Are you searching for an actor who speaks in perfect Scouse? An actress with a genuine Ch'tis accent? Or voice actors with extensive Bayerish, Urdu, Hillbilly Twang, West Flemish or Northern Chinese vocabularies? International Native Casting (INCasting) is your specialist when you need authentic accents.
For our clients we search, select and book the real deal: (voice) actors from every corner of the earth who live in The Benelux. In short: we cast aliens.
We lessen the load of our clients by saving them time, hassle and expensive airline tickets. Every single day.
Now that smart phones are almost universal, producers and directors ask actors to self-tape their first audition. Now what? Here are three tips to create a video that won't creep up in a few years and bite you in your self-esteem.
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CNN Defends Jim Acosta After Trumpís Spokesman Calls for Apology CNN issued a statement on Monday defending Jim Acosta, the reporter who got in a verbal tussle with President-elect Donald Trump at last week’s press conference as Trump refused to take his question by arguing that the network was “fake news.” Trump’s spokesman, Sean Spicer, on Sunday called for Acosta to apologize, and said that... Read more »
Game of Thrones is known for a lot of things, including cinematic battle scenes, crisp dialogue and impressive storytelling. However, it will also probably go down in history as a show with one of the highest counts of nudity to ever exist on TV.
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Nederlandse film Fataal ook in BelgiŽ te zien (rtlnieuws) De zinloosgeweldfilm Fataal gaat de grens over. De Nederlandse film van de negentienjarige regisseur Jesse Bleekemolen is vanaf februari ook in BelgiŽ te zien. Dat maakte distributeur JSB Productions bekend. Ook Belgische scholen willen de film over een twintiger die slachtoffer wordt van zinloos geweld vertonen. Vooralsnog zijn er bij onze zuiderburen acht bioscopen die meedoen aan de scholentour van Fataal.
Originally from the Normandy in France, Bruno Gatinet has now been in the Netherlands for over 15 years. He previously lived in Germany and Austria. He started his career working with German and French theater groups in both languages, but, soon got a taste for the "American Way" of doing things and appreciates their "Just go for it!" mentality. Recently, Bruno has worked together with INC on the French voice overs for the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. He also played Vincent van Gogh in an Endemol production.
In the coming months he is looking forward to further work on his acting, singing and performing, collaborating with creative professionals from around the world. | view profile »