The Academy Award winning director of “Moonlight” is on the set of his next movie and you have the chance to be on it with him! An extras casting call in 2017 is looking for teenagers. The audition notice for “If Beale Street Could Talk” is looking for boys who are 11 to 13 years old. Kids will be playing 1970’s neighborhood kids. These roles call for Caucasian children and teens. The movie is shooting in New York City on Thursday, November 2nd. They will be filming outdoor scenes.
The movie will follow Tish, a newly engaged Harlem woman who races against the clock to prove her lover’s innocence while carrying their firstborn child to term, according to Deadline. If you have been searching for a kids acting casting call with no experience, this is it! Those chosen will receive pay. Check out the kids casting call below!
“If Beale Street Could Talk” Kids & Teens Casting Call
GWCI is seeking the following for IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK directed by Academy Award winner Barry Jenkins (Moonlight):
SAG-AFTRA/NONUNION boys 11-13 years old to portray Caucasian 1970’s neighborhood kids. Works Thursday 11/2 in NYC area. Exteriors.
If interested/available, please email BealeStreet@gwcnyc.com with the subject line “FB YOUNG BOY”. In the body of your email put all of the following information:
Child’s full name
Union status (SAG-AFTRA or Non-Union)
Your child’s current height and weight
Your child’s date of birth
If your child has a valid NY work permit and trust account set up
2-3 recent photos to clearly show your child’s current look and hair length
Availability Thursday 11/2