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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

U.S. Casting Director to Visit Austria: Guest Lecturer at Webster University & Workshop at IfiF Productions

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For our German-speaking friends: An article on Lana’s upcoming lecture and workshop on Austria’s university portal, Studium.at:

US Casting-Direktorin zu Besuch in Österreich
Gastvortrag an der Webster University sowie Workshop bei IfiF Productions
Studium.at
22 September 2011

Lana Veenker (bekannt durch Filme und Serien wie “Twilight,” “Paranoid Park,” “Leverage”) ird am 28. September einen Gastvortrag für angehende Filmemacher an der Webster University Vienna halten.

Lana Veenker war schon an hunderten Filmen beteiligt, darunter solche Blockbuster wie “Twilight,” Gus Van Sants “Paranoid Park,” und über 40 Episoden der TV-Hit-Serie “Leverage” mit Timothy Hutton. Sie arbeitete für so herausragende Filmkünstler wie Robert Benton, Dean Devlin, und Tim Robbins und betreute Stars wie Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Aniston, Harrison Ford, Viggo Mortensen, Charlize Theron um nur einige der Namen zu nennen. Gerade eben erst hat ihre Firma das Casting für den neuen Heitor Dhalia-Film “Gone” mit Amanda Seyfried abgeschlossen.

Im ihrem Workshop am 29.September bei IfiF Productions wird sie alles Wissenswerte über die richtige Vorsprechtechnik beim Film verraten. Die Unterrichtssprache ist Englisch.

Schauspieler in Wien haben die einmalige Gelegenheit das Vorsprechen für einen amerikanischen Film zu üben, und zwar durch eine prominente amerikanische Casting-Direktorin am 29. September im Studio der IfiF productions im 8. Wiener Gemeindebezirk.

In ihrem Drei-Stunden-Workshop, betitelt “In the Hot Seat: On-Camera Audition Workshop,” wird den Schauspielern gezeigt, wie “auditions” für amerikanische Serien und Filme genau ablaufen. Sie werden lernen, worauf Regisseure, Produzenten und Caster achten und werden in englischer Sprache anhand von Texten aus Lanas letzten Filmen die Situation beim Vorsprechen üben. Das wird – so hofft Lana Veenker – sich auch positiv auf die persönlichen Vorsprechtechniken in jedweder anderen Sprache auswirken.

“Es war immer mein größtes Interesse, Schauspielern, die NICHT aus Hollywood stammen, zum Durchbruch zu verhelfen,” bekennt Lana Veenker. Sie hat sich darauf spezialisiert vor Ort an den Drehschauplätzen zu besetzen, sie sucht Leute, die einheimisch sind. “Ein George Clooney braucht meine Hilfe nicht. Es macht viel mehr Spaß jemandem seine erste Rolle in einem großen Film zu verschaffen, jemandem das Sprungbrett für die große Karriere zu bieten.”

Bis jetzt hat Lana ihre Workshops in Paris, London, Berlin, Prag und Wien abgehalten und natürlich auch überall in den Vereinigten Staaten und hat manchen Stern am Himmel dank ihrer Starthilfe aufgehen gesehen. Dennoch betont sie, dass ihre Workshops als Unterricht gedacht sind. Es sind keine eigentlichen Auditions und eine Garantie für eine Besetzung gibt es auch nicht. “Schauspieler, die etwas lernen wollen, sind bei uns richtig. Es genügt nicht, einfach nur seine Set-Card abzugeben und zu hoffen, gesehen zu werden.” Die Workshops halten sich strikt an die Bestimmungen der Casting Society of America. Somit ist das richtige Ambiente für eine authentische Lernerfahrung gewährleistet.

Detaillierte Infos zum Workshop am 29. September gibt es unter folgendem link:

http://castingscoop.blogspot.com.

Deadline für die Anmeldung ist der 24.September. Die Kosten betragen EUR 95.-

(Quelle: Webster University)

Link to article.

