You oughta be in pictures: Open casting call for upcoming Binghamton feature movie


(Binghamton, NY) – Looking to be part of a feature film? “Stationed at Home” is filming in Binghamton from January 30 to February 17 and is looking for actors to fill five main roles.

“Stationed at Home” is a film set in Binghamton, about a solitary taxi driver on a frigid graveyard shift, breathlessly awaiting a mysterious space sighting. As the hours count down, an offbeat ensemble of misfit passengers derails the drivers plans. In this poetic, hilarious and often absurd tale, these complete strangers discover unexpected unity and a newfound understanding of their place among the stars.

Filming dates vary based on role. Acting experience is preferred but not required. All cast will be hired under the SAG moderate low agreement with rates set per SAG ($

Casting submissions should be emailed to [email protected] with the subject line “Stationed at Home Casting” and the role you they would to submit for. All submissions should include a headshot or current photo and acting resume when available.

The roles that need to be filled are:
Frank (male, any ethnicity, 50s-70s):
A disgruntled cab dispatcher, yet charming in his own way. He has a faint dream of moving to Hawaii, but he knows deep down this is just a dream. Works 2/6

The Doorman (male, any ethnicity, 50s-80s):
A short, scruffy, eccentric man who spends his time tending to a hotel. He may be unknowingly rude to his guests but balances it out with a compliment here and there. Works 2/14-2/15

Albert (male, African American, 60s-80s):
A stoic and caring grandfather, who owns an antique shop. Unafraid of anything, other than the cold. Works 2/7

Damien (male, African American, 7-11 years old).
Will need to have a child performer working permit. Production will provide the steps to acquire. Works 2/7

Hou (male, Chinese, 20s/30s, 5’8 or under preferably, slim):
Hou is a Chinese immigrant, a loner, and has recently moved to Binghamton, NY. He’s a dreamer, and finds magic in his surroundings, however imperfect they may be. Hou is neat and efficient, yet spacey and clumsy. 2/16-2/17

Filmmakers are also looking for a pre-2000 Class C Winnebago to use on January 30 and 31. It would not need to be driven by production. Paid rental and production insurance will be provided.