Exciting charity short film needs voice over talent
I'm looking for a voice over artist to complete the short film Forever Strangers in an Over the fence commission.
Forever Strangers is a student project produced at Ravensbourne University as a charity production to raise awareness and money for several issues and charities, including homelessness and londoners attitudes towards each other.
The film has just been picked by the UKs largest charity for the homeless and over the next couple of months will be heavily promoted, with a number of VIP screenings (including a screening for the mayor of london) and press coverage.
The film is also being considered to be used as the main promotional material for a high profile homeless champagne that the government has been developing.
The trailer for the film can be seen here:
We are looking for a talented and professional male voice over artist to record the voice over for this moving project. We are looking for someone whose voice sounds elderly (not overly) and experienced and can inject sense of drama and a mood of reflection to the piece.
The voice over script is 2-3 pages long.
If you would like to apply please record yourself delving these lines:
Should I do this? Can I do this?
I have to do it. Iíve put this off for too long.
Todayís the day.
There are 7.5 million people living in London.
There are 13 different ethnic groups and nine different major religions.
At any given time there are nearly 12,000 people per square mile.
7.5 million people ignoring each other
And I am as guilty as all of them.
Please send the recording to email@example.com
Due to the nature of the production (funded by students/charity production) we can not afford to pay for the picture but would love to have your support and will credit you in the production, on the films website and any press and publicity material appropriate.
I hope you all will agree this is a very promising film for a very good cause.