 

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Friday, July 29, 2011

Talking film & TV on "Have You Heard? with Byron Beck"

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Had a blast co-hosting Have You Heard? with Byron Beck the other day. We really enjoyed working together, although I did have to bust his chops a bit about his “Between Two Ferns” set dec! 😉

Oregon’s top casting director, Lana Veenker, talks movies and why so many of them are being made in Portland. Actor Darius Pierce shares his experience on the set of Leverage and his role in Portland’s Shakespeare Project’s production of “As You Like It,” and Absolut Herve LeClerc and Red Cap’s Samuel Thomas create cocktails in support of civil rights and Basic Rights Oregon.

Have You Heard? Hosted By Byron Beck: Episode #22 from earth2world on Vimeo.

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

What’s New in Portland Film & TV? AM Northwest Finds Out.

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Great to see KATU’s Dave Anderson again (after his star turn on Leverage episode 408, which will air in a few weeks!) on this morning’s AM Northwest.

Portland is buzzing with TV and Film productions. Casting Director Lana Veenker stopped by to tell us what’s happening now…and how we might get in on the action.


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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Twilight Lexicon Reports: Lana Veenker Makes PSA Appeal

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Many thanks to the ladies over at Twilight Lexicon, who posted about the anti-rape PSA campaign that we are producing. We appreciate you!

Lana Veenker Makes PSA Appeal
July 8, 2011
Posted by Twilight_News

Many of you who have been around the fandom awhile know that Lana Veenker was one the people who helped to cast the original Twilight movie that filmed in the Portland, Oregon area. Lana casts many shows such as Leverage that shoot in the Portland area. For Twilight, Lana helped cast much of the local talent that was used in the film (Cora the waitress, young Bella, the original Sam Solomon Trimble, etc).

Lana is now involved in a cause that means much to her, as one of her close friends is one of the major activists in this area. More details on how you can help bring awareness to this important issue here.

Link to original post.

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Thursday, July 14, 2011

‘Twilight’ Casting Director, Lana Veenker, Takes a Stand

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The folks over at Twilighters Anonymous are helping to spread the word about the PSA we are producing. Thanks, guys!

‘Twilight’ Casting Director, Lana Veenker, Takes a Stand
July 9, 2011
By Evie

You might recognize the name Lana Veenker as the casting director from the original Twilight movie. Now Lana is taking a stand in a new PSA against rape as a weapon of war. Check out more below:

Meet Andrew & Lana from Cast Iron Studios.

Join our efforts to produce a 60-second PSA to help stop the use of rape as a weapon of war!

Our Story

New statistics show that over 400,000 women per year are raped in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where armed militias are using rape as a weapon of war to terrorize communities. Since this statistic does not include men and children, the actual number is much higher.

By comparison, as of the last census, the population of Portland, Oregon was about 584,000.

Think about that: Almost the equivalent of the entire population of Portland, violently raped. Per year.

Link to full blog post.

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Friday, May 27, 2011

Your Child in Movies: Better TV Interviews Lana Veenker at Tribeca Film Festival

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Prior to the premiere of Rid of Me at Tribeca Film Festival, Casting Director Lana Veenker shared tips with Better TV‘s Rhiannon Ally on how to get your child into show biz, no matter where you live.

Your Child in Movies
Turn your child into a star! Casting agent Lana Veenker shares tips on how to get your child into show biz — no matter where you live.
by Rhiannon Ally
Better TV
May 26, 2011

Okay, parents: how many times have you looked at your child and thought they could possibly be a big star.

Well, believe it or not, it is possible to get your child on the big screen, even if you don’t live in Hollywood, New York or Chicago.

We met up with Lana Veenker, a casting agent who was in New York promoting her new film, Rid of Me. She has some tips on getting kids into show biz.

Link to video.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

NBC picks "Grimm" pilot filmed in Portland for series

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KGW’s Joe Smith spoke to Vince Porter from the Governor’s Office of Film and Television, Mayor Sam Adams, Doug Boss, owner of Pacific Grip and Lighting, and Lana Veenker about the new NBC series “Grimm” that the Film Office has confirmed will begin shooting in Portland in July.

NBC picks ‘Grimm’ pilot filmed in Portland for series
by Joe Smith
KGW News Channel 8
May 24, 2011

PORTLAND, Ore. — Once upon a time in a place not too far away, the producers of a new NBC show chose the Rose City to bring its production. It’s not a fairy tale, but a true story.

The show “Grimm” is a cop drama based on the Grimm fairy tales. It’s also is a showcase for Oregon’s growing film industry, with hundreds of jobs in the starring role.

