On behalf of Mosser Casting:


Starring Oscar winner Christian Bale (The Dark Knight, The Fighter) & Harry Melling (The Queen’s Gambit). Directed by Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart, Out of the Furnace)

The Pale Blue Eye takes place in 1830 at a military academy where a veteran detective attempts to solve a series of murders with help from a cadet who will later become world famous author, Edgar Allen Poe.

Seeking Men ages 18-45 to portray Cadets and Officers. Experience with Marching or Drills is a plus so Military (former or active), Guard, Reserves, ROTC, Police, Marching Band, Dancers, Runners Etc. are encouraged to apply


  1. Filming in Pittsburgh weekdays from end of Nov–Mid-Feb. Pay is $168 for 12 hours. Expect 12hr work-days. We need Men with GREAT availability to work 10-12 days in that timespan.
  2. There will be a MANDATORY Bootcamp on 11/22 & 11/23 to learn marches & drills.
  3. Covid testing with Production will be required prior to Bootcamp, Fitting & scheduled work dates. Covid testing pays $50 when not working.
  4. MEN WILL BE EXPECTED TO LET THEIR HAIR AND SIDEBURNS GROW. Our Hair & Makeup team will trim to match the time period.  Must be willing to shave facial hair, if needed
  5. NO face, neck, chest or hand tattoos. No visible piercings.
  6. LEAN BUILDS!! Physiques were slim in the 1830s. Suit sizes 36-42 & Waists 30-36
  7. This Production of The Pale Blue Eye is committed to the safety and well-being of all team members, both in front of and behind the camera, by implementing careful health and safety protocols. In line with the film industry standard for a safe workplace for all personnel, this production will require all performing artists (including background talent) and crew members in the performance zone to be vaccinated, and to provide proof to the Health and Safety Department before their first day of work.

To Apply:

 Please send 1 Waist-up and 1 Full-length Photo to [email protected] with the subject line “CADET/OFFICER”. No Hats or sunglasses and you should be the only one in the picture.

  • Height, Weight, Suit/Chest, Neck, Sleeve, Waist, Inseam, Hat and Shoe
  • Do you have any major conflicts between late November-Mid-February? (No filming on Holidays)
  • List any experience that is relevant to Marching or Military-type drills
  • Do you play any instruments?
  • Covid Vaccine status? (This Production will require proof of Vaccination)**Please do not send your card to us when submitting. The H&S team will ask for it.
  • Do you have any tattoos? If yes, where?

Department: Health & Safety

Production Company: Netflix

Production: Rustin

Needs: We are looking for someone who is comfortable with and can take on POs, Daily Time Sheets, ordering supplies and other clerical tasks.

Start: ASAP

Wrap: Mid-December

Email: [email protected]

Leefilms is looking to fill an editor position by a student or recent grad, looking to gain valuable experience in the medium of film.

A film/video editor, proficient in Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, or similar program is wanted.

Projects currently underway are a musical documentary and a television show pilot.  Work is in person (with all safety protocols in place, including masking and distance), and some work will be remote.

Hourly rate is $10 per hour.  Please apply to Leefilms.   [email protected]

Health & Safety Covid Security
Netflix Productions, LLC

Start: 10/11/21
Wrap: 12/10/21

Local Pittsburgh, non-union
Duties: Check for badges and wristbands, help load crew into shuttle vans and make sure they use the QR Code displayed in the window, help hold off the public on a few exterior days, general Health & Safety of offering PPE and gentle reminders to follow protocols.
Send resumes to: [email protected]

One of One Entertainment, a new Hollywood-based production company, is looking for talented comedians and actors to perform in an edgy, satirical web series called “Allow Me to Translate.”

Producers and writers include Howard & Karen Baldwin (Academy Award nominated for “Ray”), Reggie Hudlin (producer of the 2021 Emmy Awards, 2016 Academy Awards, NAACP Awards;  Director – “Django Unchained,” “Marshall,” “House Party”), Kevin Michael Smith (“Pride;” “Vamp It Out”), as well as Kelly Schanes, Sam Alburger, and Will Zimmerman.

Interested performers should submit a sample of their work to [email protected].

This is a non-paying, but highly visible platform for the artists.


Allow Me to Translate is a clever, satirical, over-the-top web series that features social commentary comedy about the “hottest button issues.” Outrageous, hilarious, irreverent… no race, religion, ethnicity, gender identification, or political ideology is safe from Allow Me to Translate.

Top comedians, Chris Rock, Jamie Foxx, Marlon Wayans, Leslie Jones, Snoop Dogg, spoof a myriad of topics that are the focal point of news and society.

Local Pittsburgh comedians and actors will also perform in the brilliantly crafted and honest interpretation of what is actually being said throughout the Country and World in relation to minorities in America.

Allow Me to Translate does not just push the envelope… it rips it up into shreds.

