Just a few words of support.
"(Freihofer Casting) was introduced to us through the Oklahoma Film Commission weeks before our scheduled 3-day shoot in Oklahoma City. With very little guidance from us, Chris managed to supply our shoot with professional, energetic and tireless background players for our numerous locations throughout the city.
Chris' communication was detailed and persistent with our production staff which allowed us to successfully continue to prep and shoot in our other scheduled states throughout the country. Upon our arrival to set, Chris had his background ready and standing by for a very fast and intense shooting period.
I would highly recommend Chris to any production -- he is a tireless worker with the company's interest at the forefront of his mind.
Matthew J. Birch
Production Supervisor, Elizabethtown, Paramount Pictures
I had the great pleasure of working with Chris Freihofer on a recent project “Return to Sender”, Bille August’s (Les Miserables, Smilla’s Sense of Snow, The House of Mirth, The House of the Spirits) latest feature film, part shot in Denmark and completed in Oklahoma during January, February, and March of 2004. Chris was a wonderful first contact on arrival in Tulsa. He immediately inspired confidence with his creative and interesting casting ideas, and also his organizational skills. Throughout the shoot in the U.S. the people he sent us were exactly as the script and director required, and the attendance level ran at 100 percent.
Chris is extremely likeable and brought a great energy to our project. I would use him again in a heartbeat.
Bit of a prick sometimes but you can’t have it always…
2nd Assistant Director
Return To Sender, Cold Mountain, The Hours
I wanted to express my gratitude for the MOST EXCELLENT job (Chris Freihofer) did on the casting for the NCTA film in Nashville. The cast looked GREAT. Fred (the Director) was very happy! Job well done. Thank You!
Production Manager, Epoxy Pictures, Los Angeles
Chris Friehofer is golden. He found talent from around the world in Oklahoma on a tight deadline, for a project he thought was a practical joke when I told him I needed a West African, Haitian, and Filipino voice talent by the end of the week.
Art Director, Third Degree Advertising, Oklahoma City