There is a new casting call for real football fans in Missouri, Florida and Texas for a Smirnoff Ice commercial shoot. Casting directors are most interested in the “a-typical” football fans (Professors, DJ, Chefs, Artists, Singers are a few examples but open to others!). Due to alcohol advertising regulations, you must be 26 and over. This is a very inclusive brand, open to all ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation/identities. They would also love to consider any same-sex couples. Grande/Morris Casting is only looking for people ages 26 and up and who are in the areas stated. This is a non-union shoot.
The pay rate for principal roles is $750.00 payment per 12 hour work day. Any hours that are worked beyond the first 12 hours will be paid at time and a half which would be $93.75 per hour. If you have an agent, there will also be an added 10% agency fee if applicable. They also have a buyout fee. The terms are as follows: $1, 500 USD payment. Buyout will only be paid if performer ( a) remains in the final aired spot ( b) in the foreground ( c) recognizable for one or more seconds. If not eligible for buyout in commercials, other materials may still be used. There will be a $25.00 payment for the two hour fitting that will tentatively be scheduled for the day prior if needed. The shoot will be used for advertising materials, included but not limited to 6 x : 15 & 12 x : 05 commercials, BTS, social stills, and any edits, lifts, versions thereof.
The usage mediums are for internet, still images captured by film or photography, new media, PR ( publicity purposes i. e. reward shows/ agency website and social media postings of the materials for the term). The ad will be used in the United States, territories and possessions that is expanded to worldwide for internet. The usage term is for one year from the first air date. The Agency/ Client has the right to exercise a 2nd year consecutive term, compensating On- Camera Principals at the same Use Fee, Usage Mediums and Territories as outlined above for the Initial term. ( Other options could include term, territory, or media) It is understood and agreed to that a foreign version of a given TV commercial does not constitute a new commercial whereby additional compensation is due. A foreign version is the same commercial in terms of footage, merely changed due to announcer copy translation and/ or an end tag change.