This is a documentary on the art and history of horology, with a focus on watchmaking.
We are currently casting for the Narrator role. This is an UNPAID job.
You will be required to send an audio reel of your interpretation of the dialogue provided.
"Just like how grandfather clocks were a symbol of wealth, and power, watches are a personal statement - bold, understated, colorful or plain. A lot can be told of an individual from the timepiece they choose to wear on their wrist."
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
Narration with a mature and serious tone and voice. Should be calm but spoken with intent. Narration should be fit for a documentary and retain good pacing between words and sentences. Inspired by Kurzgesagt documentaries: https://www.youtube.com/user/Kurzgesagt Successful applicants can either record the narration and send in the audio file in or come in and record (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) if they do not have their own equipment.
Anyone, aged 18 and over
- Languages: English
Applications closed 17 July 2021.