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Weekend casting calls set for film to be shot in Bartlesville
Rumors about the Bartlesville film project began to spread quickly after Affleck and his wife, actress Jennifer Garner, were spotted Aug. 10 in Broken Arrow's Bass Pro Shop, buying fishing supplies. The couple signed autographs and posed for photographs for store employees and customers.
Malick, who grew up in Bartlesville, has directed such films as "Badlands," "Days of Heaven" and the 1998 remake of "The Thin Red Line."
The current project held its initial casting call last weekend in Tulsa. The Bartlesville casting call will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, and from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday at the high school, located at 1700 Hillcrest Drive in Bartlesville.
The call is open to people of all ethnicities, ages 5 and up, regardless of prior acting experience.
For more information, call Freihofer Casting at 310-4391.
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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