What is a Spotlight profile?
Spotlight connects performers with roles in theatre, television and film productions around the world. Casting professionals choose Spotlight to cast their projects because performers on Spotlight are recognised as the industry’s best.
How much does Spotlight cost per year?
An annual, 365 day membership currently costs £106 (inc. VAT). Please note that monthly direct debit is not currently available for new members, only for those renewing or reactivating existing memberships.
Do agents pay for Spotlight?
How will joining Spotlight help me to get my clients more work? Casting directors use Spotlight because it is the quickest and easiest way for them to get their latest casting or audition information onto the desks of agencies or directly to performers.
How do you get a spotlight account?
Spotlight is for professional performers, so to become a member you need to have either formal drama training to graduate level, or have had paid speaking roles in at least four professional productions (in either television, film, short films on the BAFTA short film list, theatre or character driven voice work).
What is Spotlight used for?
spotlight, device used to produce intense illumination in a well-defined area in stage, film, television, ballet, and opera production. It resembles a small searchlight but usually has shutters, an iris diaphragm, and adjustable lenses to shape the projected light.
How long does spotlight membership last?
Spotlight membership is a full year contract, but with the option to spread this over 12 payments instead of one lump sum. There are 3 payment options for renewing and reactivating members: Annual Direct Debit.
Can children join spotlight?
WHO CAN JOIN? A child can join Spotlight Children & Young Performers if they are aged 4-25 and represented by an agent or attends a full-time stage school who has registered with us.
Can you see spotlight submissions?
To check the status of your Spotlight submission, go to your Profile and tap on a submitted Snap to see its status. ‘Submitted’ means your Snap is not live in Spotlight. Head over to Spotlight to view the Snaps that are already live!
Can an agent get you on Spotlight?
Yes. Agents must always have a parent’s/guardian’s authorisation as set out in our terms. Alternatively, the agent can send you a Spotlight young performer ‘invitation’ for you to join your child online and submit directly to us.
What questions should I ask an agent before signing?
5 Questions You Should Ask a Modeling Agency Before Signing
- Questions to Ask a Modeling Agency.
- Do I Have to Attend Your Modeling School?
- A Boutique Agency or a Larger Agency?
- Who Are Some of the Agency’s Clients?
- What Types of Jobs Do You Book for Your Models?
- What Are Your Commission Rates?
What is Spotlight agency?
Spotlight is the industry’s leading casting platform, helping to connect performers, agents and casting directors. We are the go-to platform for acting jobs, auditions and casting calls for film, TV and theatre in the UK and further afield.