TV & Video
extras call: A number of Indigenous / Native American kids and teens, aged 9-17, are needed to appear in the television series RESERVATION DOGS, now filming in OK. Filming locations are in Tulsa and Okmulgee, Oklahoma. The FX television series is executive produced by Taika Waititi. It is written, directed and produced by award-winning Oklahoma filmmaker Sterlin Harjo. The comedy series is about four Native American teenagers growing up on a reservation in eastern Oklahoma. Those selected for the scenes will be required to test for COVID-19 in Tulsa, OK on the designated testing day any time between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm. Pay for testing is $100. A parent or guardian will be required to accompany each child on set. The same adult that takes the child to testing, must be the same adult that accompanies the child on set, and that aduilt must must test for COVID-19 at the same time as the child. The same pay rate applies. Pay to appear in the scenes is a guarantee of $80/day. Anything over 8 hours will incur additional pay at $10/hour. People selected can appear in multiple scenes over multiple days, if desired. BREAKDOWN OF ROLES FILMING FRIDAY, APRIL 16 Covid testing Wednesday, April 14 TEENAGERS - Native American / Indigenous Males and Females, age 14-17. FILMING MONDAY, APRIL 19 Covid testing Friday, April 17 BASKETBALL TEENS- Native American / Indigenous Males. 14-17. Teens who can actually play basketball needed. Street ball experience. Not beginners. BICYCLE RIDERS - Native American / Indigenous males and females, 9-14 People who can ride and provide a bicycle. This is just casual, neighborhood bike stuff, not like a professional race or anything. Junky, older bikes are totally fine. FILMING FRIDAY, APRIL 23 Covid testing Wednesday, April 21 CLASSROOM KIDS - Indigenous Males and Females. 15-17 years old. 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.