A short Message to all Actors/Actresses who applied for one of our upcoming productions:
❞THANKS❞ to all the fellow friends who support us with their application!
Our upcoming productions has surpassed thousands of enthusiastic submissions from actors and actresses. WE LOVE THAT. Every day, through our network of partners, we get the unique opportunity to inspire people, creativs of all departments and our audience – we love THAT!
Filmmakingis a social event, so why not join together and support each other on the road to success.
If interested in any role(s) we encourage you to go ahead and apply through IMDb, as doing so will speed things up:
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❶ Open Investor Roles
We are seeking a Producer, a creative collaborator who builds and oversees the film’s production apparatus, secures financing for the film and rides point on its distribution and marketing. He initiates, coordinates, supervises, and controls matters such as raising funding, hiring key personnel, contracting and arranging for distributors. He is involved throughout all phases of the process from development to completion of a project. IF YOU ARE A PRODUCER driven by passion and willing to face obstacles, who is looking for original material to work with an enthusiastic Storyteller to start making a great film – then I would love to talk to you.
❷ Open Actor/Actress Roles
Thank you very much for your interest in being part of our film project. Mail your moving application including your filming resume to email@example.com. The casting process has just begun and we owe each individual application the attention it deserves. We’ll start soon reviewing the received applications and to build up our Creative List on IMDb with potential candidates – if you match the criteria you will be added to the Creative List and you will get a confirmation Email. So, we ask for patience and confidence: we will contact you as soon as possible, discuss the further application steps and, if necessary, invite you to a suitable audition or a Skype interview. We respect every application, whether it comes from a business newcomer or from a well-known Insider.
❸ Open Crew Positions, Behind The Scenes
Art Director, Casting Director, Cinematographer / Director of Photography, Composer, Costume Designer, Editor, Hair Stylist, Makeup Artist, Production Designer, Set Decorator, Animation Department, Art Department, Assistant Director, Assistant Editor, Boom Operator, Camera and Electrical, Casting Department, Costume and Wardrobe Department, Gaffer, Hair Department, Key Grip, Makeup Department, On-set Photographer, Production Manager, Script Supervisor, Sound Department, Special Effects, Stunt Rigger, Visual Effects, Backup On-set Photographer, Camera Technician, Casting Assistant, Costume and Wardrobe Assistant, Foley Artist / Mixer, Lighting Assistant / Electrician, Location Manager, Music Department, Script Supervisor Backup, Senior Hair Stylist, Senior Makeup Artist, Sound Assistant, Special Effects Assistant, Special Effects Technician, Stunt Rigger Assistant, Transportation Director, Visual Effects Assistant / Compositor, Additional Photography, Junior Hair Stylist, Junior Makeup Artist, Location Assistant, Production Assistant / Other Crew, Transportation Assistant, ACTORS & ACTRESSES, Investors.
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FILMMAKING ❞is like a train ride…❞
We get on. We ride. We get off. We get back on and ride some more. There are accidents and there are delays. At certain stops, there are surprises. Some of these will translate into great moments of joy, some will result in profound sorrow.
When we are born and we first board the train, we meet people whom we think will be with us for the entire journey. Those people are our parents! Sadly, this is far from the truth. Our parents are with us for as long as we absolutely need them. They too have journeys they must complete. We live on with the memories of their love, affection, friendship, guidance and their ever presence. There are others who board the train and who eventually become very important to us, in turn. These people are our brothers, sisters, friends and acquaintances, whom we will learn to love, and cherish. Some people consider their journey like a jaunty tour. They will just go merrily along. Others, will encounter many upsets, tears, losses on their journey. Others still, will linger on to offer a helping hand to anyone in need. Some people on the train will leave an everlasting impression when they get off. Some will get on and get off the train so quickly, they will scarcely leave a sign that they ever travelled along with you or ever crossed your path. We will sometimes be upset that some passengers whom we love, will choose to sit in another compartment and leave us to travel on our own. Then again, there’s nothing that says we can’t seek them out anyway. Nevertheless, once sought out and found, we may not even be able to sit next to them because that seat will already be taken. That’s okay everyone’s journey will be filled with hopes, dreams, challenges, setbacks and goodbyes. We must strive to make the best of it no matter what… We must constantly strive to understand our travel companions and look for the best in everyone.
The passengers on the train are seemingly going to the same destination as you, but based on their belief in you or their belief that the train will get them to their desired destination they will stay on the ride or they will get off somewhere during the trip. People can and will get off at any stop. Just know that where people get off is more of a reflection on them, than it is on you. There will be a few people in your life that will make the whole trip with you, who believe in you, accept that you are human and that mistakes will be made along the way, and that you will get to your desired destination – together, no matter what.
Be very grateful of these people.
They are rare and when you find one, don’t let go of them – ever. Be blessed for the ones who get on at the worst stops when no one is there. Remember those people, they are special. Always hold them dear to your heart. Be very wary of people sneaking on at certain stops when things are going good and acting like they have been there for the whole ride.
For they will be the first to depart.
There will be ones who secretly try to get off the ride and there will be those that very publicly will jump off. Don’t pay any heed to the defectors. Pay heed to the passengers that are still on the trip.
They are the important ones.
If someone tries to get back on the train – don’t be angry or hold a grudge, let them. Just see where they are around the next hard turn. If they are buckled in – accept them. If they are pulling the hand rail alarm again – then let them off the train freely and waste no space in your head for them again, ever. There will be times that the train will be moving slow, at almost a crawls pace. Appreciate that you can take in the view. There will be times where the train is going so fast that everything is a blur. Enjoy the sense of speed in your life, as it is exhilarating but unsustainable. There will also be the chance that the train derails. If that does happen, it will hurt, a lot, for a long time. But there will be people who will appear out of nowhere who will get you back on track.
Those will be the people that will matter most in your life.
Love them forever. For you can never repay these people. The thing is, that even if you could repay them, they wouldn’t accept it anyway. Just pay it forward. Eventually your train will get to its final stop and you will need to deboard. At that time, you will realize that life is about the journey AND the destination. Know and have faith that at the end of your ride your train will have the right passengers on board and all the passengers that were on board at one time or another were there for a distinct purpose.
Remember that at any moment during our journey, any one of our travel companions can have a weak moment and be in need of our help. We too may vacillate or hesitate, even trip hopefully we can count on someone being there to be supportive and understanding. The bigger mystery of our journey is that we don’t know when our last stop will come. Neither do we know when our travel companions will make their last stop. Not even those sitting in the seat next to us.
Personally, I know I’ll be sad to make my final stop. I’m sure of it! My separation from all those friends and acquaintances I made during the train ride will be painful. Leaving all those I’m close to will be a sad thing. But then again, I’m certain that one day I’ll get to the main station only to meet up with everyone else. They’ll all be carrying their baggage most of which they didn’t have when they first got on this train. I’ll be glad to see them again. Ill also be glad to have contributed to their baggage and to have enriched their lives, just as much as they will have contributed to my baggage and enriched my life. Were all on this train ride together. Above all, we should all try to strive to make the ride as pleasant and memorable as we can, right up until we each make the final stop and leave the train for the last time.
All aboard! Safe journey!! BON VOYAGE!
Enjoy the ride.