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Want to star in a fashion film? Here's how to apply.




Are you interested in modeling for a fashion film directed by me, DC Brandon? If so, now is your chance to get in on the action and be a part of something special.

As a model, you have the opportunity to showcase your unique style and beauty to a wider audience, and what better way to do that than by starring in a fashion film? These types of projects are a great way to showcase your skills and build your portfolio, and they can also open up new doors and opportunities in the industry.

So, if you're interested in starring in one of my fashion films, here's what you need to do:

  1. Watch some of my previous films: Before you decide to work with any director, it's important to do your due diligence and research their background and previous work. Get a sense of my particular style and vision. If it speaks to you, then great!

  2. Prepare your portfolio: A strong portfolio is essential for any model looking to break into the industry. Make sure you have a selection of high-quality photos that showcase your range and versatility as a model. I typically like to see at least 1 head shot and 1 or 2 full body shots.

  3. Reach out to me: Once you've done your research and prepared your portfolio, it's time to get in touch. Introduce yourself and explain why you're interested in working with me and what specific casting call you are interested in. You can check my latest casting calls here.

  4. Follow up: If you don't hear back right away, don't be discouraged. It's common for directors to be busy with other projects, and I am no different, so it's okay to follow up after a week or so to check on the status of your submission.

Modeling for a fashion film can be a rewarding and exciting experience, and successfully completing one project together often leads to future collaborations on short films and commercials. So don't wait – take the first step and reach out today!



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