Join us each day at Next Stage to witness SXSW's first casting call series! Whether you're an aspiring actor or beginning director, experience the audition process as Casting Directors Beth Sepko and Vicky Boone find the talent for their latest projects.
GOODRECORDS – The Series
Male, 35-40ish - Any Ethnicity, Former Athlete turned Semi-Cool Record Store Owner.
Female, Early 20s - Any Ethnicity, Girlish Hottie, Warm and tender with an indie-rock or punk style & confidence.
Male, late 20s to 30s - Any Ethnicity, Character type with a big personality. Maybe a tattooed slacker or bohemian music geek or retro rockabilly hipster.
Male, 40s, Any Ethnicity - The former famous rock star back home after pissing away his fortune. Could be featured as an “artist in residence”. Want to consider actual musicians, singer/songwriters, etc.
Male, 20s - Any Ethnicity, Young, Funky Turntable DJ
Female, 30s-40s - Any Ethnicity, Attractive. Once a devoted rock fan, now an affluent Dallas wife.
To apply for one of the roles listed above, please email a current headshot & resume to: castingGOODRECORDStheseries@gmail.com
New project by Casting Director Vicky Boone
Vicky Boone Casting is holding an Open Casting Call for actors at SXSW. Are you interested in acting in features films in Austin? If so, please submit your headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Vicky Boone is casting several feature films this spring and will use these casting sessions to connect with new actors from Texas or beyond. Interview slots will be 5 minutes each.
Please bring your short reel to the audition (on dvd or online). Vicky Boone’s recent casting credits include Terrence Malick’s Untitled Austin Project, Peter Landesman’s Parkland and David Lowery’s Ain’t Them Bodies Saints. Other favorite casting projects include Malick’s The Tree of Life and Scenes from The Suburbs directed by Spike Jonze in collaboration with Arcade Fire.
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