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Hellfire Club Studio is accepting video submissions for Vampires: Rise of the Fallen to begin filming in April.

"Michelle is a typical high school student until one night she is bitten by a strange animal while running in the woods. Her best friend tries to help her understand the changes she's going through, as she becomes a Vampire. Challenged by immortality and hunted by a group obsessed with fulfilling a prophecy about the end times, Michelle finds solace in a brood of Vampires whom she can't figure out if they are trying to help her or kill her. The fight is on! Will it be Immortality or Humanity? Tonight the destiny of one of these races will change forever."

Sexy Cradle Carry the Sexier in The Pool

Image by Mikeyloveswomen via Flickr

Open calls for casting of the Bad Girls Club, an Oxygen Channel series, this Saturday  in Atlanta, Birmingham, San Francisco, and Washington DC.

  • You must be 21 years old or older.
  • Be a self proclaimed "Bad Girl".
  • Bring photo, contact information, and identification to casting call.

Saturday, October 29th: 

  • Atlanta: 10:30 am-5:30 pm, 5 Seasons Westside, 1000 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Birmingham: 10:00 am-5:00 pm, Brunswick Riverview Lanes, 2908 Riverview Road, Birmingham, Alabama
  • San Francisco: 10:00 am-5:00 pm, The Cellar, 685 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California
  • Washington DC: 10:00 am-5:00 pm, Club Heaven and Hell, 2327 18th Street Northwest, Washington DC

Aerial view of Ocean City, Maryland, USA. View...

Ocean City, Maryland (Public Domain Image via Wikipedia)

Director Matthew Porterfield is looking for extras for his new feature length film, I Used To Be Darker, being shot in Ocean City, Maryland.

Synopsis: When Taryn, a Northern Irish runaway, finds herself pregnant in Ocean City, MD, she seeks refuge with American relatives in Baltimore. 

Extras Needed:
  • Sunday, September 11th - Families, All ages, for an arcade scene.
  • Monday, September 12th - All ages, dressed in everyday street clothes, as passengers on a bus
  • Tuesday, September 13 th - Partygoers, Teens-20s.

TV on the Radio

TV On The Radio (Image by Jason Persse via Flickr)

Virgin Mobile Freefest is based on the premise of giving back to the community.  Though it is basically a free music festival they do take donations and accept volunteer work.  In the past two years they have raised $300,000 for youth homelessness, had 55,000 hours of volunteer time, and created 10,000 outreach kits.  Donations help secure outreach services and shelter for homeless youth through their RE*Generation program.

As of this writing all of the free tickets are free'd out but there are still a couple of ways to get them.  One is to be a volunteer.  Virgin Mobile has partnered with homeless youth organizations across the country that need your support.  The other way is to purchase a Fan E-Pak.  This includes a ticket, a donation to youth homelessness,  a limited edition festival t-shirt, early admission to the festival, and a souvenir cup that comes with a $1 discount on domestic draft beer  and fountain sodas at the festival.

  • The Black Keys
  • Deadmau5
  • Tv On The Radio
  • Cee Lo Green
  • James Murphy
  • Cut Copy
  • Big Sean
  • Patti Smith
  • Okkervil River
  • Empire Of The Sun
  • Calvin Harris
  • !!!
  • Ghostland Observatory
  • Grace Potter And The Nocturnals
  • Porter Robinson
  • Two Door Cinema Club
  • Eclectic Method
  • Bombay Bicycle Club
  • Alberta Cross
  • Teddybears

Saturday, August 6

Charlotte, North Carolina
10am-6pm Planet Fitness. 10215-B University City Blvd.

Landover, Maryland
 10am-6pm  Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex,  8001 Sheriff Road

Atlanta, Georgia
 9am-5pm  Hard Rock Cafe, 215 Peachtree Street Northeast
16 mm film reel

Image by Holger.Ellgaard via Wikipedia

The Maryland International Film Festival scheduled for October 13th through 16th is continuing to accept entries.  The late deadline is July 25th and the Withoutabox deadline is August 5th.

The festival will be held in Hagerstown, Maryland and will include the following categories:
  • Feature Film
  • Documentary
  • Student Film
  • Short Film
  • Animation

For information on submitting your film:
Fesival Website:

Game Change a movie about the McCain/Palin bid for the White House with Woody Harrelson, Juliana Moore, and Ed Harris is seeking extras.

Bring photo and contact information.

Saturday, May 14th
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Stevenson University - Inscape Theatre
1525 Greenspring Valley Rd.
Stevenson, MD 21153-0641


Maryland Film Festival: May 5-8

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It's time for the 13th annual Maryland Film Festival!  Hosted at the Charles Theatre in Baltimore, this festival will show around 50 feature films and 75 short films of every genre.  One of those feature films will be chosen and hosted by John Waters, best known as the writer/director of films like Hairspray and Cry Baby.  Musicians Ian MacKaye, Branford Marsalis, Will Oldham, Jonathan Richman, and Bill Callahan will also be selecting their favorite films from this year's submissions to host.

For a full schedule of events, visit:

To find about about how you can help out at the festival, check out the volunteer info here: