Feature Film starring Dennis Quaid is looking for up to 2000 PAID extras

August 6, 2015

The feature film “A Dog’s Purpose”, is scheduled to shoot in Winnipeg August, September and October 2015. Kari Casting is inviting Winnipeggers of all ages, male and female, to attend the extras casting call this Sunday, August 9th. Kari Casting will be looking for up to 2000 paid extras throughout the film shoot. Extras get paid $11.75 per hour when hired, no previous experience necessary.

This family movie is based on the New York Times bestseller book written by W. Bruce Cameron. The film has a line-up of star-studded cast including; Dennis Quaid, Peggy Lipton, Britt Robertson, (“Tomorrowland”) and many more.

Looking to hire a variety of wholesome, friendly looking people both male and female of all ages and ethnic background to play as; regular town folk, students, families, moms, dads, kids, grandmas, grandpas. Much of the filming takes place in the late 60s – late 70s with some scenes set in 80s, 90s and modern day. Anyone interested should apply.  Extras are only expected to commit 1 or 2 days throughout the filming dates.

ALSO specifically looking to hire real police officers, firefighters, clowns, teenage football players, football coaches.

Kari Casting will also be hiring stand-ins and photo doubles for all of the main cast.

CASTING CALL INFORMATION:

WHEN: SUNDAY, August 9th, 2015 (1 day only)

WHERE: The Fairmont Winnipeg, 2 Lombard Place

TIME: 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Drop-in anytime between these hours)

Application forms will be available in person or downloadable from the Kari Casting website: www.karicasting.com

You can bring a recent snapshot of yourself along with your application form or resume. They will also take your pictures at the open call.

If you cannot attend, you may submit application and photo by mail ASAP:

Attention Kari Casting

P.O. Box 68043

RPO Osborne Village

Winnipeg, MB R3L 2V9

For more information about the Movie and cast, go to our CURRENT PROJECTS page

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