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Production Company Confirms Film Shoot Locations

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On Jan. 14, 2014, the United Film & Television Artists (UFTA) production team decided on the locations for shooting their film, "Casting."

THE FILM'S DP

The film's director of photography (DP) Ernesto Lasso de la Vega announced that he and UFTA have decided on shooting in Naples and Fort Myers, Fla.

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Ernesto Lasso de la Vega
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"Yes, we have been in search for the perfect locations for our film for a long time. It is not something we can just jump into.

What was perfect last year, or even last month, is not necessarly going to work for us this month, but now our new locations seem to be perfect." - Lasso de la Vega

PAST SHOOT LOCATIONS

For different reasons, the film locations' search results changed, and that is not uncommon in the entertainment business!

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Al Quinn
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UFTA PRESIDENT AL QUINN

"I have worked in 'show biz' for over half my life, and that's a long time! I'm excited to be part of creating a film as well, and yes, I will also be in it. I will portray the film's producer, how original!" - UFTA President Al Quinn

Quinn, 84, said that all the principal and supporting parts have been cast for in this film.

"Right now we are happy with where we're at with the film, and production begins soon. We have our first shoot date set for Saturday, Feb. 8."

SHOOTING A FILM

Deborah Smith Ford is a TV and film actress, celebrity lookalike, writer and author. Read more stories by Deborah Smith Ford.

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