The Presidency and Popular Culture ZD1356054
This project is an update to a film that is currently running in the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. It explores how the American presidency has been portrayed on film and television. The narration was originally recorded by Roy Scheider but since he has passed away we need a new narrator. We are looking for a man, middle aged, who can bring both thoughtfulness and warmth to the read. The hire will be a buyout.
2016-09-28 17:59:11 GMT
2016-10-05 18:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 20 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 21 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
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President: Today we celebrate our Independence Day Truman:… no right…
Narrator: THE PRESIDENT IS AMERICA’S FAVORITE LEADING MAN. .. AND WOMAN. President: …to declare a state…
HE IS PORTRAYED AS A HERO…
A CRUSADER FOR AMERICAN IDEALS…
Jones: …an option I won’t consider.”
AND AS A VISIONARY FOR OUR FUTURE.
WE’VE EVEN SEEN HIM AS A REGULAR GUY IN LOVE.
SINCE THE BEGINNING, HOLLYWOOD HAS GIVEN THE PRESIDENCY A PROMINENT ROLE ON THE BIG AND SMALL SCREEN. DIRECTOR D.W. GRIFFITH WAS THE FIRST TO SHOW PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN, HERE TEARFULLY SIGNING THE ORDER TO DEPLOY TROOPS IN THE CIVIL WAR.
LINCOLN IS ONE OF THE SILVER SCREEN’S MORE POPULAR HEROES.
Lincoln SOT: “…until we cure ourselves of slavery and end this pestilential war. If any of you or anyone else knows it, I know I need this. This amendment is that cure!
FILMS ABOUT THE PRESIDENCY CAN PROVIDE A LESSON IN HISTORY. BUCCANEER GAVE US AN HEROIC IF ROMANTICIZED VERSION OF ANDREW JACKSON DURING THE WAR OF 1812. Jackson SOT: “…I’ll count 40 seconds before firing. Major: Every forty seconds the British are closer by two yards. Jackson: I’ll count forty seconds, major.
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