50 States, 50 Voice-Over Roles Up For Grabs To Anyone In New Children's Fantasy Movie
Minnesota authors DC Johnson and Ron Rowan, along with Signal Pictures, bring latest novel to life as a new animated movie through The Golden Movie Ticket Dream.
MAPLE GROVE, Minn., May 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Golden Movie Ticket Dream contest will be awarding 50 men, women and children of all ages and from all 50 states across America a once-in-a-lifetime voice-over role in a new, family-friendly, animated movie based on the new children's fantasy novel, "The Secret Of MeadowBrook Orphanage," co-authored by DC Johnson and Ron Rowan.
The Golden Movie Ticket Dream requires no fee to audition, no acting agent and no voice-over experience at all. As the authors state, "If you can speak, you can win!" The 50 winners of this nationwide voice-over audition will be awarded their respective state's Golden Movie Ticket, which guarantees the winner the opportunity to fulfill a movie dream with a movie voice-over role.
"We believe everyone will be excited to audition throughout America, from California to New York, as everyone who desires to be a voice in a movie, deserves a chance at fulfilling that dream!" says DC Johnson.
Details about this contest and how to audition for a movie role can be found at www.TheGoldenMovieTicketDream.com.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
DC Johnson is a Minnesota author who has written playful children's stories to stories about vampires. Her vampire series, "Memoirs Of A Vampire Countess" currently contains three novels with a fourth one planned for release later 2012 or 2013. Her first novel in this series has been signed to a movie deal and is expected to be released in 2013. Ron Rowan is a Minnesota author and a web/marketing professional. He is also the co-founder of the creative entity Rowan Creations (www.RowanCreations.com), who are currently authoring a children's Christmas story releasing later in 2012.
ABOUT SIGNAL PICTURES
Signal Pictures is a motion picture production company committed to finding great stories and telling them well on film. Founded in 1999 by Chris Gegax, Signal Pictures aims to develop and produce commercial film properties with box office viability in both the domestic and international markets.
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