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|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 7:10am On Aug 04|
Y.E.S. productions is holding a movie audition
Date: August 8th 2015
Venue: Ojodu junior grammer school, Ojodu Berger, Lagos
Contact: Director Smart 08146131817 or Simon Jude 08068473295.
For all you PH peeps this movie audition by serendipity media is for you
Date: August 7th and 8th 2015
Venue:Tokyu grand hotel near air force base junction, Stadium road, Port Harcourt
NB: Bring your 5x7 pictures
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 4:36pm On Aug 01|
LMFE is holding a movie audition
Date: August 5th 2015
Venue: FRESHERS(RELOADED) by Forte oil filling station, Awoyaya, Lekki Epe Expressway, Lagos
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 11:17am On Aug 01|
@Odu 16 please can you be more clear on what you want? I can't understand your question. @Tasciege I don't know what they want as I don't work with them. Why don't you send them your personal information and picture? If they like what you send they should reply you.
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 8:26am On Jul 27|
There is an audition for a TV series
Date: July 28th 2015
Venue: 5 Agbaoku street off Opebi road, Salvation bus stop, Ikeja, Lagos
Contact: 08074041628 email@example.com
NB: Come with your 5x7 pictures
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 9:45pm On Jul 26|
Corporate world entertainment, the producers of the movie "30 days in Atlanta" need actors and actresses living in Warri, Delta state for a movie. If you fit the bill send your profile and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 9:29pm On Jul 22|
Eaglesville multimedia is holding a movie audition
Date: July 24th 2015
Venue: 11 Omotayo Ojo street behind Oshopey plaza off Allen avenue, Ikeja, Lagos
NB: Actors/actresses must be aged 16-50 years (female) and 25-55 years (male)
Exposure Concept is looking for models, video vixens,actors and actresses
Date: July 24th 2015
Venue: 1, Adebisi Oguniyi street, Lekki phase 1, Lagos
Contact: 08159512919, (Whatsapp) 08055464597, 08165085207, (BB pin) 25c9525d, 55cd2c87, 24d798c8
NB: Come with 2 passport pictures. Dress code (Female) Black tank top over blue jeans and heels (Male) black polo and blue jeans
A film director needs Lagos based actors/actresses for his sitcom (recurring and guest star roles) - http:///forms/d8CT2Xti6l Elderly actors above 65 years of age are also needed
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 2:11pm On Jul 19|
There is a movie audition on Tuesday
Date: July 21st 2015
Venue: 17 Modupe Johnson street off Adeniran Ogunsanya street, Surulere, Lagos
Contact: 08068881905, 08061102869
Eugene 1 movies is holding a movie audition
Date: July 28th 2015
Venue: Nshiagu college, Ogwashi-Uku, Delta state
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 11:05pm On Jul 17|
Liz Johnson media is holding a movie audition tomorrow
Date: July 18th 2015
Venue: Mekusa bar, 153 Adetola street, Aguda, Lagos
|TV/Movies / Re: The Nollywood Industry Is Dying Slowly by lynx200(m): 10:49am On Jul 17|
I have to warn you guys that this is going to be long. I have just read all the comments here and I see most people are just arguing and attacking blindly. I doubt if any of you have been involved in the production of an actual film or TV series. (outside acting) When trying to do something new you have to explore both the old and the new and also the nuances of your environment. When trying to do something you have to also consider the business angle because if you cannot make money from it how can you sustain it?
The Nigerian music industry has evolved because they took care of the business angle in their own distinct way and noted the bias of their society. Today musicians are living well even some of the lower cadre ones unlike the preceding generation and that's due to their business savvy.
Arguing for making better movies will be useless if you cannot create a compelling business case around it. People invest to make a profit and that was what created the Nollywood industry in the early 90s. There was a way to get to movies to the consumers then and there were good producers then who produced good stories. But today the Alaba model is outdated which is why there are so many part 1-6 home videos around with wack stories.
I cannot stand the recent Alaba movies myself. Yes, new Nollywood has better technical input but what the average person wants to see in a film is the STORY and most new Nollywood are dulling in this regard. Most new Nollywood movies hardly make money due to the lack of cinemas and the system they use. The cinemas were created for the so called middle class but Nollywood was built on the backs of the lower income class which the cinemas don't target. Somebody said that talking of piracy isn't relevant here but it cannot be divorced from this topic and one way that can be combated (without government help) is building affordable cinemas.
