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Aquí está, al fin, mi primer doblaje para un anuncio de la tele. De momento sólo sale en catalán en la televisión de aquí, pero la versión en castellano ya está grabada, así que imagino que en breve saldrá a nivel nacional. Sólo son un par de frases, pero, maldita sea, cómo mola. ¡Que lo disfrutéis!
La versión A:
La versión B:
This is the teaser of a new online show based on a facebook game where I cover all characters with my voice. Vote and share!
Lately I’m always involved in new projects. This days I’m shooting the movie “Villorrio del Caudillo: paletos y cuchillos” and I recently received this teaser for a tv series called Flatmates. You will sure enjoy Manu, curious friend indeed. Hope you like it. Don’t forget to bogartize it and comment.
Not long ago I participated in the shooting of an internal video for a Bellmunt’s museum. They picked me as an apprentice “fonador” or the one who extracts lead out of the stone and makes ingots out of it. And it was because, as they told me afterwards, I had a remarkable resemblance with a guy in one of the historic pictures taken years ago (from the back).
Anyway, the fact is I had to start a wild journey to Sant Fruitós del Bages. In the midday train. All filled with screaming mothers and bawling children
-Carmen, don’t stand on the seats.- I don’t hate all children, but la Carmen, uuuuuh, la Carmen… That was not a kid but the most graphic definition ever put on earth (and inside a train) of what annoying means. For an hour and a half la Carmen and I, and her glorious f… mother shared the trip.
Then I got to the shooting set. And my headache and hatred against kids were gone. There it was, like a little piece of heaven turned into a set, the biggest chroma I’ve ever saw in my life.
This was to become a furnace in postproduction.
Just a few arrangements in the atrezzo: stones, shovels and some other tools we’d have to use to fake the lead making process. And, of course, clothes.
And the master, so I could become his apprentice.
If you ever happen to end up in Bellmunt and don’t know what to do, pay a visit to the museum and watch me sweat.
It is a project for new creators adressed to the popular Festival. This time I lend my voice to two different animations presenting hypothetical products for two large brands such as Google and Burger King based on the contestants’ ideas.
The Burger Reality Show