Category Archives: Voice Over

Video 1: Voice Over Example #3, The Assassination of Jesse James by that Coward, Robert Ford

After viewing the clip above, answer the following questions in complete sentences. Copy and paste your answer from Word into the comment field below.

What work does the voice over in this scene do? How are the visuals connected to what we hear in the voice over?  What sort of mood is created by starting out the story with a voice over? How would the film look if it started with traditional dialog?

 

Video 1: Voiceover Example #2: Submarine

Yesterday we looked at the end of Annie Hall as an example of a scene using Voice over  Today we have another example, this time with a teenage narrator.

After viewing the following clip, respond to the following questions in the comment field below.

Where does voice-over fit into this scene? How would dialogue give the scene a different feel? Why do you think the director chose to have most of the speech in this film appear through voice-over?

When does the voice over change to dialogue in this scene? What could you take from this example in your own voice-over project?

Voice Over Example #3, The Assassination of Jesse James by that Coward, Robert Ford

After viewing the clip above, answer the following questions in complete sentences. Copy and paste your answer from Word into the comment field below.

What work does the voice over in this scene do? How are the visuals connected to what we hear in the voice over?  What sort of mood is created by starting out the story with a voice over? How would the film look if it started with traditional dialog?

 

VoiceOver Example #2: Submarine

Yesterday we looked at the end of Annie Hall as an example of a scene using Voice over  Today we have another example, this time with a teenage narrator.

After viewing the following clip, respond to the following questions in the comment field below.

Where does voice-over fit into this scene? How would dialogue give the scene a different feel? Why do you think the director chose to have most of the speech in this film appear through voice-over?

When does the voice over change to dialogue in this scene? What could you take from this example in your own voice-over project?