Before that you have to consider the business environment and that is why I admire AY and what he has done with 30 days in Atlanta. Most of you bashed it and I must confess its an ordinary story but its the highest grossing Nigerian cinema movie with a gross of N200 million. (The second highest was half of a yellow sun with N60 million) because the audience could relate with it. Ay to me is not one of the better comedians there but he is a damn good business man. He advertised the movie (something most Nigerian film makers fail to do or think is not important) which attracted people. October 1 and half of a yellow sun did the same which is why they made money as well. Ay blended elements of the new Nollywood (Good cinematography, sound, pictures) with elements of the Alaba nollywood (comedy, movie stars with a large following) and he made his money.
Its good to think out of the box and make new movies but you have to be careful and make sure its grounded in reality. Nigerians are conservative so you have to ease them into new things like the music people did. Hell, even Alaba marketers know their stuff is wack (I have interacted with them and I have seen a lot of porn movies over there but I also saw a zombie home video from a marketer) but they have to do something that gives them good return for their productions. If they see that cinema movies are making profit they wont hesitate to join and invest. These are rational businessmen and they will back a good film idea with a good business pathway.
New Nollywood cinemas require a lot more money than Alaba films (average budget $250000) both production and marketing which is why many of them are going safe making love stories. I go to cinemas regularly and until late last year wont have watched any Nigerian film I never participated in as a writer or actor. If there are more cinemas that are affordable (In India cinema tickets the standard of silverbird charge the equivalent of $2 per ticket on weekends unlike Nigeria that charge $6-$7) people will flock to them and with good publicity will watch the new Nigerian offerings as long as they are relevant to them. Over time many will upgrade their tastes.
Ihuomadinihu is right when she says we haven't exhausted our own stories. Do you know Hollywood is making a film about Fela? If there was a good way to make back that money investors will come in. (75% of the $8 million budget for "Half of a yellow sun was gotten from Nigerians) There are so many stories we can do about our past and present but there is also the need to project the future and the possibilities which is why I am equally in support of zombie and sci fi movies as bad influence pointed out but one that we can relate to. There is nothing wrong with urban based movies as I believe most Nigerians live in cities so there should be stories that reflect this diversity. Personally I don't see anything wrong with a Nigerian super hero movie. Thailand and Philippines shoot super hero movies and they are nothing like the DC and marvel comic characters from the US. We should also make films that can go international so we should balance local and international nuances.
Ihuomadinihu made some valid and constructive points but most of you were too busy trying to put her down . One guy had the guts to call her a LovePeddler! My brother you should be ashamed of yourself for saying that. She's made the best contributions and she never said she was in support of the Alaba films but pointed out the low points of the new Nollywood movies and you all jumped on her.
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|Politics / Is Apprenticeship A Better Form Of Education? by lynx200(m): 10:00am On Jul 15|
I remember when I started my first job. There were so many things that I had no idea about like customer service, marketing, etiquette etc. which I had to be learn on the fly. Many graduates can relate to this experience which can be overwhelming for many. Some don’t even get over it.
There are other signs that our young ones are not getting a good and useful education especially on social media where you see the poor sentences and terrible thinking on display and you cannot reiterate the need for an overhaul of the education system.
Education is the primary means of social mobility for lower income people in any society but when it cannot help one earn a good living then something is wrong. What is taught in many schools today is sorely outdated and the rote learning employed as the means of instruction does not enhance critical thinking which is needed for any society to progress.
Read the rest of the article here http://www.jovibabs.com/gotta-change-whats-on-the-education-blackboard/
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 10:32am On Jul 11|
Anybody looking for a temporary job? Spectranet needs 200 males and females for their modem sales job. Its for two months and the pay is 90000 naira with a daily allowance of 1500 naira. Contact Itunu Gold on 08135608480 or 09095933785 for more details
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 8:57pm On Jul 08|
There is a movie audition on Saturday
Date: July 10th 2015
Venue: 17 Modupe Johnson street off Adeniran Ogunsanya street Surulere Lagos
Contact: Torino 07068381720
NB:come with your 5x7 pictures
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 12:16pm On Jul 07|
Sorry this is late. There is an audition for a movie "The dance" today
Date: July 7th 2015 (Today)
Venue: 22/23 Eze Iyamu street off Billingsway, Ikeja, Lagos
Contact: 08034611346, 08066313757
NB:Artistes are required to prepare an acting performance with a maximum time of 2 minutes with a combination of 2 or more songs by your favorite artistes
Sorry this late. There is an audition for a movie being directed by Director Ehizojie Ojesebholo today.
