The romantic comedy “Parked for Love” is among several productions filming in Oklahoma this fall. [Zachary Burns photo]
The feature film “Parked for Love” is looking for extras for filming this week in the Oklahoma City area, as well as additional extras for lensing Oct. 25 at Robber’s Cave in Wilburton.
According to the casting bulletin, “Parked for Love” is a romantic comedy about Jackie Sinclair, a successful luxury travel writer who decides that she’s overworked, too scattered and needs some time to unwind. Her best friend, Annette, convinces her to go “glamping” in a luxury RV she’s rented at a remote state park, and the two set out on a girl’s trip that’s supposed to be all about enjoying the solitude without ever really “roughing it.” That’s when the women meet attractive park ranger Sean Davis, who loves everything nature-related. When Annette’s sister goes into labor early, Annette has to leave, forcing Jackie to stay at the campground alone for two days to wait for an RV repairman. Will Sean be able to convince Jackie that his feelings for her are real or will these two completely compatible opposites miss out on true love?
The film is written by Michael Perrone. It is directed by Christine Conradt. Chris Goodman, Boris Isaac and Christine Conradt are producing.
The film has been conditionally pre-qualified to utilize the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program, according to the Oklahoma Film + Music Office website.
Extras will be paid a guarantee of $58 for up to 8 hours of filming. Anything over 8 hours will incur overtime.
Extras will be required to attend a mouth swab test for COVID-19 at the production facility two days prior to filming. The test is a simple mouth swab and will take less than five minutes. Extras will be paid $15 for attending testing.
For more information on the casting opportunity, click here.