Dominic White is a documentary maker who needed a professional voice actor for his film. He found a male voice actor online at a rate which was more affordable than traditional agencies.
The narration was done by voice talent John Hunerlach.
The doco is going from strength to strength and being screened in front of a growing number of people.
Here’s an update on the film.
The documentary DSKNECTD is currently gearing up for the Fall festival circuit but a lot more has been going on behind the scenes. On February 15th the official Cast & Crew screening took place at Sony Pictures Plaza and gave us an opportunity to gather feedback from the first audience to see the full documentary. The response was tremendous with comments ranging from “Very thought provoking and eye-opening” to “A documentary worth watching.”
But before we could schedule the screening there were a few small tweaks that were needed in the narration — which sent us back to The Voice Realm. Recording the pick-ups was as seamless as the original session and the rate was extremely reasonable. We marked up our script with changes, uploaded it through the site and had files within the next 24 hours. We couldn’t have asked for a better process!
In the meantime, even before the film had been selected to premier at a festival, DSKNECTD caught the interest of one of the top-flight talent agencies in Los Angeles. Even more exciting there is preliminary interest at one of the major Hollywood studios! Finally on June 28 we received word that the film has been chosen as a semi-finalist in the ArcLight Documentary Festival in Hollywood. It is one of the more democratic festivals allowing the audience to select the top 5 finalist based on the number of “Likes” its trailer receives on YouTube. The campaign runs from now until July 21st.
We hope to have more exciting news related to the documentary later this summer. And we continue in our gratitude towards The Voice Realm for providing us with top-rate talent and an easy, cost effective process!
You can show your support by checking out the ArcLight Documentary Festival YouTube page and ‘LIKE’ the video.