Date: July 7th 2015 (today)
Venue: 1, Abdul Osagie close off Tokunbo Macaulay street off Emmanuel Keshi street, Magodo estate phase 2, Shangisha, Lagos
NB: Artistes must be aged 30-35 years
There is an audition day after tomorrow
Date : July 9th 2015
Venue: Veekof plaza, 3 Obasuyi crescent, St savior bus stop off Ikotun Ijegun road, Ijegun, Lagos
Derwin productions is holding a TV series audition
Date: July 17th 2015
Venue: Sheba event center 20 Mobolaji bank Anthony way near FCMB bank Ikeja
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 9:31pm On Jul 05|
There is a movie audition tomorrow
Date : July 6th 2015
Venue: 17 Ajao road off-off Ogunlana drive, Surulere, Lagos
NB: Come with your 5x7 pictures
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 3:04pm On Jul 05|
Sorry udmec but we don't allow auditions where artistes have to pay to be auditioned here. Many have been scammed through that method and we want to prevent such here. If you can create another post and paste your notice there but not here.
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 11:28am On Jul 05|
Optimal entertainment is holding an audition
Date: July 11th 2015
Venue: Benue state liaison office plot 1221, bishop oluwole street, Victoria island, opposite bar Beach tower, Lagos.
Contact : 08187126366, 08034299959, 08098322029
Stanworld media group holds a TV series and movie audition
Date: July 10th and 11th 2015
Venue: 9 Seidu Ajibowu street off Toyin street, Ikeja
NB: Come with your 5x7 pictures
5 female models are needed for a body cream advert and photo shoot. The models must have little or no stretch marks. The pay is 40k. Tall and slim female models are needed for a bridal train job in Lagos on July 25th 2015. The pay is 10k with free shoes and bag. If interested call or add on whatsapp 08033904647 and send in 2 5x7 portrait pictures (No studio pictures) and your phone numbers.
|TV/Movies / Re: A Nairalander's Short Film by lynx200(m): 1:26pm On Jul 04|
I like the shots you guys took and the picture quality as it told the story well. For a while i thought it was shot in the states or Europe though I feel the gun could have used a silencer rather than the loud bang as it was in an open street and you could have edited the gun shot better showing it was fired as the video shows that nothing happened or else you could have covered the view of the gun. The mood of the soundtrack was on track and the editing and the grading were professionally done. Overall it was a nice shot. Can't wait to see your other offerings.
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 6:23pm On Jun 30|
There is an audition for three new TV series
Date: July 4th 2015
Venue: Sound vision, 38, Oke Arin street, opposite Ilupeju Central Mosque, Palmgrove, Lagos.
NB: Come with your 5x7 pictures
The roles to be auditioned for are as follows
1) NAME OF TV SERIES: 2GEDA ROLE AVAILABLE:
TOLU: Ebony complexion, beautiful, smallish stature (not tiny o!), looks 19 years old, ability to play as an undergraduate.
2) NAME OF TV SERIES: HOUSE 7 ROLES AVAILABLE.
LANDLORD: A man in his 50s, speaks pidgin English with Yoruba accent, very shrewd.
OKEY: A man in his 40s, speaks pidgin English with heavy Igbo accent, business minded.
TAMUNO: A man in his 30s, speaks pidgin English with Waffi accent.
OVIE: A man in his early 30s, speaks pidgin and queen's English.
MAMA ADE: Dark in complexion, early 40s, illiterate Yoruba woman, speaks pidgin English.
NANCY: Very beautiful, young, vibrant, light complexion, speaks queen's English.
SISI: A beautiful lady, light complexion, covetous, early 30s.
OBY: Dark complexion, mid 40s, fat, good looking, motherly, shrewd, business minded, speaks pidgin English, ability to speak Igbo language,
JENNY: Young, beautiful, proud, classy, speaks queen's English, mid 20s,
NKEM: Dark complexion, brilliant, good looking, speaks queen's English.
PAULINA: Slim, big boobs with flat tummy, average beauty, speaks pidgin English.
3)NAME OF TV SERIES: LEGALLY MARRIED. ROLES AVAILABLE.
TEJU: Newly wedded, beautiful, late 20s, curvy, good diction.
FABIAN: In his 30s, handsome, athletic, good diction.
GO-SLOW: A man in his late 40s, very funny, speaks pidgin English.
MAMA: In her late 50s, good looking, speaks queen's English, ability to speak Igbo language advantage.
