Casting Opportunity

Spencer Films is casting for a local television commercial. Shooting is next Monday and Tuesday, November 18-19.

Shooting will only be couple of hours one one of the days, day but the time frame has not been set. Pay rate has not been announced.

If you are interested, send us your head shot and resume to Laura Richter, Spencer Films Producer, laura@spencerfilmsllc.com. Must be received before Wednesday of this week.

The following roles are being cast:
  • Surgeon 40’s-50’s Male
  • Surgeon 40’s-50’s Female
  • Male and Female 60’s plus (African American)
  • Husband and Wife Patient
  • Dr. 40’s plus professional Male
  • Dr. 40’s plus professional Female
  • 30’s plus Female (mother)
  • Late 20’s male and female (couple)
  • 40’s – 50’s professional female nurse
  • 60’s – 70’s Female patient
  • 70’s – male patient
  • Teenager (boy or girl)
  • 20’s – male nurse
  • 40’s male and female (couple)

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Film shoot recently at WAND-TV for our documentary about A. E. Staley. Thank you to our friend Sean Streaty for sharing his stories about the company. Let us know if you have one to share! With Jim Cloney, Tim Lynn, and Laura Richter. ... See MoreSee Less

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I have a story to tell about Staley"s but I live in Florida now

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Overlooking Decatur at the “Castle in the Cornfields”, with Tim Lynn, Jim Cloney, and Laura Richter, as we scout out locations for shooting our film about the life of A. E. Staley. Thank you to Tate & Lyle for giving us access to these amazing views! A. E. Staley built his state of the art office building during in 1930, during the Depression, for $1.7 million. Today that would be almost $25 million. We will have a closer look at this architectural marvel in our documentary, due for release in 2021. ... See MoreSee Less

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Loved participating in this tour. The view was breathtaking, not to mention how amazing the building is. So much history!

Love that you are doing this Julie! Can’t wait to see it all next year!

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Learn more about Mr. Staley’s life at his Florida vacation estate in our forthcoming documentary about this soybean king.He worked harder than anyone, but A. E. Staley managed to get some time away from work, finally settling in at their vacation estate in Miami, FL when he retired in 1932. It was there that Mr. Staley passed away in 1940. He had a garden full of flowers, mostly roses he proudly grew, thanks to the warmth and sunshine all year long. ... See MoreSee Less

Learn more about Mr. Staley’s life at his Florida vacation estate in our forthcoming documentary about this soybean king.

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Curious on the status of the estate now.

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