Getting famous…and being famous!

A couple of quick shout outs! 

One.  Getting Famous…
Seeking Paid EXTRAS for a new television pilot being shot DOWNTOWN starring Job Voight!
 (courtesy of the Dallas Film Commission)

Today is the final day of filming on this television project and they are casting paid EXTRAS for a special scene that takes place TODAY – Wednesday 3/31/10 in the Dallas area. The scene is an upscale oil executive office and an  upscale executive office party. Seeking the following types: Chinese and Middle Eastern Businessmen, Oil Executive types – men and women ages 35-65 with professional business attire, Oil Executive Wives – women ages 35-65 with upscale cocktail party attire. The call time is 6:00pm and extras will need to be available all day (possibly up to 12+ hours). Pay rate is $7.25/hr plus overtime after 8 hours, and a fun opportunity to get dressed up and be on television with Jon Voight.

If you are interested, please email ASAP : midland.casting@yahoo.com. Be sure to include your first & last name, phone number, a recent photo (preferably in business or cocktail attire) and which time slot you are available. Call 512-707-7934 with questions.

Two.  Being Famous…

Congratulations to Willis Winters, FAIA, assistant director for the City of Dallas Parks and Recreation Department, for being named this year’s honoree of Preservation Dallas’ Preservation Achievement Awards.  The event is scheduled for May 21 at the Kalita.  Willis is being recognized for his work as an author, tour guide, lecturer and advocate for the restoration of Dallas’ parks and landscapes.  He is also a HYPER-active AIA contributor – and all around “go-to” guy for so many of us slaving away to do good deeds here in Big D. 

Willis Winters during Main Street Garden construction

Willis, we here at DDI certainly couldn’t do it without ya’.  And with the greatest respect…much gratitude for your leadership, dedication and passion for Dallas.

(Photo cred to UnfairPark via google image)

~Kourtny

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