Female Lead Voice Over (ENG) for Japanese Movie

Job #42568

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Job # 42568 Female Lead Voice Over (ENG) for Japanese Movie

Posted Date
Sep 20, 2011 @ 06:27
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Sep 23, 2011
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Job Description

This is actually not for a movie trailer. But, it is for a movie's work-in-progress version for submission to film festivals due this week.

(There is not category for work-in-progress version of indie movies, so this one has been chosen. Work-in-progress, however, is not the final version of the film at all: it is like a teaser of the final movie, to be seen only by a handful of people at film festival offices)

We have all the lines recorded by our lead actress, but her lines cannot be used because the quality of the audio files are not good enough for use in the movie. So, we are looking for a professional voice actress who can do the voice over for her character in the work-in-progress version of the movie.

This movie is a micro-budget one, and unfortunately, we cannot pay very much.

However, we can definitely give official credit for the work, such as IMDb listing.

- The character's name is Ladymozz.

- She is a mother of the hero Mozzman. Kitakitsune is a dog friend of Mozzman, who is like another child in the family.

- Ladymozz has a brother (Uncle Mozzak), who is well-liked in the family and comes back to home once in a blue moon from fantastic galactic adventures.

- Ladymozz should sound noble and warm. She represents "motherly love".

- The delivery of the line should be a little bit slow so kids and non-English-speaking audience can hear it with ease.

- If it helps, we can let you hear the sample delivery of lines by the actress in the movie.

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