An local, independent production that we originally posted a casting call for lead actors back in the spring is looking for extras for a pivotal scene to be shot at Atlanta landmark Paris on Ponce. “Free to Yowl,” from Muse of Fire Films, is set in 1940s Nazi-occupied Paris.
25-35 individuals are needed to pack out a scene set in a 1940s Paris jazz club on December 8th to 10th (Monday to Wednesday), 11 AM – 5 PM. Monday is the highest priority for extras. If you’re not available for all three days, no problem. Two, or even one day, will be very helpful! Partial hours are no problem!
If interested, please review some of the preliminary information we’ve provided below and sign-up here.
Within 24 hours of sign-up, you’ll receive information regarding wardrobe, hair, and make-up for the shoot; with shoot-specific details (i.e. call time, parking, etc.) emailed by Friday, December 5th.
Scene Description: Parisian Jazz Club, Winter 1943. It’s World War 2, during the Nazi occupation of Paris, France. Our protagonist, real-life gypsy guitarist Django Reindhart, is taken into custody, accused of espionage, by a Nazi commandant.
Casting Extras As: Parisians, Gypsies, Zazous, Nazi Officers
Wardrobe Needs: All participating extras are asked to bring
relevant clothing they may own to set. Upon sign-up, you’ll be emailed a list of appropriate attire pieces for the time period, with notes for hair and make-up.
For further inspiration, check out Early 1940’s Fashion in Google Images.
More information can be found in a Facebook Event here.