Lights, camera, cows?
A new moo-vie filming in Syracuse next month is seeking big rig drivers, classic cars, and “a very special dairy cow.” Producers have shared three open calls seeking submissions from the Central New York community to be featured in the upcoming comedy movie from American High, the Hollywood-backed film studio in Liverpool, N.Y.
Here are the details:
Calling all Big Rigs
Do you want your rig to be featured in a movie? A feature film shooting in the Syracuse area is looking for (3-5) 18-Wheeler owner/operators to be part of the upcoming film. If interested, please contact the Property Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include photos of your rig.
The subject line should read: Rig Option, Film Six Movie
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Feature your classic car in a movie!
Calling all classic cars! A feature film shooting in Syracuse, NY is looking for classic convertibles from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. If you have a vehicle in pristine condition that you want to show off, please contact us at email@example.com.
Please include photos of your car.
The subject line should read: Classic Car, Film Six Movie.
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Does your bovine have what it takes to be a star? A motion picture shooting in Syracuse, NY is looking to feature a very special dairy cow. The ideal candidate will be even-tempered, and good around crowds of people. Bonus points if your cow can lay down and stand up on command. Cow must have udders.
You will have to be available to transport your cow. We will shoot the cow’s only scene on a date in September or October.
Please submit your dairy cow to the Property Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The subject line should read: Cow Option, Film Six Movie
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The production is scheduled to shoot between September and October. Submissions will not be accepted after Saturday, Sept. 7.
Details of the movie, including its cast, director and title, are being kept under wraps for the time being. The project is being referred to as “Film Six Movie,” as it will be the sixth feature film shot through American High.
American High, based in Liverpool, has shot “Big Time Adolescence,” “Holly Slept Over,” “Banana Split,” “Looks That Kill” and “Sid is Dead” over the past two years. The former A.V. Zogg Middle School (now Syracuse Studios) is used both as a film school and for shooting high school-type scenes.
American High co-founder Jeremy Garelick, meanwhile, is set to write and direct a separate high-profile project: A reboot of “Look Who’s Talking,” the 1989 movie that starred Kirstie Alley and John Travolta with Bruce Willis as the voice of a baby’s inner monologue. The film spawned two sequels and a spinoff TV series.
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