3 Female Voice Over Artists Required For Artist's Film
12th January 2011
Ages: approx. 25, 40 & 70
Length: approx. 10 minutes per speaker.
Voice Description: English speakers whose native tongue is Portuguese.
English speakers whose native tongue is Portuguese.
Shortlisted artists will be invited for a casting on Monday 24 January. It will take approximately 20 minutes. We regret that travel costs can not be reimbursed.
Selected artists will return the following day for recording.
Casting and recording will be at Picture This (address below)
To apply please send:
- CV with full contact details
- CD or weblink to examples of previous work
- Availability for 24 and 25 January
40 Sydney Row
Or email to Jane Porter (see link on the right)
Closing date: 5pm Wednesday 19 January 2010
Information about the artist film:
Foreword to Guns for Banta by Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc tells the story of the artist's search for the confiscated film Guns for Banta (1970) by Sarah Maldoror, a pioneering yet little known French filmmaker of Guadeloupean origin, whose films are closely linked to the liberation struggles in lusophone Africa. Abbonenc's film explores the figures of the militant, the filmmaker and the photographer, examining their respective functions in the making of a revolution.
Speaking from these various positions, the voice-over highlights the relationship between revolution and cultural production in the context of the decolonisation of Africa. Three characters that will be embodied by several voice-overs, blur and re-frame these testimonies.
Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc is an artist, curator and researcher interested in exploring the history of the colonial encounter and its effects on memory