Weekend casting calls set for film to be shot in Bartlesville

Weekend casting calls set for film to be shot in Bartlesville
BY GENE TRIPLETT Modified: August 26, 2010 at 6:17 am •  Published: August 26, 2010
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Open casting calls for actors and extras will be held Saturday and Sunday at Bartlesville High School for a movie being developed for filming in Bartlesville, according to a news release issued this week by Norman-based Freihofer Casting.

"With the support of the Oklahoma Film and Music Office, Freihofer Casting is conducting additional open casting calls for actors and extras to be considered for speaking and nonspeaking roles in an upcoming family oriented Hollywood romantic drama to be filmed in Oklahoma," casting director Chris Freihofer said in the release.

Film office director Jill Simpson would not confirm recent reports that a movie directed by former Bartlesville resident Terrence Malick and starring Ben Affleck, Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams would be filmed in Bartlesville. Local officials also have declined to comment on the reports.

"Well, we're scouting a number of films right now and there is a major film slotted for September in the Bartlesville area, and one for October in the Oklahoma City metro, and these are high-quality productions and there's casting going on and they are coming in, but that's about all I can say," Simpson told The Oklahoman on Wednesday.



Well, we're scouting a number of films right now and there is a major film slotted for September in the Bartlesville area, and one for October in the Oklahoma City metro, and these are high-quality productions and there's casting going on and they are coming in, but that's about all I can say."

Film office director Jill Simpson

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