Monthly Archives: March 2008

15 Minutes on the IMDb Homepage

We already thought it was pretty cool to be quoted in an article this month for Wired magazine on using MySpace as a casting tool: Filmmakers Find Fresh Talent on MySpace By Hugh Hart 03.14.08 | 12:00 AM He’s worked … Continue reading

Filmmaking Gone Wild!

Film production has gone crazy in Oregon since the legislature passed some incentive programs to encourage producers to shoot here. In LA, they’re calling us the new Toronto, the new Vancouver, the new New Mexico, etc. We started up on … Continue reading

2008 – A Film Fest Odyssey

The odyssey continues…. Okay, so after the LA “Untraceable” premiere, I took off for the Berlin International Film Festival. I was one of about 35 casting directors participating in European Film Promotion’s “Shooting Stars” program, in which the top nine … Continue reading

From "Burning Plain" to "Twilight" to the "Untraceable" premiere

My how time flies! Time to get caught up. I’ll probably have to do this in a few posts. We wrapped casting on “The Burning Plain” (starring Charlize Theron) in January. I finally made it to set on the second … Continue reading