MysticArt Pictures has a rich, decades-long history of discovering and cultivating talent for every genre. From scripted television to unscripted television, our team has fueled over 10,000 hours of content with some of the world’s most recognizable faces in entertainment.
Every new project at MysticArt Pictures has the benefit of our growing database of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide, which is tied to a talent tracking system that features people from all walks of life, from families to experts to unique personalities, for new concepts and fresh show ideas. Our state of the art technology allows producers and networks to view casting selects and make choices for projects anywhere in the world.
Our wheelhouse encompasses a broad variety of formats including docu-series, game shows, celebrity and expert-driven, competition, transformational, lifestyle, kids, renovation, social experiment, and scripted. MysticArt has produced engaging talent for sizzles, presentations, pilots, and series for every major broadcast and cable network.
Watch our below casting reel to learn more.
MysticArt Pictures’s digital division is at the forefront of providing new, innovative opportunities and platforms for talent to star in and collaborate on unique content. With our decades-long background collaborating with some of the industry’s most influential producers and directors and our work with some of the most recognizable faces in entertainment, our team is helping both celebrity and up-and-coming talent cross genres and fields in the evolving digital landscape.
Clients include Buzzfeed, Youtube, PopSugar, and Machinima.
Below you will find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions when visiting our website and applying for one of our shows. If you do not see your question below, visit our Contact Us page.
How do I apply for a show?
In order to apply for one of our shows, you must first create a profile on our website. Click on "Log In" above and follow the instructions to create a new account. Once you have created your profile, you will be able to scroll down your profile page to the available applications. Click on the show you would like to apply for and follow the instructions on the screen to complete your application. Note: A user profile is NOT an application- it is simply the general information required for each show. You must fill out an actual application to be considered for a show.
I completed my online application for a show--what's next?
Once you submit an application, our talent team will review your application. If they would like to reach out for the show you applied for or one they feel you may be interested in, they will give you a call or send you an email. If you don’t receive a call right away, don’t worry! It can take some time to cast a show.
I don't think I was selected for a show's current season. Can I apply again for the next season?
Will you call me if you do not decide to cast me in this a show I have applied for?
Unfortunately, we are unable to call those with whom we have not moved forward.
Can I edit an application for a show?
Yes you can! Click on “Log In” above and log in to your profile. Once you are logged in, scroll down to see the applications you have started or completed. Click “Edit” under the show logo for the application you would like to edit and make your changes. Once you have finished, click Submit
I am having trouble with the website. Certain pictures are not loading and I cannot click links or navigate the casting page. What's wrong?
Our site functions better in certain internet browsers than others. Try using our site in Google Chrome, Safari, or Firefox. If you are still experiencing problems, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I apply for a show by calling MysticArt?
While we love speaking with our fans and potential contestants, you must complete an online application to be considered for our shows.
I met with the casting producers for an audition. What's next?
The audition is only one step in the process. Having an on-camera audition does not mean you will definitely be cast in the show. After your audition, the show producers review the audition tapes and decide with which candidates they wish to move forward. If they choose to move you on in the process, production will give you a call! Production does not call either way--only those they wish to move on to the next step. MysticArt does not know the status of your application after it has been given to the production team.
I'm under 18 years of age. May I apply for a show?
If you are 18 years of age, you must work with your parent or legal guardian to create a profile under their name with their age. You must then complete an application under your parent/legal guardian’s supervision. Our casting team will reach out to your parent/legal guardian in regards to any further information or audition for the show.
I saw an interesting show on your television projects page and I want to apply, but I do not see it on the "Now Casting" page. Can I still apply for that show?
All shows for which we are currently accepting applications will appear on the "Now Casting" page. We recommend at least creating a profile so you may receive notifications when we begin casting for a show!
Will you have an open casting call in a city near me?
All open casting calls will be advertised on our website. We are unable to guarantee our open calls will be close to your hometown.
I do not live in Los Angeles, California. May I still apply for a show?
We cast nationwide. However, please be aware that if you are invited to audition in our studios, you must provide your own transportation and lodging.
I am not able to upload a picture to my profile on your website. Help!
If you are having difficulty uploading a photo, please confirm the file you would like to use is a JPG and not too large.
How do I sign my application online?
When you finish an application, it will take you to the confirmation page for you to review your application before clicking Submit. At the bottom of the page is a checkbox that you must click as your online signature. If you are asked to come in for an audition, you will also sign a hard copy of the release in our office at that time.