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The CastandHire Network

The CastandHire Network

CastandHire is an Irish production platform focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of film crew and actors who are passionate about making film.

Previously known as Ireland Actors’ Guide. IAG was built in 2011 to help actors advance their careers through casting workshops, showcase events, and online exposure. After a major overhaul, CastandHire has now been redesigned to connect, empower and inspire all creators within the industry.

Our goal is to help you grow and thrive; We focus on creating valuable content through high end collaborations, masterclasses, strategies, tools, and techniques to help you move forward in your career.

We are working in collaboration with industry experts to bring you a series of comprehensive Masterclasses, aiming to inspire and empower both up-and-coming and established filmmakers looking to upskill or expand into new fields. 

All and any profits generated within the CastandHire Network will go directly back to our members in the form of production funding. Through this, we aim to encourage creativity and collaboration within the community; Ultimately, helping you to expand your network, while getting the exposure to push your creative career forward.

A WEBSITE BY FILMMAKERS, FOR FILMMAKERS. TAKING CONTROL!
As a freelancer, whether you’re an actor or crew member it’s not always easy to sustain yourself while pursuing a career in film, and there will always be companies who try to take advantage of this. For us, allowing filmmakers to take control means creating a platform by filmmakers, for filmmakers. The website belongs to our members, and the CastandHire Members' Club is a place where support is given and suggestions can be made on getting more from this resource. We’re here to support you, so just let us know what you need.

So jump in and take control. Help us help you create magic - we’re ready!

>> Join the community

 

 

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