Producers spent weeks in Portland filming the pilot for the show, then waited. Would the network like it? They did.

The next question: Where would the series itself be filmed?

“NBC let us know they’re committed,” said Vince Porter, Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Oregon Film & TV.

Porter says the network’s decision to film the series in Portland is having a ripple effect though Oregon’s film community.

“To have a big broadcast show that’s set in Portland is a real step up for us.”

But, as much as the producers love Portland, they also love the tax credits Oregon is offering. A percentage in cash rebates goes to the production company for spending at least $750,000 in Oregon on wages and service. That’s an easy reach for Grimm.

“It can really tip over $2 million an episode,” said Porter.

There are also other incentives: no sales tax, and built-in crews and services, from cameras, to lights to action with northwest actors.

“The minute Grimm starts up they’re going to hire 150 people and by July there will be 250,” says Lana Veenker, a local casting director who cast eight local actors for the pilot.

Link to full article and video.

 

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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Back Stage’s Spotlight on Regional Casting: Pacific NW

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Check out Back Stage’s recent article on regional markets, in which Les Spindle talks to Lana about the Northwest.

Spotlight on Regional Casting
April 21, 2011
Back Stage

Why cling to the major hubs when there’s work to be had from the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters?

Sure, actors want to work in L.A. and New York. But other areas across the nation offer vibrant opportunities in film, television, commercials, and theater, for actors willing to step away from the coastal hubs and plant a few roots in homier soils. Back Stage checked out a few regions to see what’s available to actors of all stripes.

Link to list of US regional markets.

Pacific Northwest
April 21, 2011
by Les Spindle
Back Stage

Lana Veenker launched her Portland, Ore.–based firm, Lana Veenker Casting, in 1999. She says Oregon offers an abundance of employment opportunities—both union and nonunion—for actors in the vicinity. “This year is predicted to be the biggest year ever for us in films,” she says, noting that there are also plenty of television roles and many opportunities in commercials, though not much voiceover work. Veenker has cast 35 episodes of the TNT series “Leverage.” She doesn’t often cast theater, she says, but will do it occasionally—and pro bono.

Among the projects she has cast recently are “Grimm,” a pilot for NBC from the producers of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” the Lakeshore Entertainment thriller “Gone,” starring Amanda Seyfried; and “Brain Trust,” a pilot for TBS. Veenker points out that the IFC series “Portlandia” has also been a boon to the Northwest casting scene. “There’s a ton of independent films shooting in the area,” she says. “It’s really cracking.”

The region offers a wide variety of shooting locations. “The cool thing about Portland is that you’re within an hour of desert, snow, mountains, ocean, cities,” Veenker points out. Furthermore, production companies are discovering a wealth of good talent in the area. “There are really great crews up here and a really strong acting pool,” she says. “Pretty much every production that comes up here is thinking they’re going to have to fly up actors from L.A. Then they realize they’re able to hire a lot of the guest stars locally, and the co-stars, even many of the leading parts.”

She continues, “The talent base here is really serious, making their own indie films and Web series and taking acting classes. A lot of people who had careers in Hollywood or New York, with long résumés, have moved here for the quality of life. So the producers don’t have to pay them for per diem or travel.”

Link to full article on Pacific NW.

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Monday, April 25, 2011

Variety loves "Rid of Me"

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Just got home from the premiere of Rid of Me at Tribeca Film Festival. New York City was a blast!

Check out this glowing review of James Westby’s new film in Variety:

Rid of Me
By John Anderson
April 23, 2011

An Alcove Prods. and Parkwood East Film Co. presentation. Produced by Katie O’Grady, James Westby. Co-producer, Raija Talus. Directed, written, edited by James Westby.
With: Katie O’Grady, Orianna Herrman, John Keyser, Storm Large, Theresa Russell, Ritah Parrish, Adrienne Vogel, Melik Malkasian.

Bracingly original, alarming and droll, the righteously ribald “Rid of Me” should prove a breakthrough for helmer James Westby and his producer and leading lady, Katie O’Grady. Pic also offers further evidence of the remarkably innovative indie cinema being produced outside New York and Los Angeles — in this case, Portland, Ore., where the domestic meller and the horror movie have met, wed and proven fruitful. A devoted cult following seems more likely than Pacific Northwest rain, although a reasonable ad budget could mean bigger things.

