Narrator for Multi Video Animation Series ZD1848892
Bellevue, Washington based studio is creating 6 animated videos for a large Seattle based Corporation. There are six videos running approximately 1:30 each. Video topics focus on Emergency Preparedness, and instruct company employees on what to do in the event of an emergency. We are looking for a strong female voice talent to bring these videos to life. The read must sound authoritative but still be able to nuance the humor that is in the script. If cast, work will begin in early March.
2017-01-16 22:38:12 GMT
2017-02-01 08:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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The Voice Actor should be located in:
Flexible Price - USD 800 to USD 900
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
English - USA and Canada
Young Adult Female OR Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
This is a non-union project
<Visuals depict two characters (good bean and bad bean). Bad bean continually does the wrong thing and ends up getting hurt in numerous funny ways (ex: a bowling ball falls on his head). Good bean does what he's supposed to do. In the style of "Goofus and Gallant" with "Looney Tunes" style animated mayhem.>
(Announcer) Pop quiz: You’re sitting at your desk, joyfully working away, when suddenly… Earthquake! What do you do? The answer: Stop, Drop, Cover and Hold. Stop. Because running is the most common cause of injury during a quake. <bad bean runs around in a panic and objects fall on him> Don’t be that bean. Drop and Cover. Get under a table. Protect yourself from falling stuff. <bad bean gets pounded by a bowling ball, that for some reason was on a high shelf> Falling stuff hurts. Hold. Whatever you are under, hold on to your overhead protection until the shaking stops. <bad bean doesn't hold on, the table he's under bounces away from him and more stuff falls on him> Again, falling stuff hurts. After the shaking stops, come out of your shelter slowly. Stay inside unless directed to evacuate. Report your status to your manager or Floor Warden immediately, and stay alert for aftershocks and tsunami warnings. <good bean does all these things> So, to recap: Stop, Drop, Cover and Hold. Otherwise bad things can happen. Baad things. <bad bean panics and gets hurt again> Don’t be that bean. For more preparedness information, go to the Hub and search “Safety First”. (Read very fast, like a legal disclaimer) A message from the good people on the Safety First Team, who would very much like to see you safe and prepared.
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