With thousands of models, actors and everyday folks from across the country in the Soup, and more joining every day, it’s easy to see why we love our job. We get to interact with wonderful people who are chasing their dreams and landing jobs. It’s a privileged position. And while we have fun at work and enjoy the job, it’s one we take seriously.
Helping our clients find and book talent is what most people think we do day in and day out. It’s true we spend a great deal of time making happy clients (and talent) but another significant role we play, that often goes unnoticed, is that of “Protector”. Specifically, we protect our talent’s contact info from the general public by screening potential casting inquiries from unsolicited projects.
Showing off some amazing booked talent… project 1276, the banking client…. We’ll highlight the full production team after the shoot but for now, check out these good looking folks!
Producer: Eric Rassmusen Productions (NY)
Atlanta Production Coordinator: Callie Householder Productions (ATL)
Showing off our talent is so easy when great creative folks put them to work… Here last year’s National Peanut Board ad campaign makes the NY Times
Our fantastic talent shooting today for the Breast Cancer Awareness PSA-
Our client, agency Multiple, reports from the location that everyone is thrilled with the talent selections and their performance. Great job y’all!
Hello lovely ladies around Atlanta!
A new German cosmetics company is launching into the US market and in the Soup to find the perfect spokesmodel. Talent will be required to memorize 3-7 lines per shoot segment as no cards or prompters will be used. Talent will be on set for up to 10 hours and it pays $1200 plus agency (if applicable).
Our client is going to select their top ladies from the system to submit videos by the end of the week. Remember, Pro accounts keep 100% of this rate. If you have a free, Entry account and book this job, we keep 20% of that $1200. Agency talent please see your agency for your net payment.
Project 1275 Print Shoot - A global airline (wink wink) is shopping for great looking 33-47 year old models for their internal library.
Talent will be on set for 4 hours and it pays $1000 plus agency (if applicable). Remember if you have a free, Entry account and book this job, we keep 20% of that $1000. Agency talent please see your agency for your net.
For those Atlanta men that got the notice this morning, check your Home tab again for the project info including payment info. Sorry about missing that…this is clearly a PAID project!
Here’s another example of how automatic submissions work. If you are not in the Soup (registered), we can’t submit you. Most projects don’t announce so get in the mix!
Miami Print Shoot Casting For National Paper Goods Brand. Pays up to $2500 - Casting By Invitation Only. Experienced models only please
In Person Casting date (invite only): Thursday, March 27, Miami, FL
Tentative Shoot Dates: April 3, April 4th or April 5th 2014
Session: Up to 8 hours
A Big 5 Auto Maker - Sustainability Interactive Video Casting -
By Invitation Only!
All experience levels welcome
In Person Casting date: Wednesday, March 26th, Atlanta, GA
Tentative Shoot Dates: April 2, April 3 or April 4th 2014
Usage: 1 year. Video for Sustainability Report and B Roll. No broadcast or advertising use.
Session: Up to 8 hours (likely less)
Script / Sides: There is no script! See Notes below.
Rate: $800.00 plus agency if needed (covers session and usage). Non-union project. No experience needed just willingness to be yourself on camera.
Client: A Big 5 Auto Maker
Breakdown / Demographics:
If you received notice about this project you many have noted it did not show the rate.
As a policy, we do not serve talent to free projects. That is, in kind, work. On a case by case basis some projects offer legitimate value exchanges and this project is one of them.
Our client, noted commercial photographer Joe Boris, is crafting beautiful portraits for a personal project he’s calling Friday Faces. Booked talent will get 10 retouched images chosen by Joe as payment for their time.
Given Joe’s work is lovely, we believe this is a great project for interested talent and want to give folks the chance to accept or reject the offer on their own (instead of us deciding for them). We are not profiting from this service for Joe, BTW.