Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Wilmington Regional Film Commission (WRFC)?
What is the function of the Wilmington Regional Film Commission?
Secondarily, the WRFC assists productions while on-location in the Wilmington region by consulting on permitting, permissions, locations, local information, and more.
Finally, the WRFC supports the production infrastructure in the Wilmington region, including crewmembers and companies that provide goods and services to the production industry. This base of experienced crew and companies is an essential part of Wilmington’s success as a filming destination, and the WRFC markets these valuable assets a variety of ways.
Contrary to what many people believe, the WRFC is not involved in any actual film or TV production. It does not secure financing for projects or handle employment or internship opportunities for production companies. The WRFC strives to support the film industry and film community in the Wilmington area while pursuing its ultimate goal of driving economic development in the area.
What productions are currently filming in the Wilmington area?
Why doesn't the WRFC always announce or list contact information for local productions?
How can I get a job on a local production with no experience?
How can I get an internship on a local production?
How can I get a job as an actor?
The WRFC does not hire or recommend actors or extras in any way. Please do not send your photos to us. Any photos received by the WRFC will not be reviewed or returned.
How can I become an "extra"?
If you are interested in being an Extra in local productions, please contact any of the companies listed:
*TABOMA CASTING NC
Emily Young Keeley and Melissa Thompson
AB EXTRA CASTING
Website: www.extrassignup.com to register to work as an extra
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ashli-Bogart-Extras-Casting/ [show]