TEMMY: Beautiful, speaks with good diction, in her early 30s.
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 11:55am On Jun 27|
Sorry this is late but it could benefit someone in Owerri and its environs. Great concepts productions is holding a movie audition today in Owerri.
Date :Saturday 27th of June 2015 (Today)
Venue:Gina Guest House, after Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri
Contact: 07068173363 or ping 56604AC9
Come with a 5x7 picture
Memshack digital productions is holding an Igbo TV series audition
Date: June 29th 2015
Venue: Winnis hotel, 22, Folawiyo Bankole street, ikate, Surulere,
Apreel ventures, producers of the TV series Dear mother and spider are holding an audition
Date: Saturday 11th July 2015
Venue: NAPTIN EXECUTIVE HOSTELS, Akangba, Adelabu street, Surulere, Lagos(Former Nepa Staff Quarters)
Time: 9am - 3pm
Contact: 08024748806 or 08083257322. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: Come with a 5x7 picture
Bennys foundation is holding a movie audition in Benin
Date: Wednesday July 1st 2015
Venue: Royal Shopping Building 202, First East Circular Road Opp Nekpen-nekpen Junction Benin City.
Contact: Call 08056431526 08037173250
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 9:23am On Jun 26|
Thanks for the compliments Slim Vincent. First I am no Nollywood guru, just a regular guy who is helping out. Most times the pay in Lagos is much better in Asaba. The average pay per scene in Lagos is N2000 whereas Asaba pay is much lower (average N1000 per scene) as the producers moved there to cut costs. The only thing is most of the jobs in Asaba hardly sell and this makes it difficult for actors in it to gain recognition.
In the east the center is Enugu not Awka and the same thing as happens in Asaba goes on there. The difference is the Enugu boys have a clique thing going where you have to join the various guilds before you can work there. (which is illegal in my opinion and the laws of the land) If you don't they will refuse to give you jobs. Lagos too has its challenges but there are more jobs in Lagos than the other two places combined as most TV/web series and cinema movies are shot here. (The two others do only home videos)
I used to have a contact in Asaba but he left along with some others as a result of the poor working conditions which has resulted in very little audition information there. For my advice on how to proceed if you are in Asaba or Enugu and its environs you can start there by going to auditions. If you are in Asaba just head to Zenith hotel and you will get more information there. I am not that familiar with Enugu though.
To me the best place to start would be Lagos as that's the center of the Nigerian film making industry. In Lagos you don't have to register with the guild, just go to any of the auditions here and prove yourself. At times you will have to forgo pay to get some more credits. (Just don't make it too much) If possible go to an acting school and get trained. Make sure its one that also produces so that you can get a chance to show your stuff and build connections. Open your eyes to the other opportunities in the film industry like sound, lighting, set design, Make up, wardrobe, production management, scriptwriting etc. Many of those who work in these sectors started out as actors/actresses, found out they were good in these areas and concentrated there. (That was my route to the scriptwriting I do now) They might not be glamorous and publicized as acting but most times they have more job stability and make more money than most actors. Hope this helps you.
Actors and actresses are needed for a production. Actors must be aged 21-27 years and 35-40 years while the actresses must be aged 21-27 years. If interested sen your pictures (portrait) and full details to email@example.com. For more details call Michael on 07030661293.
NB: Only shortlisted actors/actresses will be contacted for reading and final auditioning
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 11:12pm On Jun 25|
Novus entertainment is holding a TV series audition
Date: July 1st 2015
Venue: Semper Diamond lodge 207, Chief Sunny Ogbeide close, Diamond estate near Golden tulip hotel, Amuwo Odofin, FESTAC, Lagos
Contact: 08144976327 Novusenter@gmail.com
There is an audition for the a new TV series "The governor" by Ebonylife TV. Go to the website www.ebonylifetv.com/the-governor to read and download the character bible and the character scripts. Follow the instructions you see on the website.(Very important)
Date: July 13th and 14th 2015
Venue: Civic center, Ozumba Mbadiwe road, Victoria Island, Lagos
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 11:10pm On Jun 24|
Models are needed for the billboard advert of a bank. Only models who have not worked in a bank advert this year can apply. The casting holds on June 28th. The characters needed are as follows.
8 men 35-60 years (including 3 whites, Latinos or Chinese)
4 women 35-60 years (including 3 whites, latinos or Chinese)
8 guys 18-30 years (including 1 muscular or athletic built guy)
4 girls 18-28 years (including 1 girl with athletic build)
1 boy and 1 girl 6-10 years
Send in your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. For the pictures (and also for the casting) those above 35 years should dress as business professionals (suits,ties, blouse, skirts, corporate shoes) Those in the 18-30 years range should dress business casual while the kids should be in school uniform.
