MUNE Agency has a vast range of experienced Supporting Artists Talent.
From Children to Adults of all ages.
No matter what your project, how big or small, we’d be happy to help.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for lookbooks today.
WHAT IS A SUPPORTING ARTIST?
A Supporting Artist (SA) are the people who make the scene authentic! You could be a Police Officer on a crime scene one day, a chicken seller on a 1920’s period drama the next, to a Party goer on a high-end Christmas campaign on another day, your days as a SA will always be different.
You’re not just part of a crowd, you’re an essential part of the story!
WHAT DO I NEED TO BE AN SA?
You will need a can-do attitude, be able to commit to early starts and long days.
You must have a DBS to be a SA, here is a link to apply - https://www.gov.uk/request-copy-criminal-record – a DBS certificate is valid for 18 months at a time.
It is extremely beneficial to have a car, early starts or late nights can be extremely common, and public transport can’t always be reliable, if you are late for a job you could be sent home without pay.
A friendly character is essential as you will meet lots of new people and make lots of new friends.
HOW LONG IS A TYPICAL FILMING DAY?
All filming days will differ. It’s common for adults to be needed for around, but not limited to, 12 hours, your booker will always try their best to give you as much information as possible, however things can always change once you’re there. We will always recommend that you keep the entire day available.
For children, these hours differ. Please see link here for child working hours - https://www.nncee.org.uk/attachments/article/212/Working%20Hour%20Limits%20-%202015.pdf
A licensed chaperone will usually be booked, therefore parents will not be permitted to stay with the child on the day of filming. We will inform you if a parent is required to stay or if there will be a licensed chaperone.