Director: Lake Bell

USA, 2013, Comedy/Drama, 93 min

Carol Solomon is a vocal coach struggling to make a living in Los Angeles. Her father is a leading voice-over artist and she dreams of following in his footsteps. When she scores a gig voicing the preview for a ‘children’s romantic comedy’, she becomes ever more determined to fulfil that dream. It’s a funny, frank and boldly feminist comedy about a woman trying to make it in a man’s world. The film offers a glimpse behind the scenes of voice acting and will appeal to students of drama, performance and filmmaking.

Actress and voice-over artist Norma Sheahan (Damo and Ivor, Moone Boy and Intermission) will introduce this film.

Areas of learning:
Equality, Self-Expression, Performance

Screening as part of the 2014 Autumn/Winter IFI Schools Programme.

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