Project Casting
Pennsylvania, United States
Posted 4 months ago

Production Type:

TV & Video

Job Type:

Actor

Required Skill:

Acting


Job Description

*BURN OUT* 
TENTATIVE WORK DAYS: 3/1 & 3/2  (must do both days) 
TENTATIVE FITTING: (2/5, 2/8 and 2/9 (with prior 5 day sequester) 
AGE: 18 - 50's 
MALE/ FEMALE 
THIN BUILD
(those who could portray a strung out/burn out look for an addiction meeting) 

**RATES FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE** 
DAY OF WORK: 170/12 
FITTING: 1/4 Check of rate 
TESTING: 2/hrs of rate 
SEQUESTER: 8/hrs of rate each day for 5 days 
TO SUBMIT:
*Because of COVID 19, NETFLIX will require you to have weekly testing at our Studios (provided by the onsite lab) before reporting to any fittings or reporting to set. 
*Currently, we are also requiring a PAID 5 DAY Sequester Period (self isolate or be put up in hotel) prior to your first fitting or first day of working on set if selected. (we will provide more information about that when we speak with you). You will only sequester once.
*When on set you will be expected to wear full provided PPE and follow all protocols regarding COVID 19.
Rebecca Sonnenshine (The Vampire Diaries, The Boys) will write the new Netflix series, which is loosely based on found footage supernatural horror podcast Archive 81. James Wan, the writer behind Aquaman and Saw, all produce under the Atomic Monster production company.

The eight-part series will star Mamoudou Athie and Dina Shihabi. Stranger Things director Rebecca Thomas will direct half the series and executive produce the project.

Here’s the longline from Deadline, “When archivist Dan Turner (Athie) takes a mysterious job restoring a collection of damaged videotapes from 1994, he finds himself reconstructing the work of documentary filmmaker Melody Pendras (Shihabi) and her investigation into a dangerous cult. As Dan is drawn into Melody’s story, he becomes convinced he can save her from the terrifying end she met 25 years ago.”

Sonnenshine described the show, “With Archive 81, we’re hoping to give the supernatural horror genre a new twist — while keeping a dark, deeply emotional romance as its core. Alongside the talented Mamoudou Athie and Dina Shihabi, and visionary partners Atomic Monster and Rebecca Thomas, I’m excited to take Netflix viewers on a terrifying and visually thrilling adventure.”