Casting Calls$2,000 NIKE Commercial Casting Cal for Athletes

$2,000 NIKE Commercial Casting Cal for Athletes

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Nike casting call for athletes in Portland,

NIKE Casting directors are now casting athletes to work on scenes filming in Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, September 14, 2022. 

We're looking for:

  • Soccer Players of all genders age 18+ intermediate to advanced players with at least three years of experience playing on clubs/teams.
  • Runners of all genders age 18+ intermediate to advanced runners who run at least four days/week

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CASTING CALL: NIKE FA23 

SHOOT DATES: Wed 9/14 – Thu 9/22 (1 day, TBD)

WHO WE NEED

We need athletes for a video shoot for Nike.

We're looking for:

  • Soccer Players all genders age 18+ intermediate to advanced players with at least 3 years of experience playing on clubs/teams.
  • Runners all genders age 18+ intermediate to advanced runners who run at least 4 days/week

You must live in Oregon or Washington to apply. Talent must be fully vaccinated (pending medical/religious exemptions) to be hired. We cannot hire current/future NCAA athletes unless they are represented by a talent agency.

No professional acting/modeling experience is needed to apply. You should feel comfortable on camera and be good at taking direction.

People of all identities (races, sizes, physical abilities, genders, sexualities, religions, ethnicities, countries of origin, and more) who fall within the given parameters are welcome and encouraged to apply. We are committed to representing authentic diversity across all projects.

PROJECT INFORMATION

ADVERTISER: Nike

TYPE: Video Shoot

UNION STATUS: Non-union

SHOOT LOCATION: Portland, OR area

SHOOT DATES: Wed 9/14 – Thu 9/22 (1 day, TBD)

Please do not apply if you have any immovable conflicts on the dates listed (going out of town, etc.) Your schedule should be flexible enough to work any dates during this range as needed. Please do not request work off or clear your schedule unless requested to do so via email (we will give you as much notice as possible).

PAY IF HIRED: $125 per hour (5 hours minimum)

Option: Additional $2000 available if the client extends the usage terms to include below-the-line (not guaranteed).

Pay includes your hours worked and the usage of your image by the advertiser.

TRAVEL TERMS: Oregon/Washington-based talent only. Talent who live more than 100 miles from Portland will be provided mileage reimbursement and 1-night lodging before the shoot. We do not hire talent who would need to fly in for the shoot.

USAGE: Internal use only. Worldwide/perpetual for internal use. If usage is extended, 2 years for upgraded usage terms.

REPRESENTED TALENT: If you have a talent , the pay rates + usage terms may be different. Please see Casting Frontier, Casting Networks, or your agent for confirmed rates.

HIRING REQUIREMENTS: Must live in OR or WA and be legally eligible to work in the US. Must comply with all COVID19 protocols. All talent must be fully vaccinated (including minors), pending medical/religious exemptions. Due to NCAA rules, current NCAA athletes must be represented by a talent agency to be hired. If you play NCAA sports and do not have representation, please do not apply.

COVID19 CONSIDERATIONS:  The casting process will be 100% remote. There will be no in-person auditions or callbacks. Please only apply if you would feel safe working during COVID19 given the information below. Please note these policies are determined by the production company, who is the official employer.

  • Production will follow all CDC and OMPA guidelines
  • All and crew must be fully vaccinated in order to be hired, pending medical/religious exemptions. All cast + crew must test negative for COVID19 before the shoot (at no cost to you).
  • Note that as on-camera talent, you will sometimes be asked to remove your mask for active and makeup application. You may be in a group scene.

Interested? Apply Now

How To Be In A Commercial?

Commercials are one of the best ways to get your product or service in front of a large audience. But how do you get into a commercial? Here are a few tips:

  1. Look at the part. Be sure to dress and groom yourself in a way that is appropriate for the type of commercial you want to be in. If you're going for a corporate look, dress formally and style your neatly. If you're going for a more casual look, dress down and let your hair flow naturally.
  2. Have a great attitude. Commercials are about positive energy, so make sure you bring your A-game! Smile, be friendly, and exude confidence.
  3. Know your lines. You must know your lines well if you're auditioning for a . This will help you deliver them with conviction and confidence.
  4. Be natural. Don't try to be someone you're not. Be yourself and let your personality shine through.
  5. Don't be afraid to take direction. The director knows what they're doing, so trust their vision and follow their instruction. With these tips in mind, you should be well on landing a spot in your next commercial!

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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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