Fan Film, Fan Films

Casting Call for Twilight Music Video Fan Films

twilight fan film - bella cullen projectFan films are unauthorized tribute flicks that usually tell a short, fictional story. Song Vids are unauthorized tribute music videos that match footage from a movie or TV show to a tune. Here’s a cool project, then, that combines both concepts: Twilight tribute band The Bella Cullen Project is shooting two music videos for its songs “Safety First” and “Let It Go”—and it needs extras to be in ‘em. If you’re going to be in Washington state in early June, this might be something cool to do.

SAFETY FIRST MUSIC VIDEO (New Moon Inspired video)- 6/7/09 Saint Marcus Festival goers. Any age is acceptable. Must be able to travel to North Seattle, WA area. Must be able to wear as much red clothing as possible. Also acceptable is black clothing, cloaks, and fangs. We will also have a supply of plastic fangs for those who don’t already own them. We need everyone to look like they are celebrating the festival with their friends and family. This is the celebration of when Saint Marcus drove all of the vampires out of Volterra, Italy.
LET IT GO MUSIC VIDEO (Eclipse Inspired video) 6/6/09 Forks High School attender. Must be able to pass as a high school student. Must be able to travel to Federal Way, WA. Must be dressed for school with either a backpack or binder and books.
Each extra must sign a model release form. All roles are non-paying. If you would like to RSVP as an extra, please visit and email your contact information to be put on the list. Please list which video you are available for in the subject line. Model release form, call times, and location information will be forwarded via email.

Hailing from Arlington, TX, The Bella Cullen Project is a trio—Chandler, Ally, and Tori–who have been playing Twilight-based music since their first performance at a midnight release party of the third book in the Twilight saga, Eclipse, on August 6th, 2007. Since then, they’ve written 15 original songs and released their debut album in July, 2008. Here’s a YouTube clip of an embryonic “Let It Go”–a cute song with a chorus melody that reminds me slightly of Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn.”

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