Reveling in risk, Westby has his central character, Meris (O’Grady), do something so alarmingly disgusting in the flash-forward that opens the film that it’s a wonder the character recovers our sympathies. But she does: As the story proper begins, Meris, newly married to Mitch (John Keyser), is heading back with him to his Oregon hometown. He’s lost his computer company, while she’s dewy-eyed in anticipation of wedded bliss. The move is a step down for Mitch, and Mitch is a step down for Meris: When she makes him eggs benedict for breakfast, he puts ketchup on it. This is not going to end well.

The lighting is creepy, the ambience dreadful, but they don’t hold a candle to Mitch’s old friends, who welcome him warmly back into the fold while treating his new wife like a leper. The physicality of the characters underlines Meris’s outsider status: She’s tiny, they’re intimidating; she’s quiet, they’re loud. But it’s their uncharitable nature that makes them such self-satisfied monsters. No one attempts the slightest gesture to make Meris feel comfortable, and while she initially befriends her new neighbors, the Masuds (Adrienne Vogel, Melik Malkasian), she ends up snubbing them after hearing others suggest the couple might be Al Qaeda.

Matters escalate over the course of a series of dinner parties, until one evening when Meris drinks too much and blurts out something embarrassing Mitch told her not to repeat, and the die is cast. From there, O’Grady makes Meris a figure of pity, horror, revulsion and, to Mitch, profound embarrassment; in one scene at a karaoke bar, she croons a soul-scarring, cringe-inducing song of love and reproach that makes one’s skin crawl. Ultimately, the pic demonstrates, it’s not living well that’s the best revenge; it’s just sticking around.

Westby employs all manner of techniques to keep the audience off guard and engaged, cutting together kinetic musicvid-style romps and freeze-frame tableaux, all held together by a terrific soundtrack that includes songs by Part Time Pony (“Hot Tranny Three Day Messy Weekend”), Laura Gibson and Shelley Short, and Cambodian pop star Ros Sereysothea. Helmer handled shooting and editing duties himself, very effectively.

Link to article.

Congrats to all involved and to Oregon film!

 

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Show business is booming in Oregon…and FREE screening tickets!

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Casting Director Lana Veenker joined KATU’s Helen Raptis and Dave Anderson on AM Northwest to talk about the latest productions and what all the activity means for Oregonians.

For more information on the productions and how to get involved, see our previous blog post below.

SUPPORT OREGON FILM & GET A FREE SCREENING TICKET TO “MEEK’S CUTOFF”

Excited about all the movies and TV shows shooting in Oregon? Want to help us make sure these clean, green, high-paying jobs keep coming in, not only for local film industry professionals, but for individuals and small businesses all across the state?

We need you to show your support of extending the Oregon Production Investment Fund (OPIF), the successful incentive program that has attracted all of these productions to Oregon.

2011 is projected to be our busiest year ever for film and TV, and we want to keep the momentum going!

The program is due to sunset in 2012. Without your help, it could all go away, so please join us!

HOW? WHERE? WHEN?

Join us in Salem on March 15th at 4:00 pm, when a conceptual video about the program will be taped on the Capitol steps. We want your presence and your stories, to help raise awareness of the powerful economic and cultural impact of the film and video industry in Oregon.

SPECIAL OFFER!

RSVP for the video shoot, and you’ll get a FREE ticket to the exclusive 7:00 pm screening of “Meek’s Cutoff” that follows at the Historic Elsinore Theatre (normally $20!).

“Meek’s Cutoff,” directed by Kelly Reichardt and starring Michelle Williams, was filmed in Eastern Oregon and has been shown at Venice, Toronto and Sundance Film Festivals.

The individuals and businesses below have made an extraordinary show of support by donating the cost of the tickets AND bus service from Portland so that you can go, because they understand the value of this legislation to our state.

Free tickets are limited, so RSVP now at OMPA.org. Be sure to mention that Lana Veenker Casting referred you, so that your ticket comes from our allocation!

