Get to know your Casting Workbook Account – Part 2

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It’s time for more tips and tricks when it comes to your Casting Workbook account. This round, we talk user experience, film schools and putting your account on hold. Want us to cover something specific? We’d love to hear it! Tweet, Facebook or give us a call at (888) 794-CAST.


broswerViewing and Operating

The best way to view and operate your Casting Workbook account is to use a laptop or desktop computer with full version browser. Currently, some mobile browsers may not display our web pages properly.


screen-shot-2016-09-23-at-3-23-59-pmFilm Schools

Film schools can apply for temporary access to Casting Workbook which allows students to post breakdowns and audition actors for their student film projects. This gives new and established actors the opportunity to add scenes to their demo reel and to work with aspiring filmmakers.
To view and submit to student film acting opportunities, click on “Breakdowns” then “Film/TV” and look for “Film School” in the media column.


screen-shot-2016-09-23-at-3-26-19-pmPutting Your Account on Hold

We get it. Sometimes, situations change. Whether you’re moving out of the country or just taking a hiatus, actors who won’t be using their account for 3+ months can put their account “on hold.” This will make your account inactive and any time remaining can be put towards future use. Note: while your account is “on hold” you or your agent (if you’re represented) cannot submit to projects.


And that’s a wrap! Hopefully, you got to know your Casting Workbook account a little bit better. Be sure to check back next time for more helpful hints. Still stuck? Browse our tutorial videos under “Help” once you’ve logged in to your account. See you next time!




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