It follows the adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson transported , by means of a demonic ritual, from 1895 to the post millennium era. There they face a continuous struggle to keep their past a secret, unravel puzzling mysteries, and all the while trying to come to terms with the peculiarities of modern day life.
The website also produces other media content relating to the literary works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This includes essays, web series, documentaries, and short films. This is a very popular website for fans of Sherlock Holmes and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and sees several thousand visitors on a daily basis. So, potential exposure is good.
I am currently casting to cast some Voice artists for background ambience for a few scenes within the the 2nd episode of Series 8.
In this episode, Sherlock Holmes and his Police Officer friend, PC Burke, are investigating a murder in a residential block. I am looking for actors to provide additional voice over work to be resident's heard in the background/coming from their apartments to help add some extra life to certain scenes.
You will receive an IMDb credit, your site of choice will be promoted on both the NPLH website and Youtube video, and you will be permitted to use the footage elsewhere should you wish. Also, bear in mind that the website has great outreach, so this is something that many people could see you in. I, of course, will give you a very glowing recommendation too.
This is not a commercial production.
Original dates (subject to change due to COVID-19)Anywhere in the world if you have a decent Microphone.
This job is unpaid - You will receive an IMDb credit, your site of choice will be promoted on both the NPLH website and Youtube video, and you will be permitted to use the footage elsewhere should you wish.
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Apartment Block Residents (Voice)
Various lines to make up background ambience noise throughout the episode. Any accent or age. Shortlisted actors will be sent the lines for recording.
Anyone, aged 18 and over
Applications closed 1 March 2020.