Extras Needed in Tulsa ASAP for CHRISTMAS LOVE TREE Must Have Negative Covid Test Results 48 hours Before Work Extras are needed ASAP for the family film CHRISTMAS LOVE TREE, now filming in Tulsa, OK. The non-union film is written and directed by John Burd. It is produced by Cassidy Lunnen. Pay for extras is $72.50 f or up to 10 hours on set. The persons must be able to show proof of negative Covid-19 results within 48 hours of filming. OSU is testing free of charge (casting can send testing info to interested candidates). If persons get tested for free within the 48 hrs, pay will be bumped to $82.50 for the day. Those unable to get tested and/or don’t have their results back in time, production will rapid test them on set prior to any interaction. For as long as she can remember, Angie's favorite part of Christmas has been the annual Christmas Eve tree lighting in town square. So when she learns there’s a contest to decorate the tree this year, she realizes it's the perfect way to honor the memory of her mom, who she lost last Christmas. What Angie wasn’t expecting was her high school sweetheart David and his adorable daughter Gabby to enter the contest, too. As Gabby bonds with Angie over recently losing her own mom, some old feelings begin to rekindle between her and David. Can Angie find a way to honor her mom's memory and create a happy ending for everyone? BREAKDOWN OF EXTRAS FILMING THURSDAY & FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17-18 FESTIVAL GOERS - Males and females, 18-70, any ethnicity. They attend the Christmas Festival. TEAMS - Kids, aged 10-14, any ethnicity. They are teams in the competition. FILMING SATURDAY & SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19-20 CONTESTANTS - Kids, aged 10-14, any ethnicity. They compete in the festival. SPECTATORS - Males and females, aged 18-75, any ethnicity. They watch the Christmas competition. We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. For every role, please submit performers without regard to disability, race, age, color, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by law, unless otherwise specifically indicated.