, 10 mi north of Santa Fe.
Also looking for a blonde man in his 30s and a blonde woman who is 18 but looks younger for a FEATURED SCENE.
This scene is a flashback scene that is set in the 1950s so men must be clean cut with short hair.
Must be fully vaccinated.
Interested? Apply Now
AMC's 'Dark Winds' Photo Double Casting Call
Looking for a photo double to work this Friday on DARK WINDS in Santa Fe.
Hair color and length are essential. Ideally, about 6' 180, athletic with a 34"waist.
*Will need to do a costume fitting tomorrow or Thursday at Camel Rock Studios.
Interested? Apply Now
Photo Double Acting Tips
Using an acting double can be incredibly useful in certain scenes. These tips will help you make the most of your actor's skill and get the best results possible when using a photo double.
- Be mindful of how much time you're taking up with set-ups - It's essential to ensure that your photo double is comfortable and able to take on the scene without sacrificing too much time for other shots or takes. Consider their needs first, as they are essential to keeping production running smoothly.
- Choose a double that looks like your actor - For the transition from one shot to another to look believable, it's essential that the photo double looks as similar as possible to the actor. Try to match their skin tone, hair color, and body type as closely as possible when selecting.
- Make sure the double is familiar with the material. It's essential that the photo double is well-versed in the script so they can deliver precise lines and portray a realistic version of your actor's performance. Provide an overview of the scene and answer any questions they may have before shooting.
- Have someone else present during takes - An extra set of eyes on stage will ensure that all shots are accurately captured and help keep everyone focused on getting the best take possible from your double.
- Get creative with angles - Don't be afraid to experiment with different angles when shooting scenes that involve your photo double. This will help create a more dynamic shot and lead to a more exciting scene overall.
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