Dubbing News

So today I have my voice over director hat on and would like to take a moment to comment on some of the work we have completed this past month.

The English Dubbing for “Dragon Force” the movie went off wonderfully. Everyone did amazing work! Great job guys and gals!

Also – We just finished two films (“Man made of Glass“, “Gold and Earth“) as well as a 14 episode series (“Fall of an Angel“). I’m looking at some of the mixes and they are sounding really nice.

This week we will be jumping into a very cute animated series, which promises to be a lot of fun.

Russell Wait Directs

Thanks to our coordinator Anson, here’s a little clip of me directing Dave Bridges in a show called “The Grand Prize”. He’s an excellent actor and awesome dubber. We are working at Red Angel Studios in Kwun Tong, Hong Kong.

Phil Bagshaw engineers.

Voice Directing: The Days of Noah 2: Apocalypse

A picture of Russell Wait sitting at the directors desk.
Russell Wait directing

Recently I had the opportunity to direct and write the adr script for the English language version of the documentary “The Days of Noah 2: Apocalypse”. It covers the journey of a hong kong group of adventurers who climbed mount Ararat in search of the Ark. Pretty interesting stuff. 🙂

Clara, one of the producers was actually on the mountain herself. It was pretty neat to meet one of the people who climbed the mountain and experienced what we were watching in the video – even if she was off camera 😛
Anyway we had a good couple of days in the studio and I would like to thank the producers Yee and Clara and all the talented Voices that worked on the film with me.

Thanks a lot!

Dragon Snooker Dub

We spent the weekend dubbing a vertical slice of a Chinese animated series called Dragon Snooker.  It looks like it’s going to be really fun – the actors, writers, and translators are all very talented. Which made for great scripts and an enjoyable Saturday working with awesome actors.  If I can I’ll put a clip of our next studio session up for everyone to enjoy.  🙂