Alberta Mavericks

Job #1030

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Job # 1030 Alberta Mavericks

Posted Date
Jan 26, 2006 @ 17:34
Respond By
Jan 29, 2006
Word Count
0
Budget
$100
Language
English
Gender
Male
Age Range
-
Category
-

Job Description

Setting is early late 1800 and on, the settling of our province.
Rare Mavericks

Voice-Narrator : Documentary style Ken Burns as in the Jazz series
Distinquished, older.

[INTRO]
It was a new multimedia world, full of adventure and promise. A world dominated by moving images, and bold stories. A world of technical wizardry where video, motion graphics and sound met in one compelling presentation after another. And it was a Rare Method world, led by the risk-takers, the visionaries, and the ground-breakers who would define interactive media for generations to come.


[Same NARRATOR VOICE as above]
He was a man famous for his Six Guns, and there was nobody quite like him in the West. Darren Pearce wore the calm and patient stare of the fast draw, but his hands were always at the ready, poised to dive into his vest pocket and come out blazing. It was said of Pearce by all who knew him that when you needed a steady hand, he was a true artist.


[EXTRO]
As much as Rare Method is about the colourful individuals who work there, it is also about the team. A team of mavericks whose combined talents have propelled Rare Method into the lead as interactive communicators. A team that stands poised to translate the Glenbow Museum vision into an interactive experience unlike any other.



Judge:Authorative, mid fifty's

Mr. Jewett, you stand before me today accused of joining forces with a band of known outlaws. To wit, I name the Idea Machine gang, the Powerlines gang, the Media Calgary gang, and the Push gang. Never in all my years on the bench have I seen such a brazen display of disregard for traditional advertising and the old way of doing things. I find you guilty – of progress in the name of interactive marketing. And I sentence you, Roger Jewett, to 20 years of complete success.
Judge A. Burta, Court of Queen’s Bench


Mayor:

[DELIVERING FIRESIDE CHAT BY RADIO – STARTS OFF CRACKLY]
I’m sitting beside a roaring fire as I speak into this microphone, the first time any mayor has addressed the citizens of this city by radio. Just a moment…our crew is making technical adjustments [CRACKLE CHANGES TO CLEAR] There, now that’s better, isn’t it? I want to wish you all a happy and prosperous new year…

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