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Golfing Actors Needed for Putting Infomercial

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We are shooting a commercial for a product called the myPutt on the 23rd, 24th, and 25th of April in Franklin, IN at the Legends Golf Course.  We are looking for local actors who are golfers that would be interesting in being featured.  There is a daily salary for each actor based on whether you do a putting demonstration, an on-camera testimonial, or both.  Featured players would be doing demonstration putts with the myPutt ( and then talking about how much it improved their game in front of the camera.

YOUNG PLAYERS - (ages 7-16)


FEMALE PLAYERS - (age 30-55)

MALE PLAYERS - (age 30-55)

Actors will be needed on the 23rd and 24th of April. Please send a headshot and resume to along with a brief description of your golfing experience.  If there are any questions, please email the casting address and we'll respond quickly.  Thanks!!

Casting Call for "Jacksons Run"

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New Providence Entertainment will begin production on "Jacksons Run" June 1. 2012. This will be filmed in both New Albany and Indianapolis IN. and we will be holding open casting calls at both posted locations, for all roles, union and non-union talent. Sides will be provided at the audition. For more information please visit our site.

Amber- 40's, a classy strong willed woman not afraid to speak her mind and the mother of two boys.
Gunnar- 16-18, troubled teenager, skateboarding skills a plus
Jackson- 4-6, young cleancut version of our lead
Doctor - 40-50's, well kept, stoic and distinguished man
Probation Officer - 30-40's, tough civil service worker, "heard it all" attitude
AA Councilor - 40-50's, well educated and a natural leader
Missy - 50-60's, homeless woman at the shelter, rough exterior but a strong heart
Sam - 50-60's, homeless man, knowledge of sign lanuage a plus

New Albany Location;
Eastside Christian Church
2319 Veterans Pkwy
April 16,17,18.  6:00pm- 8:00pm

Indianapolis Location:
Holiday Inn Express
1180 Wilson Dr
April 21. 12:00pm- 3:00pm


Ivy League Productions is now casting for the feature film "Never Too Late"

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Auditions will be held Saturday, April 14 at the Spades Park Branch Library located at 1801 Nowland Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46201.

There will be an open casting call from 2:30pm-6pm.

We are casting for the following roles:

LEAH-African American, Female, 20s-30s
NIKKI-African American, Female, 20s-30s
COURTNEY-African American, Female 20-25
BRIAN-African American, Male 20s-30s
ANGELA-African American, Female 20s-30s
ERIC-African American, Male, 20s-30s
MR. MASON-African American, Male 30s-50s
TEENAGE NIKKI-African American, Female 15-18
YOUNG COURTNEY-African American, Female 8-10
LADY-African American, Female, 40s-60s
EXTRAS-Any ethnicity, any gender (Some speaking roles available)

Please visit for complete character descriptions and to access audition sides.
PLEASE NOTE: All roles are currently on a volunteer basis.


Between Heaven And Hell CASTING/CREW CAll

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SYNOPSIS: 10 Year old Maddy almost died in a car crash today. She believes the stranger who saved her is an angel. But could he be something far worse?

Between Heaven and Hell is a 6 episode fantasy/drama/action/thriller web-series, to be shot in Indianapolis, IN between June-August of 2012. It will be released during Winter/Spring of 2013. This will be anywhere from 30-35 days of shooting (2-3 days a week) and will occur mostly in the evening hours on the northwest side of town.

Looking for actors and crew interested in not just gaining experience, but in discovering the experience of a lifetime. Also, those interested in not just making connections, but joining a group of like minded people who want to change the world through film. At this time, the project will be unpaid, but that is subject to change based on what happens during post-production.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 April 2012 07:40

Is My Idea A Movie? – A Screenplay Workshop

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Attention Indianapolis area screenwriters! This posting is to ascertain whether there is sufficient interest to conduct a local version of the workshop I lead at Chicago’s Second City Training Center for their aspiring screenwriters.

“Is My Idea A Movie? – A Screenplay Workshop” is a one-of-a kind, collaborative, four-hour brainstorming workshop that uses the process of creating a Quick Pitch to to explore and heighten the key elements of a screenwriter's story in order to amplify its depth and power to the level required of a motion picture. This methodology also inspires a creative rush through the discovery of exciting and new artistic choices. Limited to four PARTICIPATING WRITERS ($125) due to the significant individual attention they are given, AUDITING WRITERS ($50) are also welcome and urged to participate in the discussions and brainstorming.

If you leave a Comment that you are interested, please also identify whether a weekday evening or Saturday session is best for you, or email



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This inaugural event will showcase works by local indie filmmakers and celebrate their accomplishments.
The screenings will be held at the IU cinema and take place over the course of two evenings,
May 1st and 2nd from 9:30-11pm. The event is free but ticketed.

Tickets are available at the IU Auditorium box office or before the screening at the IU Cinema.

