Casting call for Costner’s Horizon movie is Friday and Saturday in Moab

Open casting call for Kevin Costner’s western film Horizon taking place in Moab on Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30.
The film, set in the American west in 1861, has roles for indigenous and non-indigenous extras, speaking roles, and horseback riders.
Interested individuals should attend the open casting call at Star Hall located at 159 East Center Street in Moab.
The casting call will be from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Photos will be taken on-site, women are encouraged not to wear false eyelashes or heavy makeup. Those at the open casting call will be measured for sizes, and full-length photos will be taken.
The film is seeking men, women, and children of all ages as extras.
The open casting call is also seeking adult men and women horseback riders.
Riders should bring a video of their riding skills viewable on a phone. Riding abilities will also be evaluated, with horses provided.
Speaking roles are available for men 25-40 years old, women 18-40 years old, and boys 10-14 years old.
Open calls take time, so people should plan accordingly.
Those interested but unable to attend can send a current photo and contact info to opencall@horizonseries4.com
According to the Utah film commission, the Horizon film is slated to spend $53 million in the Utah counties it films in, which include San Juan, Grand, Kane, Emery, and Washington counties.

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