Richard Linklater film ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ casting extras in Seattle

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The feature film “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” is now in production in the Seattle, WA area and the local casting director is accepting email submissions from talent interested in working on the film as fully paid background performers. The comedy drama film is being directed by Richard Linklater from a screenplay that he wrote with Holly Gent Palmo, Vincent Palmo Jr., Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter. It is based on the novel of the same name by Maria Semple. It stars Cate Blanchett, Billy Crudup, Kristen Wiig, Judy Greer, Laurence Fishburne, Troian Bellisario and James Urbaniak. It is scheduled to be released on May 11, 2018, by Annapurna Pictures.

“Where’d You Go, Bernadette” Seattle Extras Casting Call Details

The following is the extras casting information from casting director Denise Gibbs for the feature film “Where’d You Go, Bernadette”:

We are in need of a lot of background extras to fill scenes. 24 Extras are needed for Monday, August 28; 110 Extras are needed for Tuesday, August 29; and 120 Extras are needed for Wednesday, August 30. Please see description, details and submission instructions below. Availability will be key to know what people are available for what days.

PROJECT: SAG-AFTRA Feature Film, Theatrical Release
PRODUCTION: Twenty Mile Productions, LLC
DIRECTOR: Richard Linklater
FILMING LOCATIONS: In and around the Seattle/Puget Sound area
FILMING DATES: Monday, Aug. 28; Tuesday, Aug. 29; and Wednesday, August 30. Most extras will work one day.
AVAILABILITY: Must have all day/all evening availability. Call times and wrap times vary. Could be very early morning to very late at night.
OPEN to union and non-union background extras
SAG-AFTRA does not cover theatrical extras in the Pacific NW. But since this is a SAG-AFTRA project, union members are allowed to work on this project if they are interested. All extras are paid the non-union rate. No union paperwork will be done for background extras.
COMPENSATION: $15/hr. with an 8 hour guarantee.
PLEASE NOTE: For clarification, an 8 hour guarantee means, that even though most extras may work 12+ hours on set, if you are needed less than 8 hours, you still get paid for the full 8 hours. If you work longer than 8 hours, you still get paid the hourly wage of $15/hr. for those hours worked. An 8 hour guarantee does NOT mean you can leave set after 8 hours. Extras can not arrive late and can not leave early. A guarantee just means you are guaranteed at least 8 hours of pay, even if you end up working less than 8 hours.
PLEASE have reliable transportation.
MUST be 18 years or older. No minors.
MUST be legal to work in the U.S.
IDENTIFICATION NEEDED FOR PAYROLL PAPERWORK: You will be filling out payroll paperwork on set that includes an I-9. You will need to have two forms of ID (or a passport) to show to production, to be able to fill out this paperwork and work on set. You will also need to know your Social Security number.
USE THIS I-9 Form as a guide (see link below). Listed on page 5 is the list of acceptable documents you will need:
https://jobs.irs.gov/sites/default/files/wysiwyg-uploads/files/IRSDownloads/I-9EmploymentEligibilityVerification.pdf

EXTRAS BREAKDOWN

Union and Non-Union Talent

MONDAY, AUGUST 28:

10 LIBRARY PEDESTRIANS – Male and Female, College age students (MUST be 18 years of age or older), All ethnicities

14 STREET PEDESTRIANS – Male and Female, ages 18-60. All ethnicities

TUESDAY, AUGUST 29:

34 EXTRAS WITH VEHICLES – Male and Female, ages 18-60. All ethnicities. MUST own your own vehicle, have current driver’s license and insurance. Description of vehicles needed: Mostly mid to upper class vehicles, no white, no hot red, no bright colored vehicles. Please submit a photo of your vehicle. Additional $25 for bringing your vehicle.

26 PEDESTRIANS – Male and Female. Ages 18-60. All ethnicities.

43 AIRPORT PASSENGERS – Male and Female. Ages 18-60. All ethnicities. MUST bring own luggage with luggage tag. Additional $5 for bringing luggage.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30:

40 FEMALE RESTAURANT PATRONS – Ages 30s-40. Female, all ethnicities.

40 MALE RESTAURANT PATRONS – Ages 30s-40s, Male, all ethnicities.

20 OLDER FEMALE RESTAURANT PATRONS – Ages 50-60s, Female, all ethnicities.

24 OLDER MALE RESTAURANT PATRONS – Ages 50-60s, Male, all ethnicities.

15 TEENAGER RESTAURANT PATRONS – (Must be at least 18 years of age, but looks younger), ages 18-20 (look young for their age), Male and Female, all ethnicities.

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:

If you are interested and available to work on this project, please send (email) us your name, contact information (including phone number), headshot/recent photos, wardrobe sizes/height and weight and what day(s) you are available to work.

*If you are applying for one of the extras with a vehicle for Aug. 29th, please send a photo of your vehicle along with the Make, Model, Color and Year of your vehicle.

*If you are applying for one of the airport extras for Aug. 29th, please let us know what type of luggage you can bring.

Please send this information to: foregroundbackground@gmail.com

PLEASE PUT IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF THE EMAIL: August Film Extras


Production Companies:

Twenty Mile Productions, LLC
15260 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

COLOR FORCE
Color Force
1524 Cloverfield Blvd.
Suite C
Santa Monica, CA 90404

Detour Film Production
PO Box 13351
Austin, TX 78711

Annapurna Pictures
9536 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 206
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Executive Producers:

Jillian Longnecker

Producers:

Megan Ellison
Nina Jacobson
Brad Simpson
Ginger Sledge

Writers:

Richard Linklater
Vincent Palmo Jr.
Holly Gent Palmo
Michael H. Weber
Scott Neustadter
Maria Semple (novel)

Director:

Richard Linklater

Starring:

Cate Blanchett
Kristen Wiig
Billy Crudup
Judy Greer
Troian Bellisario
Laurence Fishburne

Story:

After her anxiety-ridden mother disappears, 15-year-old Bee does everything she can to track her down, discovering her troubled past in the process.

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In 2002, Alan became interested in working on committees at the Screen Actors Guild, and has served on the Background Actors Committee and the Native American Committee. On February 26, 2008, Alan Baltes became "A United Journey For Humanity's Creative Innovators Advocating A Global Difference Honoree". Alan Baltes founded his company, AB Media Publishing LLC in 2007, which publishes the "Actors Resource Guides" for actors among others. His company also publishes a network of casting calls and auditions information websites. Alan is also an IMDb Pro News Desk Partner. In 2014, Alan Baltes opened a PR Services division of his company, providing publicity services for entertainment industry professionals. Alan is also a film and television casting director, with credits ranging from extras to lead role actors. Alan Baltes is the proud parent of two amazing young daughters, and strives to educate young actors about the trials and tribulations of an entertainment industry career.

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