The next great satirical web series that will have everyone talking…

Allow Me to Translate. 

On behalf of Fred Rogers Productions:

Donkey Hodie Associate Producer


Come work in Someplace Else! Fred Rogers Productions (FRP) is looking for an Associate Producer to join our Donkey Hodie team. The Full-Time staff position reports to the Supervising Producer and is based in Pittsburgh. Relocation assistance will be provided for the selected candidate, if needed.
This position is a great fit for someone who has TV/film production experience, a focused interest in creating exceptional content for kids, a passion for details and organization, an enthusiasm for big ideas, and a playful spirit. We’re looking for someone eager to grow in their production career.
This is an office job; there is no work on set. Workplace health and safety standards are of the utmost importance. This individual must be willing to follow CDC-established guidelines and company policies to prevent and limit the exposure of COVID-19.

Key Responsibilities:

Project Organization and Scheduling
• Create organizational, tracking, and filing systems for all series material working with production assistant and post-production manager.
• Create processes for and oversee upload and archive of all production material and related metadata to digital asset management system.
• Work closely with production partner to create and manage schedules for delivery and review of scripts and production elements.
• Manage schedules on FRP’s side to anticipate needs and communicate deadlines internally and externally.
• Create and manage schedule for, and delivery of, ancillary broadcast deliverables including episode descriptions, episodic images, clip requests, and funder acknowledgements.

Scripting and Production
• Manage feedback process on scripts and production elements from advisors, FRP colleagues, and PBS.
• Work with educational advisors and support curriculum development for episodes.
• Observe shoots via Zoom.
• Review and QA series packaging elements including show credits, fine cut scripts, descriptive video scripts, and final episode assemblies.
• Supervise production assistant in the execution of daily tasks.
• Provide creative input on series elements and develop critical editorial skills.

Cross-Department Coordination and Management
Manage feedback process for the review of marketing, community engagement, and licensing materials, delivery of production assets, and miscellaneous project needs. Review all material and provide notes to supervising producer for review/approval.
• As needed, manage creation of promotional assets (e.g., clips, promos, images).
• Work with FRP colleagues and production partner to schedule and plan project needs such as photo shoots, voice records, and miscellaneous requests.
• Create and maintain production updates, including various presentations, for internal and external purposes.

Required Qualifications:
• Minimum 3 years of production experience in roles such as production coordinator or associate producer
• Exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, time-management, and project-management skills – and a love for them!
• Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
• Careful attention to detail with strong editing and proofreading skills
• Proactive approach to problem solving
• Enthusiasm to learn and to mentor
• Patience, empathy, flexibility, kindness, and good humor
• Interest in or knowledge of children’s media

Preferred Experience:
• Experience providing creative input as part of a team
• Experience managing others
• Familiarity with Premiere and Photoshop

About Fred Rogers Productions:
Fred Rogers founded the company in 1971 as the non-profit producer of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood for PBS. In the years that followed, it not only created hundreds of episodes of this much-loved program but also extended Fred’s values and approach to other efforts in promoting children’s social, emotional, and behavioral health and supporting parents, caregivers, teachers, and other professionals in their work with children. Fred Rogers Productions continues to build on Fred’s legacy in innovative ways through a wide variety of media and engage new generations of children and families with his timeless wisdom. The company’s highly-rated, award-winning children’s series include Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Donkey Hodie, Alma’s Way, Peg + Cat, Odd Squad, and Through the Woods.

At Fred Rogers Productions, we believe kids come first, now, and always. We connect with them through shows that are fun, relatable, and put their social and emotional learning front and center. That’s how we’ve earned the trust of parents, caregivers, and teachers.
We bring our one-of-a-kind expertise in early childhood development to partnerships with talented creators, writers, illustrators, animators, and producers. Together, we create shows that foster a natural enthusiasm for learning and that make kids smile while they learn big life
lessons. And we are always exploring how to make the most of new ways for kids to watch and play. For more information, visit www.fredrogers.org or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Non-Discrimination Statement:
We embrace our differences and encourage employees to highlight differences in their work products and within our overall workplace. We believe that everyone has the right to work in an empathetic environment that promotes equal employment opportunities. FRP strictly prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, genetics, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, or military status in any of our operations.

EEO Statement:
Fred Rogers Productions is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions shall be based on merit, qualifications, and competence. Employment practices shall not be influenced or affected by a person’s race, color, genetics, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, military status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. This policy governs all aspects of employment, including, without limitation, recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, promotion, assignment, and dismissal. It is also our policy to provide an environment free of unlawful harassment of any kind, including, without limitation, sexual, racial, age-related, disability-related, or ethnic background-related.

Production Assistants needed for a low budget Feature Film 10/3 – 10/18.

Please send resumes to [email protected].

Note: this is an unpaid job listing.