Updated 15 April: Casting Canarias is seeking to cast male runners between 35 and 45 years of age, and surfers between 25 and 35 years of age, for an international shoot in May.  Applicants should send their full name, contact telephone and photos to info@castingcanarias.com by this Wednesday, 17 April. Those who are preselected will be called for a personal casting in Santa Cruz on 23 and 24 April.

Below are previous casting calls – please check dates in the posts because the deadlines have probably passed.

Updated 11 January: Perhaps the same international series as mentioned yesterday, but this time Casting Canaries isn’t just seeking infants for filming in March, but girls and boys between 10 and 14 years of age. Parents should send an email to info@castingcanarias.com with photos, full name, contact phone number, island of residence (can be Tenerife or Gran Canaria), date of birth, height and build, and level of English. Children preselected will be called for a precasting in person on 22 and 23 January (Tenerife).

Updated 10 January 2019: Casting Canarias is seeking to cast an infant for an international series. The child should be between three and nine months old, and be available for filming in March. Parents interested should send photos and the fulll names, contact phone number, island where they live, date of birth of the child and its height and build to info@castingcanarias.com. Parents of the children selected will be contacted by email to attend a casting in Santa Cruz on 22 and 23 January.

Updated 11 December 2018: Casting director Camilla Isola (IMDb HERE) is seeking a 17-19-year-old boy to play a part on an international film. Filming will take around 3-5 days in Tenerife, with dates to be confirmed, but the successful applicant must be able to speak English. Anyone who would like to apply (the part is a paid acting role) should send a photograph to isolacamilla@gmx.com: they will then be sent instructions on how to record a self-tape for consideration.

Source Janet Anscombe:

Lyrids meteor shower visible from tomorrow

Just a reminder that the Lyrids meteor shower will be peaking overnight tomorrow, 22 April. It’s not a spectacular shower but still usually produces some 20 meteors an hour at peak, though this year the waning moon will not help viewing. Lyrid meteors can appear...


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