A commercial casting call for people who embody human kindness in the United States.
Casting directors are now casting people who embody humankindness to work on scenes filmed in the United States.
Producers are looking for the following talent:
- We are looking for inspiring real stories of humankindness that have contributed to their community from around the country. We will bring these stories to life on our social channels, providing a platform for these personal stories with heartwarming animated videos.
How to apply?
To audition for a role in the upcoming production, check out the casting call breakdown below.
$2,500 Dignity Health's Humankindness Casting
Casting people who embody humankindness
Humankindness is that unexpected act of humanity or kindness that we don't hear about every day. It can be profound feats of heroism or refreshing gestures of generosity. To Dignity Health, one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare systems in the US, humankindness has the power to heal. These beliefs are at the core of Dignity Health’s mission.
We are looking for inspiring real stories of humankindness that have contributed to their community from around the country. We will bring these stories to life on our social channels, providing a platform for these personal stories with heartwarming animated videos.
- Subjects of the animation must be available for interviews with production between Dec 12th and December 21st. An animated storytelling of this person on their humankindness will appear for 1 year on worldwide social/digital platforms.
- Those chosen will receive $2,500 for up to 4 interviews, and usage of their story and any found footage/pictures they can provide.
- Those in consideration may be subject to a background check
We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. For every role, please submit qualified performers, without regard to disability, race and ethnicity, age, color, national origin, or any other basis prohibited by law unless specifically indicated.
Interested? Apply Now
Acting Tips in a Commercial
Once you have the basics of commercial acting down, some extra tips will help make your performance stand out.
First, be sure to do a lot of research on the product or service that you are selling. The more you know about what you're promoting, the better an actor you will be. It is also a good idea to watch commercials for similar products to get a feel for what type of tone and energy works best for commercial acting.
When preparing for an audition, practice in front of a mirror or with friends, so your delivery comes across as natural and genuine. Be confident and engaging when performing, and use facial expressions to enhance your performance. Remember that it's essential to stay in character, so it's helpful to have a few "quirks" or mannerisms that will make you stand out.
When auditioning, take direction well and be prepared to adjust your performance as needed. It is important to stay open-minded and flexible during the audition process. Also, don't forget to smile! Commercials are meant to be fun and lighthearted, after all.
Finally, always remember that commercial acting is an art form. Approach each role with enthusiasm and dedication, but try not to take yourself too seriously. Have fun with it! With these tips in mind, you can be sure that whatever performance you bring to the table is good enough for the director - no matter how intimidating the competition around you may be. Good luck!
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