Casting for a music video being shot in Austin, TX on Sat. 11/2

Burton Casting is casting for a music video in Austin, TX being directed by Clay Liford.

The music video is for Zoltar’s “Animal Dreams”.  The shoot is happening this Saturday 11/2 from 10am till 7pm in Austin, TX.

There will be NO auditions for this one as we are casting directly off of headshots.

We are looking for the following:

YOUNG TEEN BOY: 11-15yrs. Open on race.   Younger looking teen boys. More curious with nature and the animals & creatures they see outdoors than the teen girls playing in the water. Real-looking teens boys who look like they would play in the woods, climb trees and spy on girls.

2 TEEN GIRLS: 13-16yrs. Open on race.  Typical teenage girls – who still look like teens and not adults. We will be casting 2 friendly, everyday type girls who would be playing by the water outdoors.

There is no pay for this one but food and footage will be provided.  Also, this is a great opportunity for young actors to get a chance to work with a great director, Clay Liford, who will be casting for a feature film with lots of kids/teens very soon.

Clay Liford (Director/Producer) – Clay serves as Producer and Director of Arts+Labor in Austin, TX. As a Director of Photography, Clay has shot twenty features, including the award winning films St. Nick (Dir: David Lowery, SXSW 2009) and Gayby (Dir: Jonathan Lisecki,SXSW 2012). He has written and directed three features to date, including the festival hits Wuss (SXSW 2011, AFI 2011 Audience Award Winner) and Earthling(SXSW 2010). His comedy short My Mom Smokes Weed has played over forty festivals, including the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. He is a Graduate of the University of Texas film program.

Please send a photo, age and contact info ASAP to:
brad@burtoncasting.com

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