So what do you do when you can’t make an audition, and when you’re prohibited from showing up to a casting room? In the old days, actors would have to track down the contact information of a casting director so that they could first find out of the CD would accept a remote audition.
The problem with this system is that sometimes, the contact info for the casting director isn’t listed on the breakdowns, and often actors are forced to call the casting facility where the auditions are taking place to investigate. If and when the actor does track down the contact info of the CD, they then have to convert their remote audition to a YouTube or Vimeo link after they’ve recorded their audition.
Because this process is very time consuming, WiredCasting has created a very efficient and automatic way for actors to submit to remote auditions online. Through WiredCasting, actors can now log onto a website where they’ll have the assurance that every project they submit to is accepting remote auditions. Next, they can automatically upload their auditions through the WiredCasting platform, and the audition is automatically converted to YouTube/Vimeo format, and sent to the filmmaker.
In this busy world, we realize that it’s not always possible to show up to the casting room if you have another commitment and that’s why new efficient remote auditioning platforms are now emerging on the web. For more information, check out WiredCasting.com to start auditioning remotely now.