Narrator for Lego

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Narrator for Lego 
We are looking for a voice over male actor to record a 2 minute script for a web case study project that will be submitted to an award show. This particular case study is about Lego toys. If selected please be in NYC and available to record the final cut in the early week of April 4th.

Overall tone should be uplifting and bright.

Part needed for VO is NARRATOR 
2016-03-30 21:15:28 GMT
2016-03-30 19:24:32 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 300
Via Internet: Cannes Film site
English - USA and Canada
Young Adult Male AND Middle Age Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
Not defined
This is a non-union project

Script Details

NARRATOR: Lego has long been a champion of imagination - believing that all children are born creative geniuses. And only a pile of bricks away from unlocking it.

But while we all may start as young artists- research shows that by the age of 25, only 2% retain the creativity they had as a 3-year-old.

NARRATOR: So in order to find a way forward- we took a look back. And this ad from 1981 became our brief:

NARRATOR: to inspire 25MM moms to get their kids to build not what’s in the instructions, but whatever lives in their minds. -and get a new generation to reverse the decline of creativity.

NARRATOR: To do so, we simply asked them to build us...a Kronkiwongi.

NATURAL SOUNDS: bricks pouring, giggles

- a word invented by the mum of our client who had been inspired by that very same ad in 1981.

NARRATOR: But what's a Kronkiwongi, you ask?
(include Aussie boy’s “Hmmm” at the end”

French blonde boy: “Kronkiwongi is a very strange word”

British blonde boy: “That type of word I think it’s like...

American brunette boy: (as if finishing the sentence above) “A Kissing spaceship”

American girl: “It’s like half-dog half-bunny” (giggle)

Aussie boy: “maybe like this” with his sound effects
Polish girl: “It could be a giraffe... or a robot.”
Asian-American girl: “A cow that goes MOOOOOOOOO”

Aussie boy: “I’m thinking and I’m building it while I think.”

Asian-American girl: “Ooo! I think I made a body.”

UK boy:”It’s just so I can get my ideas out and see what they look like, in bricks.”

NARRATOR: No actors, no scripts, no rules. Kronkiwongis as unique as kids themselves.

NARRATOR: Kids from 8 countries took on the Kronkiwongi challenge.

Italian boy: “He has 5 mouths. Uno, due, tre, quatro, cinque”

Aussie boy: “It’s a year beast!”

German boy: my kronkiwongis protect the animals of the whole world.

UK boy: It would have a memory joke, and would tell 2 of the funniest jokes in the world.

Asian American girl: “I’d make this potion bottle for everyone to get better. And then you drink it and you get better! Yeah”

NARRATOR: The videos were delivered to 24 million mums across 15 countries on their mobile phones through Facebook, resulting in 37M views.

NARRATOR: Kids from every corner of the world built their own Kronkiwongis.

NARRATOR: Lego even created Kronkiwongi sets.

NARRATOR: Imagination indeed triumphed

NARRATOR: The campaign saw significant uplifts in all measured markets, including a 39pt increase in ad recall in Germany, a 7pt increase in association to imagination in the UK and 21pt increase in Australia.

NARRATOR: Lego’s mission to inspire the builders of tomorrow inspired an ad in 1981 which inspired a Danish mum to invent a word which inspired her son to work for Lego which inspired this campaign which inspired a product. (exaggerated, like “I know an old lady who swallowed a fly” style)

“This is my Kronkiwongi.”
“This is my Kronkiwongi”
“This is my Kronkiwongi”

AUSSIE BOY: “Ohhhh... I love that name. 
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