CAPITOL STEPS EVENT
Tuesday, March 15th
Oregon State Capitol Building
900 Court Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301
2:00 pm: Arrive at OMSI, if taking the bus from Portland
4:00 pm: Be ready at Capitol steps
RSVP at OMPA.org
Be sure to mention Lana Veenker Casting in the “Who Referred You?” box!

EXCLUSIVE SCREENING OF MEEK’S CUTOFF
Tuesday, March 15th
The Historic Elsinore Theatre
170 High Street SE, Salem, Oregon 97301
6:30 pm: Doors open
7:00 pm: Screening
Free ticket when you RSVP for 4:00 pm Event

Can’t make the 4:00 pm video shoot? Buy advance tickets to the screening at Tickets West, The Elsinore Theatre or the Oregon Film office.

Hope to see you there!

Thank you to ticket sponsors Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Bent Image Labs, David Cress, Koerner Camera, Kamp Grizzly, Gearhead Grip and Electric, @ Large Films, Picture This Production Services & Stage, Bonnie Roseman, Rose City Realtors, Funnelbox, Gales Creek Insurance, and Pacific Grip and Lighting.

 

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Film Production is Off the Charts in Oregon!

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Film production is off the charts in Oregon right now, thanks in large part to OPIF, our state film incentive program!

CASTING NOW

Casting is underway for three major film and television projects at Lana Veenker Casting, including Season 4 of TNT’s “Leverage,” starring Timothy Hutton,

Leverage


a new pilot for NBC called “Grimm” starring David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell, Russell Hornsby and Bitsie Tulloch,

David Giuntoli (left), Silas Weir Mitchell (right)

and a feature film for Lakeshore Entertainment called “Gone,” starring Amanda Seyfried.

Amanda Seyfried

To find out how to get involved in these productions as an actor or extra, CLICK HERE to jump to the bottom of the page.

OTHER PRODUCTIONS IN OREGON

Portlandia,” the IFC series starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, has just been picked up for 10 more episodes, scheduled to debut next January,

Portlandia


and producers should be finding out soon whether or not “Brain Trust,” the TBS pilot that shot here in December, starring D.B. Sweeney and Michael Urie, will be going to series!

D.B. Sweeney (left), Michael Urie (right)

Congrats to everyone involved in Oregon film and television production. This year is shaping up to be our busiest yet!

Moreover, our homegrown productions are gaining national and international attention:

SPECIAL SCREENING OF “MEEK’S CUTOFF”

On March 15th at 7:00 PM in Salem, there will be a special screening of “Meek’s Cutoff” starring Michelle Williams, which recently shot in Eastern Oregon, and was shown at Sundance, Toronto and Venice Film Festivals. Come show your support for the Oregon film industry, and all of the clean, green, family-wage, high-tech jobs we are creating all across the state!

Meek’s Cutoff

For information on tickets to the “Meek’s Cutoff” screening at the historic Elsinore Theatre, please visit Tickets West or the Oregon Confluence website.

“RID OF ME” TO PREMIERE AT TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

Tribeca Film Festival in New York has just announced that feature film “Rid of Me,” directed by James Westby and produced by Katie O’Grady, and shot entirely in Oregon, will premiere in April 2011 as part of its Viewpoints lineup.  Not to miss!

Bravo to all the hardworking cast and crew who make these productions possible.

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HOW TO GET INVOLVED

NOTE: This information is for extras and actors who live in the Pacific Northwest.

INFO FOR EXTRAS:

For information on working as an extra on “Leverage” or “Gone,” please contact Extras Only.

For information on working as an extra on “Grimm,” please keep an eye out on Portland Craigslist, under Talent Gigs. Any openings will be posted there.

INFO FOR PROFESSIONAL ACTORS:

UNREPPED ACTORS
If you are a professional actor based in Oregon or Washington and you are NOT represented by a talent agency, you can create a free profile in our casting database.

  • Go to The Casting Frontier
  • Create a Basic (Free) profile in the Pacific NW Region
  • Fill your profile out completely, including your headshot and resume
  • Send the Public Link of your profile to talent[at]slateplease[dot]com, subject line: NW Actor Submission

Hint: Your public link contains a lot of random letters and numbers. If there aren’t a lot of random letters and numbers, it’s not a link we can use.

