'Let It Snow' Casting Call for stand-ins to work on the upcoming feature film filming in Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaLet it Snow centers around a Christmas Eve snowstorm that transforms one small town into a romantic have. And no one would think that a trip to the Waffle House through four feet of snow would lead to love with an old friend. Or that the way back to true love begins with a painfully early morning shift at Starbucks. Casting directors are looking for stand-ins and photo doubles to work on the upcoming feature film 'Let it Snow' directed by Jessie Nelson, the director of I Am Sam and Stepmom. Filming will start this Monday, January 26th and continue until March. To audition for a stand-in role on 'Let it Snow', check out the casting call details below:
Let It Snow Casting CallSTAND-IN SEARCH IS ON!! Hey everyone! We are starting to look for Stand-in/Photodoubles on the feature film, "Let it Snow" directed by Jessie Nelson(I Am Sam, Stepmom). Filming will start this Monday, January 26th and go through March. No weekends. STAND-INS MUST HAVE GREAT AVAILABILITY DURING THIS TIME SPAN. Some roles will be full-time. Days can begin extremely early at times and there may be some night shoots as well. It is a 12-14 hour day and shooting will take place at multiple locations around the Pittsburgh area so having a car is a must. A Stand-in is the person who does the lighting and camera tests in place of the actor. Stand-ins are an essential part of the crew and the day can't begin without them being present. Stand-ins need to be HIGHLY reliable, responsible, punctual and able to take direction well. Stand-in pay is $150 for the first 12 hours and time and a half after that. If you are used as a Double, it's $200 for the first 12 hours and time and a half after that. Must live in or somewhat nearby to Pittsburgh. There is no travel or hotel pay. Stand-ins Needed: (Searching for main family in the movie right now) #1 - Caucasian Female - 45-69 years. Fair skin. 5'6-5'8. 110lbs-145lbs. Brown or Salt and pepper hair. Please put "Standin 1" in the subject line when submitting. #2 - Caucasian Male - 35-65 years. 6'1-6'3. 180lbs-260lbs. Brown or dark blonde hair. Please put "Stand-in 2" in the subject line when submitting. #3 - Caucasian Female - 30-50 years. 5'4-5'6. 110lbs-145lbs. Brown hair and brown or hazel eyes. Please put "Stand-in 3" in the subject line when submitting. #4 - Caucasian Female - 20-35 years. 5'6-5'8. 110lbs-145lbs. Brown hair. Fair skin. Please put "Stand-in 4" in the subject line when submitting. #5 - Caucasian Male - 20-35 years. 6'1-6'3. 170lbs-210lbs. Brown hair. Please put "Stand-in 5" in the subject line when submitting. #6 - Caucasian Male - 60-80 years. 5'8-5'10. 150lbs-200lbs. Brown hair and brown eyes. Balding. Please put "Stand-in 6" in the subject line when submitting. #7 - Caucasian Female - 20-35 years. 5'2-5'4. 100lbs-130lbs. Very Fair skin. Blonde hair and blue eyes. Please put "Stand-in 7" in the subject line when submitting. #8 - Caucasian Male - 30-45 years. 5'11-6'1. 170lbs-200lbs. Brown hair and light eyes. Please put "Stand-in 8" in the subject line when submitting. #9 - Caucasian Female - 25-45 years. 4'11-5'1. 100lbs-150lbs. Brown hair and brown eyes. Please put "Stand-in 9" in the subject line when submitting. #10 - Caucasian Female - 60-85 years. 5'0-5'2. 110lbs-170lbs. White or salt and pepper hair. Fair skin. Please put "Stand-in 10" in the subject line when submitting. If interested and completely available during those dates, please send a recent picture to [email protected]. Include your NAME, AGE, PHONE, HEIGHT, WEIGHT and LOCATION in the email. Put whichever number Stand-in you are submitting for in the subject line. **PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU'RE WILLING TO HAVE YOUR HAIR DYED OR CUT TO MATCH THE ACTOR. We will contact you if the Director and AD's would like to meet you in person for an interview. Thanks!
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