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'Peppermint' Film Los Angeles Casting Call For Basketball Players

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"Peppermint" feature film casting call for basketball players in Los Angeles, California.

Casting directors are now casting basketball players to work on scenes filmed in Los Angeles, California. 

Producers are looking for the following talent: 

  • NON-UNION Males,
  • height 6’0, 18-26 years old (to play younger)
  • Must have some experience playing basketball.

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"Peppermint" Basketball Team Extras Casting Call

**CASTING 6’0” BLONDE BASKETBALL PLAYER**

NON-UNION ONLY (18+ to play younger)

New Feature Film, PEPPERMINT, is looking for blonde males who look similar to photo below to be apart of of our "BASKETBALL TEAM," working Wednesday, December 14th with covid testing prior to filming (Date TBD). MUST KNOW HOW TO PLAY BASKETBALL.

THIS SHOW DOES REQUIRE EVERYONE TO BE VACCINATED!

Looking for: 

  • NON-UNION Males,
  • height 6’0, 18-26 years old (to play younger)
  • Must have some experience playing basketball.

Rate:

$132 for 8 hours with time and a half after 8

NU: $50 Covid test bump

+ 1/4 base rate for fittings (If A fitting is needed)

 

Interested? Apply Now

Acting Tips

Acting on the big screen is a special kind of challenge. To be convincing, you must use different techniques than those in theater or television. Here are some tips to help you successfully take on the role and make it your own:

  1. Be energetic and show passion – When acting for a film, it's important to bring energy and emotion to your performance. Acting with a purpose will add realism to your scenes and make them more believable.
  2. Know your lines – Memorizing your lines is crucial when shooting a film since there's no time for improvisation or long pauses between takes. Knowing what comes next will also help you stay in character and remain focused.
  3. Focus on the moment – When it comes to film acting, it's essential to focus on the present instead of worrying about a future scene or past scenes. Concentrating on the current moment will help you deliver more natural performances.
  4. Take direction well – A big part of being an actor is taking direct instruction from a director and responding accordingly. Be open-minded when given advice and be ready to adjust your performance if needed.
  5. Put yourself in the character's shoes – One way to make your role more realistic is by imagining yourself in that person's position and feeling what they might feel during certain scenes. This will help you connect with your character, deepen your performance, and make it more convincing.

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