For a month starting on October 7 the makers of the feature film “A Pure Country Gift” will be shooting in Nashville and Murfreesboro and will be casting “extra’s” of all ages to work on the film.
Roles include gospel choir members, rodeo clowns, rodeo cowboys, sushi chefs, Japanese extras, extras with pickup trucks, doctors, nurses, orderlies, musician types, film crew types, hair & makeup people, music executive types, upscale restaurant customers, tourists, good-looking cowboys, ranch hands, beefy security guards, roadie types, country music & George Strait fans.
Some specific sceens that extra’s are needed for include, diner customers, small town rodeo, church scenes, sushi restaurant, hospital scenes, TV studio & Record Company, upscale restaurant and concert scenes.
Extras will be paid $7.25per hour If selected, EXTRAS will be paid $7.25 per hour, with an 8 hour guarantee plus overtime. Work days usually last between 8-12 hours per day. Filming will take place from Tuesday through Saturday with Sundays and Mondays off. Extra’s may be asked to work one or multiple days depending on their character.
Go here to fill out a talent application.