The following are the call times for HOMELAND:
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PLEASE NOTE: THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO PERSONAL CAMERAS ALLOWED ON SET, NO PHOTOS TAKEN ON SET, AND NO POSTING OF PHOTOS TO ANY SOCIAL MEDIA SITES WHATSOEVER (FACEBOOK, TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, ETC). ALL OF THESE SITES WILL BE MONITORED BY PRODUCTION. THANK YOU.
SET LOCATION #1:
Boys & Girls Club
521 W. 145th Street (btw Amsterdam & Broadway)
NY, NY 10031
SET LOCATION #2:
359 Columbus Ave (btw Columbus & CPW)
NY, NY 10024
HOLDING LOCATION #1:
Church of the Crucifixion
459 W. 149th Street
NY, NY 10031
HOLDING LOCATION #2:
Landmark on the Park
160 Central Park West
NY, NY 10024
LOCATION #1: A/B/C/D/1 Trains to 145th Street Station
LOCATION #2: C/B/M Trains to 81st Street Station
6:30AM REPORT TO SET #1: JENNIFER PERRY & LAURA SPAETH
7:30AM REPORT TO SET #1: FAITH SCORE & LILLY MORAN
CHECK IN #s 1-4
5:42AM REPORT TO HOLDING #1 (459 W. 149th)
CHECK IN #s 5-12
7AM REPORT TO HOLDING #1 (459 W. 149th)
CHECK IN #s 13, 14, 16, 20-23, 26 (kids 6-8yrs old & their parent)
7:30AM REPORT TO HOLDING #1 (459 W. 149th)
CHECK IN #s 15, 17-19, 24, 25, 27, 28 (kids 4-5 yrs old & their parent)
8AM REPORT TO HOLDING #1 (459 W. 149th)
CHECK IN #s 29-38 (NU Peds)
11AM REPORT TO HOLDING #1 (459 W. 149th)
CHECK IN #s 40-46 (Middle Eastern & American Politicians/ Statesmen)
5:42AM REPORT TO HOLDING #1 (459 W. 149th)
WE ARE SHOOTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR.
This is a weather-permit call shooting for clear skies, please show up Rain or Shine!
HAIR & MAKE-UP NOTES:
Please report hair and make-up ready, looking how you want to appear on camera.
Our storyline season starts out in late November and goes through the end of January, late fall into winter. The scenes take place in various parts of NYC ranging from Brooklyn: Marcy Projects to Bushwick to Queens to Midtown Manhattan.
The color scheme of this show tends toward the muted and subtle. Nothing too bright (NO bright or primary colors, no busy prints, avoid logos), dress your type, neighborhood and profession. We welcome character and ethnicity for neighborhood looks, go for the authentic and real. Bring both under layers and coat layers.
In terms of outerwear weight: think slightly heavier weight jackets and coats, not-too heavy wool coats, layering that can be made to look heavy weight enough with mufflers, scarves, hats and accessories. We are shooting for cold weather, December. Please dress to your type.
All layers that you bring need to be CAMERA READY. Do not stash your clothing at the bottom of a duffel bag. Clothes should arrive ironed and ready to wear.
EVERYONE MUST WEAR WINTER COATS & ACCESSORIES (HAT/ SCARF/GLOVES).
CHECK IN #s 1-8- ACS Workers/ Peds (Wear 1)
You have a City job with a pension, are civil servants in Brooklyn. Dress professionally for a day at work in December/January: layering is good: cardigans, jackets, ties to supplement your shirt layers. Fully accessorized. All must bring outer layers for exteriors suitable for our late November/early December timeline along with all the accessories to go with it. We welcome character, but want a muted palette: no bright colors, nothing too light, no prints or patterns that are too busy and might strobe on camera. Avoid wearing too much black, we’d prefer darker neutrals. That said, a little pattern here and there on a woman’s blouse might be fine.
CHECK IN #s 9-19, 26- Parents (Wear 1)
The clients here should have a Brooklyn/Queens/NYC flavor to them. Come fully dressed for exteriors appropriate for our December/January timeline, but know you will be featured without coats for interiors. You’d be dressed nicely enough to put a good face on whatever struggle you might be having with this city entity and its caseworkers. A mix of low income, blue collar, local Brooklyn/Queens/NYC flavored looks. In our very muted color range.
