Casting and Crew Call for Houston, Texas HD Independent Internet Series “Axe Bodyspray Commercial Spoof”
Production Title: Axe Bodyspray Commercial Spoof for Internet Show
Studio/Independent/Student: Independent
Project Type: Internet Series
Project Format: HD
Production Location: Houston, Texas

Synopsis: This is a spoof commercial for an in-development internet show, the first in a recurring series of fake commercials that show what would really happen in the situations that real commercials have.

Character Breakdowns:

  • Becky: An attractive girl-next-door type. No particular ethnicity or “look.”
  • Chad: Jockish, frat-boy/Abercrombie type, wears Khaki and sweatervest
  • Josh: Grungy, flannel and jeans, unkempt/scruffy coffeeshop musician look

Crew Positions Needed:

  • Videographers. Any interested in filming the commercial, or interested in ongoing work (40 scripts in production for the show) should contact me
  • Someone to document the filming process for the Behind The Scenes part of the site. Think dvd extras: interviews, making-of, etc.

Paid/Non-Paid: Non-Paid
Other/Additional Compensation: Film Credit
Meals/Lodging/Transportation Provided: Meals, Snacks and Beverages

Production Company: Project Nova

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Special Notes for Potential Cast/Crew:The dialogue could be considered PG-13. The video is a spoof, so both leads will need to be able to sell a ridiculous, over-the-top premise.

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