ACTORS SEEKING REPRESENTATION
If you are seeking representation in the Northwest, please contact SAG or AFTRA for a list of franchised agencies, or check the Production Directory on the OMPA website under Talent Agencies.

NOTE: We are a casting company, not a talent agency, so we don’t represent actors. Creating a Casting Frontier profile will put you in our database, but you still need an agent to promote you!

REPPED ACTORS
If you are a professional actor based in Oregon or Washington and you ARE represented by a talent agent, you should already be on Casting Frontier. There is no need for you to resubmit or self-submit. Just let your agent know you’re interested and available, and they’ll do the rest.

****Please no calls or drop-by visits.****

MORE INFORMATION

For more information on film production in Oregon, check out the Oregon Governor’s Office of Film and Television‘s website or the Confluence website.

Back to Productions

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Monday, September 27, 2010

Scare Tactics

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Megan McMorris explores the interesting on-set experiences of Leverage thugs, stunt performers and background actors in this article featuring Casting Director Lana Veenker.

Safe & clean article from the October 2010 issue of Penthouse.

2010_10 – Scare Tactics

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Friday, August 13, 2010

Lana Veenker on OPB’s Think Out Loud Friday, August 13th

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Lana will be on Oregon Public Broadcasting‘s Think Out Loud tomorrow, Friday, August 13th, from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM to talk about the state of Oregon on screens both big and small.

Additional guests include Kearie Peak (co-executive producer of “Leverage”), Todd Freeman (independent filmmaker), Kevin Klowden (managing economist and director of the California Center), and Kristi Turnquist (pop culture reporter for The Oregonian).

You can submit your questions ahead of time in the comments section at OPB.

If you missed the show, here’s the link to download the MP3, or you can stream it on the OPB website. Enjoy!

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Thursday, July 29, 2010

The Hollywood Reporter: Made in Oregon

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The June 25-27, 2010 issue of The Hollywood Reporter put the spotlight on Oregon: its incentives, landscapes, and talent.

Read the article here on The Hollywood Reporter, or find a PDF version below.

Casting Director Lana Veenker was highlighted as one of “eight must-knows for an Oregon shoot”:

2010_06_25 – North by Northwest Made in Oregon – The Hollywood Reporter

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Never too late to swoon: Why are grown women smitten with today’s teen idols?

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Beth Teitell of the Boston Globe talks to Lana about adult women and the Twilight phenomenon.

Never too late to swoon: Why are grown women smitten with today’s teen idols?

By Beth Teitell
Boston Globe
May 13, 2010

Like many mothers and daughters, Mary Irizarry and her 12-year-old argue sometimes. But their disputes aren’t over texting or clothing. They disagree about which male Twilight star is cuter.

“My daughter says Jacob [played by 18-year-old Taylor Lautner] is stronger and has better muscles,” said Irizarry 33, a salesperson and administrative assistant from Springfield, “but I think Edward [played by 24-year-old Robert Pattinson] is better looking and more romantic.”

She allowed herself a sigh. “I’m all about Edward.”

Anyone who has seen her Edward Cullen-emblazoned fleece blanket–enjoyed when her husband is working an overnight shift–would not disagree. “When People magazine named [Pattinson] one of the sexiest men alive, I definitely bragged about him.”

Oh, be still her maternal bosom. Irizarry is one of those moms with schoolgirl crushes–adult women who are happily obsessed with young stars, as well as movies and TV shows aimed at teens and tweens. Unlike earlier generations of women, who either kept secret their crushes on youthful stars like Elvis or the Beatles–or simply didn’t have them, today many moms see nothing wrong in proclaiming their fascination.

Link to full article.

 

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

"Follow the Prophet" available on PPV, VOD & soon on DVD

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Just received an announcement that a controversial film we helped cast, Follow the Prophet, directed by Drew Rosenberg, is now available on Video-on-Demand/Pay-per-View across North America.

DVDs can also be pre-ordered on the film’s website.

It opened theatrically at the Angelika Film Center in Houston on April 30th with a fundraiser for the Texas Center for the Missing, provider of one of the biggest Amber Alerts in the nation.

Congratulations to the 25+ actors we cast in this film for helping to shed light on the difficult subjects of child abuse and incest within certain extremist religious cults.

And to Producers Paul Bernard and James Scura, with whom we now work on Leverage!

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