Listed below are the linups for the two nights:
May 1st:
Pi Bake (2012, 2:19 minutes)-- Laura Ivins-Hulley
Home Security (2012, 10 minutes)-- Kate Chaplin and Karmic Courage Productions
The Puppets’ Master (2012, 10 minutes)-- Dylan Cashbaugh
Nathan & the Luthier (2011, 53 minutes)-- Jacob Sherry

May 2nd:
Until the Last Time (2007, 10 minutes)-- Trevor L. Charles and G.A. George at Downtime Studios
Public Art (2011, 2:14 minutes)-- David Derkacy
Dark Worlds: Slasher (2012, 20 minutes)-- Chris Jay at Darkrider Studios (based on novel by Zack Daggy)
8 Wheels of Death (2009, 40 minutes)-- Chris Rall

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 April 2012 07:38

April 10th Indy IFN Meeting - SAG-AFTRA

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IFN Indianapolis Chapter meets the second Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7PM at the Hamilton 16 IMAX Theater13825 Norell Rd, Noblesville, IN

Tuesday April 10th - Our guest speaker will be Denise Jaeckel. Denise is the local representative for SAG-AFTRA. She will bring everyone up to date on the changes that are happening now that the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA have merged into one union.

Tuesday, April 10 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm

13825 Norell Road, Noblesville, IN

Soldier's Song Screening

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"PEACE COFFEEHOUSE" (Film, Music, Poetry), Saturday, April 14th, 7:00 PM. @ First Mennonite Church (4601 Knollton Road, Indianapolis)
~ An artistic celebration of peace & social justice featuring live music, poetry and a screening of the locally-produced short film, "Soldier's Song" A short Q&A will follow the film. Guests will include singer/guitarist/songwriter Don Ford, poet J.L. Kato (author of "Shadows Set in Concrete", winner of the "Best Books of Indiana" poetry award), filmmaker Michelle Gussow and more. Presented by the Indy Artists' Peace Project, Free admission. Free coffee, tea and refreshments. Info tables from local Peace & Justice organizations. Peace-related items for sale at the "Peace Boutique". For more info e-mail

Last Updated on Friday, 06 April 2012 13:25

Local Film Production Company Set to Produce Static Shock Fan Film

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Indianapolis, IN — April 4, 2012 — For those comic enthusiasts out there, Fan Film Productions is slated to start production on a Static Shock fan film to be shot in Indianapolis.

In June of 1993, Dwayne McDuffie created Static, a comic book series about a young teenager named Virgil Hawkins living in the midst of gang violence and inner city struggles in the fictional city of Dakota. Static was one of the first (and only) African American superheroes to star in his own comic, and in 2000 even went on to star in the hit series Static Shock for 52 halfhour episodes. The Static Shock series was important as it was an inspiring, uplifting superhero cartoon that successfully reached out to young men and women, and brought McDuffie's work into the limelight and center stage.

Static Shock: Redemption is being shot as a short, trailer-format production. It will focus on the evolution of Static from a typical teenager to a young superhero embracing the responsibilities he inherits after a freak accident. Redemption will introduce the audience to various key villains, as well as Static and his own stable of crime fighters. The production is primarily being financed through an online crowd-sourcing effort via Those interested in contributing to the production can visit to make a donation.

The award-winning producers of the Static Shock: Redemption have always been fans of Static Shock, and are creating this high-definition, high-quality short film to bring Static BACK in the form of a live-action series. The goal is for the trailer-format film to go viral and draw enough attention to gain an audience with DC Comics to pitch a live-action web series.

Static Shock: Redemption is slated for an August 2012 release with subsequent exhibitions at various comic conventions across the country.


Karmic Courage - Raising Funds For INGENUE

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Noblesville, April 2, - Karmic Courage Productions, the company behind 13 short films is making its first feature film this summer in Indiana. Written and directed by award-winning producer Kate Chaplin, "Ingenue" it's a light science fiction piece about a married couple that finds a human analog (clone) in their basement and is blackmailed by big business to raise her and teach her what it means to be human and to be a woman. The script contains a lot of heart, is family friendly, and offers many points of view. The great part about it is that the audience can relate the Analog and ask themselves what would it be like if they restarted with a clean slate.

"Ingenue" is utilizing to raise funds for the production. Their goal is to raise $7,225, the same amount of money legendary writer/director Robert Rodriguez used to make "El Marachi" 20 years ago. Much like Rodriguez's production journal "Rebel Without a Crew," Chaplin will publish a production journal about the trials and tribulations of making "Ingenue" as a filmmakers' guide.

Casting has begun. A casting call is scheduled for April 7th in Noblesville.
Karmic Courage is known for it's high production value on a low budget. Their films have been shown in major festivals and conventions nationally and won awards in Indiana and Hollywood, CA.

For $10 you get your name in the credits in a feature film that will be seen by thousands. For $25 you get two tickets to the premiere of Ingenue slated for March of 2013. More great perks and information about the project and Karmic Courage visit

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