The independent feature film Daylight's End has chosen Tyler as one of the final locations for the production and is currently accepting submissions for the roles of "Creature" Extras as well as Film Crew Interns for their Tyler location.
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -
From "Daylight's End" Production Coordinator Jamey Whitley:
The independent feature film "Daylight's End" has chosen Tyler as one of the final locations for the production and is currently accepting submissions for the roles of "Creature" Extras as well as Film Crew Interns for their Tyler location, which will shoot in Tyler from July 21-23.
"Daylight's End" is an independent feature film directed by William Kaufman who has been very pleased with the support of not just the City of Tyler but also Smith County.
"We've been very grateful for the support and hospitality that Smith County and the City of Tyler has shown us and we see a great area with a lot of potential for future films. We hope this is the start of a great relationship for film in East Texas as it can provide jobs and experience for those looking to get into the film industry," says Kaufman whose previous credits include The Hitlist, Sinners and Saints, and One in the Chamber.
Film Crew Interns will assist the Film Crew's various departments on set. Extras will need to be in good physical shape and with no known health problems, as these roles require running in the heat. Both roles are for ages 18 and up, however, ages 16 and 17 will be considered only with parental consent.
To be considered for a role as an Extra, Crew Intern or both please send an email stating which role you would like to be considered for along with a recent photo or headshot to email@example.com. Please include your name, contact information, age, availability, and reference the Tyler location. This will be a closed set not open to the public. Only those who have submitted via email will be considered.
Monday, September 1 2014 2:00 AM EDT2014-09-01 06:00:48 GMT
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