You can make more inquiry on whatsapp 0157714925
There is an acting audition tomorrow
Date: June 25th 2015
Venue: 168, OTS plaza, station bus stop, Iju, Agege road, Lagos
Tajke a bus from Agege to Ishaga, Drop at station bus stop and walk into OTS plaza
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 3:21pm On Jun 24|
There is a movie audition tomorrow
Date: June 25th 2015
Venue: Axor suites by tipper garage after Chevron, Lekki expressway Ajah, Lagos state
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 6:15am On Jun 24|
There is an audition for a new TV series
Date: June 30th 2015
Venue: NTA CHANNEL 10 Garden, Tejuosho avenue off Tejuosho street, Yaba, Lagos
Time : 10am
Contact: 08188113492 (whatsapp)
|Politics / Why Nigeria Is The Way It Is by lynx200(m): 11:00am On Jun 22|
Hi people, I got this post in one of the whatsapp groups I belong and I thought you would all like to see it. It says a lot about why Nigerians behave the way they do and you will agree with me after reading it that it is so on point. If you believe this article is too long and u can't read it then I am sorry to say that you are part of the problem.
Institutional and normative culture shapes success of a country
What about Nigeria?
If we explore the Nigerian culture through the lens of the 6-D Model©, we can get a good overview of the deep drivers of its culture relative to other world cultures.
This dimension deals with the fact that all individuals in societies are not equal – it expresses the attitude of the culture towards these inequalities amongst us. Power Distance is defined as the extent to which the less powerful members of institutions and organizations within a country expect and accept that power is distributed unequally.
Nigeria scores high on this dimension (score of 80) which means that people accept a hierarchical order in which everybody has a place and which needs no further justification. Hierarchy in an organization is seen as reflecting inherent inequalities, centralization is popular, subordinates expect to be told what to do and the ideal boss is a benevolent autocrat
The fundamental issue addressed by this dimension is the degree of interdependence a society maintains among its members. It has to do with whether people´s self-image is defined in terms of “I” or “We”. In Individualist societies people are supposed to look after themselves and their direct family only. In Collectivist societies people belong to ‘in groups’ that take care of them in exchange for loyalty.
Nigeria, with a score of 30 is considered a collectivistic society. This is manifest in a close long-term commitment to the member 'group', be that a family, extended family, or extended relationships. Loyalty in a collectivist culture is paramount, and over-rides most other societal rules and regulations. The society fosters strong relationships where everyone takes responsibility for fellow members of their group. In collectivist societies offense leads to shame and loss of face, employer/employee relationships are perceived in moral terms (like a family link), hiring and promotion decisions take account of the employee’s in-group, management is the management of groups.
A high score (Masculine) on this dimension indicates that the society will be driven by competition, achievement and success, with success being defined by the winner / best in field – a value system that starts in school and continues throughout organizational life.
A low score (Feminine) on the dimension means that the dominant values in society are caring for others and quality of life. A Feminine society is one where quality of life is the sign of success and standing out from the crowd is not admirable. The fundamental issue here is what motivates people, wanting to be the best (Masculine) or liking what you do (Feminine).
Nigeria scores 60 on this dimension and is thus a Masculine society. In Masculine countries people “live in order to work”, managers are expected to be decisive and assertive, the emphasis is on equity, competition and performance and conflicts are resolved by fighting them out.
The dimension Uncertainty Avoidance has to do with the way that a society deals with the fact that the future can never be known: should we try to control the future or just let it happen? This ambiguity brings with it anxiety and different cultures have learnt to deal with this anxiety in different ways. The extent to which the members of a culture feel threatened by ambiguous or unknown situations and have created beliefs and institutions that try to avoid these is reflected in the score on Uncertainty Avoidance.
Nigeria receives an intermediate score of 55 on this dimension, which does not show a clear preference.
Long Term Orientation
This dimension describes how every society has to maintain some links with its own past while dealing with the challenges of the present and future, and societies prioritize these two existential goals differently. Normative societies. which score low on this dimension, for example, prefer to maintain time-honored traditions and norms while viewing societal change with suspicion. Those with a culture which scores high, on the other hand, take a more pragmatic approach: they encourage thrift and efforts in modern education as a way to prepare for the future.
