We will be making a series of blog posts on a variety of production businesses here in Oregon – we want to know what creative options have been put in place to offset the disruption that Covid-19 has caused.
The new trailer is out for American Vandal’s second season (maybe NSFW.)
The #OregonMade season 2 of “American Vandal” will premiere Friday, September 14th, 2018 and will consist of 8 episodes that all shot in and around Portland metro. CBS Television Studios, Funny or Die, and 3Arts produced in partnership for Netflix. The mockumentary series is a parody of true crime documentaries such as, “Making a Murderer,” and similar in tone to the popular first series, however, series 2 will focus on a new group of students solving a crime in a new school. Continue reading... ““American Vandal” – Season 2 – Premiered September”
Casting REAL Portland Transplants
Individuals that are NEW to the
PORTLAND, Oregon Area:
(All Genders, Age 18-40yrs, All Ethnicities)
who have moved here in the last year or are moving in May
for a paid commercial project filming in Portland
Filming dates TBD - the end of May/early June
Interviewing is easy with a skype or facetime call.
Please email us ASAP
1. Your name, contact info and location.
2. Tell us about your move- timing, etc, what you like to do for fun
PORTLAND CASTING COMPANY SEEKING EXTRAS OF ALL TYPES FOR NEW HBO SERIES
Untitled Alan Ball HBO Drama series is scheduled to shoot in Portland April 24-26; open casting call this Saturday
PORTLAND, ORE. Cast Iron Studios, a Portland-based film and television casting company, announced today that it is seeking general background performers, experienced stand-ins, photo doubles, Portland hipster types, and extras who own vehicles, bicycles and pets for Alan Ball’s new HBO drama series.
The series will shoot scenes in the Portland area April 24-26, 2017.
by Georgia Luke
Last year, Cast Iron Studios and TNT–along with Act Now Studio and Scott Rogers Studios–hosted the first Northwest Talent Diversity Initiative. The 36-hour intensive acting course gave 32 performers of color the opportunity to hone their chops with two of Portland’s finest acting coaches and a myriad of guest speakers, at no cost to the actors.
Writer & Director & Producer — Bryan R. Thompson
Director of Photography — Jeremiah L. Scott
PA- Benjamin James
Gaffer: Steve Waters
Sound: Jeff Scott Taylor
Editor & Color: Bryan R. Thompson
Hair & Make-up / Costume Design — Alicia Watkins
Fox12 highlights local stuntman, Kent Luttrell, who has doubled actors from Danny Devito to Michael J. Fox. Luttrell got his start as “the body”, Ray Brower, in the classic movie, “Stand By Me” (shot in Brownsville 30 years ago this year).