Don Cheadle's "Miles Ahead," a film about the life and music of American jazz musician Miles Davis, is aiming to shoot entirely in the Greater Cincinnati area beginning in July.
If you'd like to see yourself on the big screen, casting directors are looking for extras and jazz musicians.
If you're a little camera shy, the film is also looking for union and nonunion crew members to work behind the scenes as well as vintage vehicles on set.
The vehicles needed:
Two Jaguar XJS from the 1970s - preferably dark green.
Taxis from the 1940 through the 1970s.
Vehicles from 1965 through 1975.
1950s Cadillac Convertible.
Those interested in submitting their vintage vehicle to be used in the film are asked to submit a picture and vehicle information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can see additional contact information on the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Film Commission's website.
Don Cheadle shooting movie in Cincy, how you can be involved
Don Cheadle to film Miles Davis biopic in Cincinnati
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