Nigeria scores very low (13) on this dimension, meaning that its culture is normative instead of pragmatic. People in such societies have a strong concern with establishing the absolute Truth; they are normative in their thinking. They exhibit great respect for traditions, a relatively small propensity to save for the future, and a focus on achieving quick results.
One challenge that confronts humanity, now and in the past, is the degree to which small children are socialized. Without socialization we do not become “human”. This dimension is defined as the extent to which people try to control their desires and impulses, based on the way they were raised. Relatively weak control is called “Indulgence” and relatively strong control is called “Restraint”. Cultures can, therefore, be described as Indulgent or Restrained.
With a very high score of 84, Nigerian culture is said to be one of Indulgence. People in societies classified by a high score in Indulgence generally exhibit a willingness to realise their impulses and desires with regard to enjoying life and having fun. They possess a positive attitude and have a tendency towards optimism. In addition, they place a higher degree of importance on leisure time, act as they please and spend money as they wish.
So do you guys agree with this or you have opposing views?
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 8:54pm On Jun 21|
The producers of an epic movie about to be shot from June 28th need actors/actresses. If interested email your age, email, phone and picture to firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm on Friday June 26th 2015
Shandel productions need actors for their movie "One good man" about to be shot. if interested email your name, age, location of residence, phone number and picture to email@example.com before Sunday June 28th 2015
A movie production about to start shooting in Enugu this weekend needs Igbo speaking actors/actresses. You must be ready to travel to Enugu by this weekend for the shoot. If interested send your picture and details via whatsapp to 08170062690 asap.
Warning - If interested make sure you negotiate your terms of work before you travel to Enugu as many producers have disappointed actors/actresses who did not negotiate their working terms in the past. If the guy is vague about the pay and other working conditions when you call him forget the job as it isn't worth it. Please shine your eyes
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 11:48am On Jun 21|
Sorry this is late. There is a movie audition today
Date: June 21st 2015 (today)
Venue:Gamugaza guest house, Gamugaza street, calvary bus stop off Idimu Ikotun road, Ikotun, Lagos
Time: 12 noon
Contact: 08082252902, 08067419178
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 10:59pm On Jun 16|
A major media Brand is holding a TV series audition.
Date: June 18th 2015
Venue: 3rd floor, Plot 24b, Gbemisola house, beside CLAM, Omole bus stop, Ojodu Berger, Lagos
NB: Come with your 5x7 picture
Auditions for the TV series TINSEL and AFRICA MAGIC ORIGINAL FILMS have been announced
Date: June 25th/26th 2015
Venue 1: Protea Leadway hotel ,1, Mogambo close, Maryland, Lagos. (beside Mobil filling station)
Venue 2: Protea hotel select Ikeja, Plot 2, Assibiti road, Ikeja, Lagos.
NB: Come with your 5x7 pictures
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 3:47pm On Jun 16|
Not at all. Though there are a few auditions that require that, most don't even bother about it. I will advice you to notch up some acting jobs first before you go pay for AGN membership because I havent seen what protection or benefits they have given their members apart from those holding offices
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 7:43pm On Jun 14|
IG best movies is holding a movie audition
Date: June 15th 2015
Venue: Sovitel hotel, Asaba, Delta state
A director Stanlee Ohikuare is looking for new actors and actresses for his new projects. Interested people can register (for free) at the website http://www.stanleeohikhuare.com/filmmovie-casting--audition.html so that they can be informed about the upcoming auditions.
|TV/Movies / Re: Post All TV/Movie Audition Notices Here by lynx200(m): 8:36am On Jun 13|
D'wyze 1 productions is holding a movie audition
Date: June 23rd 2015
Venue: Roppongi Karaoke lounge n bar, 12 road, 1st avenue, Festac town, Lagos
Contact: 08064714098 BBpin 2af8c194
For those of you in Kaduna, Zaria and its environs there is a movie audition by Okey Ogunjiofor
Date: June 16th and 17th 2015
Venue: Mate relaxation, 16 Wharf road, Sabon Gari, Zaria (June 16th) Kenfeli hotel, Barnawa, Kaduna (17th)
NB - Come with a 5x7 picture.
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Silveryard mediapro is holding an audition
Date : June 15th 2015
Venue: House2elders club, 2, Oniru street off Payne crescent, Apapa, Lagos
Time: 12 noon
Contact: 07033888223, 08030571021
26 Entertainment needs actors both male (35-50 years) and female (18-40 years) for a shoot, If interested call or whatsapp 08035643556
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