Filmakers seeking "student" extras for movie being shot on WSU campus

Actress Vera Farmiga gets a little touchup on her makeup before shooting a scene in Pullman on the campus of Washington State University. - LEWISTON TRIBUNE
Lewiston Tribune
Actress Vera Farmiga gets a little touchup on her makeup before shooting a scene in Pullman on the campus of Washington State University.

If you're between the ages of 18 and 28 you fit the bill for a role as an extra in the movie "Admissions" being filmed at Washington State University.

About 250 extras are needed to play college students in a scene being shot Tuesday, Aug. 7 on campus. The extras will be filmed running out of a dorm and down several sidewalks, said Marc Dahlstrom, the movie's line producer.

People interested in being extras can email nxnwextras@gmail.com.

“Admissions” is a romance starring Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga. It's about two adults taking their kids on a college admissions tour when they unexpectedly find love.  A film crew from Spokane-based North by Northwest Productions is shooting footage on campus this week.

Most of the film is being shot outside on the older part of campus, according to a story in the Lewiston Tribune. On Monday film crews from North By Northwest Productions in Spokane were working around the Entrance Arch; Honors, Murrow and Bryan halls; Thompson Hall; and the walkways between them. Planned renovation at the Hillside Cafe on campus was put off so the location could be used for the movie.

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