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Finding Your Voice

Developing the narrative of your film

An audience’s ability to watch a film – of any length – is determined by the strength of the narrative. The story behind the film, whether it be fact or fiction, has to hold the viewer’s attention long enough to convey its message and one of the most important elements in ensuring that this happens is the kind of narration that is chosen.

Even when making a simple promotional film, where text alone would suffice, people still overlook the importance of a voice and how imperative it is, regardless of what the film is about, to have sound.