VO..-Women from first nations
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Non union
Area of media:
325$ per role.
May 22, 2024
Shooting locations:
recording sessions ideally in Toronto and Montreal...(or by source connect) - Early June TBD
Cities for response:
Vancouver, Toronto, Montréal, Ottawa, Winnipeg
Looking for 3 women from first nations, for short narrations..
V.O. on an "ENGLISH" explainer video. It's essentially a video to explain what First Nations Data Governance Centers are.(FNIGC)
USAGE: it will be aired internally on FNIGC's website and eventually on the web as well.
Role typeRoleGender & Age range
Lead (Names Only)AHUNA (student)Female 20 - 30 Years old
Script for audition Ahanu
They asked me what I am working on. I told them: I'm learning about the incredible resilience of our Nations. How we have not just survived, but some are thriving in areas like health, housing, and food security. - but I'm most passionate about new tools and creative solutions.
Role typeRoleGender & Age range
Lead (Names Only)directorFemale 35 - 50 Years old
Script audition Director
The Centre supports that type of work all the time! Harnessing our data to empower communities is innovative. Our vision is to enable
We have specialists digitizing archives. Another is in charge of data collection, preservation, and repatriation. This group gives communities access to data held by other governments, so they can decide whether to keep it or not. Not all data is useful data, y’know?
communities to achieve data sovereignty.
Role typeRoleGender & Age range
Lead (Names Only)grand motherFemale 55 - 70 Years old
Script audition Grandmother:
We are accountable to the rights holders and leadership – to the communities who entrusted us with their data. That is fundamental.
Data is part of us, y’know. Data is in our languages, our traditions. It’s sacred, in many ways. We should treat it that way.
Yes. Transmitting our knowledge to the next generation is essential for our future.
You see, this place is like a longhouse – connecting all of us through data. It is a symbol of resilience and unity.