CHECK IN #s 20-25, 27, 28- Kids (Wear 1)
Bring December/January weight clothing (long sleeves, layers, jackets/coats, accessories) that look like typical kidswear for Brooklyn or Queens.
We welcome some color, but avoid anything too bright and vibrant. We do not use bright red, any bright or royal blue (navy is fine!), neon colors, do not want to do much white or black. Avoid anything too busy, that has trademark logos or a pattern that is too busy and might “strobe” on camera. While we have a very non-colorful color scheme on “Homeland”, some muted and classic colors would be fine.
Bring classic items: shirts, sweaters, cardigans, trousers, dresses, skirts, cute tights (avoid grey tights today as one of our principals will be wearing a pair), bring coats, boots, fleece layers. Pack a bag, bring options in case you all have purchased the same items from Old Navy, The Gap or Target! Cutie pies pictured below, but we cannot do the logos or the bright colors…
YOU MUST NOT BRING: ANY BIG TRADEMARK LOGO’D ITEMS OR CLOTHING WITH ORIGINAL ART AND TV/MOVIE/CARTOON CHARACTERS on your clothing. Small discreet logos are fine. You may not be wearing your coats, but they need to be in evidence as you would have come from the outside.
CHECK IN #s 29-38- NU Peds (Wear 1)
This is a mix of business/casual Pedestrians in the Upper West Side. Business folks in suits & office appropriate attire. Casual attire should be nice & well put together. You must bring jackets, coats, clothing, footwear and accessories (bags, hats, scarves, mufflers) suitable for December/ January. Day scene, winter season.
CHECK IN #s 40-46
Middle Eastern/ Arab Men-
-A nice suit in either dark charcoal, navy, or grey with conservative dress shirts and tie options. -Black or brown shoe with matching belt.
-Both a light color( white, cream khaki) and dark color pant to wear under robes.
Everyone spoke with wardrobe directly regarding what to wear.
Please be professional and get to set at your designated call time. Make sure you check in with the PA in holding BEFORE you go get breakfast or go to wardrobe. Please make sure the PA checks off your name and check-in# and gives you a voucher before you step away.
Any questions or problems, text Marjie- 646-820-4557
ALL MINORS MUST HAVE A VALID WORK PERMIT & TRUST ACCOUNT. YOU MUST BRING COPIES OF THE WORK PERMIT THAT YOU CAN LEAVE WITH PRODUCTION. MAKE SURE YOU BRING PROPER ID FOR YOUR CHILD AS WELL.
All minors must have the following ID in order to work- Either a US Passport by itself, OR a Report Card or Medical Record PAIRED WITH a Social Security Card or Birth Certificate.
Everyone must bring valid, unexpired ID to fill out the I-9 on the voucher you will be given on set. You cannot work without presenting identification. For lists of acceptable documentation visit: http://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents/list-documents
Everyone must bring valid, unexpired ID to fill out the I-9 on the voucher you will be given on set. You cannot work without presenting identification.
IF YOU HAVE A VISA, RESTRICTED SSN CARD, OR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION CARD OF ANY KIND, YOU MUST CONTACT SABEL- 646-801-2734 IMMEDIATELY.
For lists of acceptable documentation visit:
A) an unexpired US Passport or US Passport Card, Permanent Resident Card, or an unrestricted Employment Authorization Card that contains a photograph
B) unexpired US state-issued driver's license, US federal or state government-issued photo ID, or, for minors, a medical record or report card
C) an unrestricted U.S. Social Security account number card or US-issued birth certificate
If you have any one of the options under A), that is all you need to bring. If you don't have an A)document, you must bring BOTH one B) and one C) document.
ALL MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN AND MUST HAVE COPIES OF A VALID NY CHILD PERFORMER WORK PERMIT & TRUST ACCOUNT TO GIVE TO PRODUCTION!!
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
* What do I wear to set? You must wear/bring whatever clothing was instructed.
* What do I bring to set? You need to bring a pen to fill out your paperwork, as well as valid ID: EITHER a valid US Passport or Permanent Resident Card OR a drivers license WITH unrestricted social security card. Everyone must be 18 or older. You must also bring any wardrobe instructed.
* What if the call times are not posted at the designated time? This means production does not have the full info to give you yet. Please be patient, and check back later.
* How long will I be on set? Films and television shows usually shoot for 12-14 hours per day.
* What do I get paid? Non Union rate is $121/10.