Domestic Justice Reality TV Show to Hold Second Casting Call at Stautzenberger Institute
By: Mark Winter
DETROIT, January 6, 2010–S3 Entertainment Group (S3), the largest feature film and episodic television production company in Michigan, is holding its second open casting call for the new reality-based judicial television show Domestic Justice on Saturday, January 8, 2011, from 9 am to 2 pm.
The Domestic Justice casting call will be held at SI/S3 Studios located at 16630 Southfield Road in Allen Park, Michigan (Entrance 5). S3 and Stautzenberger Institute (SI) jointly operate the studios. Recurring roles being cast include the Bailiff, Court Clerk and Commentator.
Those who plan to attend should bring a valid driver’s license, headshot and film or acting resume to be considered. As an added service for those who want to attend but do not have a headshot, a professional photographer will be on-site to provide individuals with a new headshot for a nominal fee. Admissions Advisors representing the FIT Film Industry Training program will also be on-hand to answer questions and take enrollments.
Roger Kidd, Stautzenberger Institute’s vice president Business Development, said, “Our relationship with S3 continues to grow and is generating a lot of positive attention not only for Stautzenberger, but also for Allen Park and for Michigan. It all began with SI becoming the exclusive provider of the FIT Film Industry Training curriculum, continued with the relocation of S3 Studios (now SI/S3 Studios), and now these casting calls for the shows they are producing.”
“Domestic Justice presents an interesting and exciting way for willing participants to get their real life domestic issues resolved by a real judge on a unique reality-based judicial show, as well as represents one more positive sign that the Michigan Film Incentive is, in fact, working by creating jobs, putting Michigan residents to work and contributing to the Michigan’s economy,” said Jeff Spilman, managing partner of S3 and the show’s executive producer.
For more information on the Domestic Justice casting call, please visit www.domesticjustice.tv.
About Stautzenberger Institute
The Stautzenberger Institute is a nationally accredited provider of occupation education. Stautzenberger Institute takes pride in being able to offer students a variety of industry classes with the advantage of real world training from professionals in the fields of massage therapy, personal fitness, medical technologies and entertainment. For more information, please visit www.sitoday.com.
Domestic Justice is a reality-based judicial TV show that showcases individuals who are embroiled in real life drama and seeking common sense solutions. This witty, informative and entertaining show will educate and enlighten viewers and litigants about different techniques to solve emotionally charged social problems they are encountering. Recommendations will be announced after the show that can be used to resolve the current domestic issue presented. The goal of the show is to offer positive decision-making and coping skills to prevent future escalation of these issues in a vibrant, lively and entertaining forum. Judge Vonda Evans, co-host of UB the Judge Radio Show and local area judge, will use her extensive legal and personal experiences in a witty and straightforward attempt to recommend a common sense resolution to end the discord between the parties. For more information on the Domestic Justice show and casting call, please visit
www.domesticjustice.tv. Follow Domestic Justice on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Domestic-Justice/158856437493439.
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