Introduction to voice-over workshop – 17 Mar 2012

Translation Group at Imperial College London
Saturday, 17 March 2012

Introduction to voice-over

WORKSHOP

There are places available for the Introduction to voice-over

workshop being held by the Translation Group at Imperial College on the 17th March 2011. This is open to professionals as well as students.

Translation Technology Courses 2011-12

Introduction to voice-over

Venue Room S309, Level 3, Sherfield Building

Imperial College

Exhibition Road, South Kensington Campus

London SW7 2AZ

www.imperial.ac.uk/campusinfo/southkensington

www8.imperial.ac.uk/content/dav/ad/workspaces/campusinfo/sthkencampus.pdf

(Building number 20)

Number of Attendees 20 maximum
Date Saturday, 17 March 2012
Time 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

Coffee served from 10 am. Lunch from 1 until 1:45 pm.

Course Fee Including tea/coffee & buffet lunch Full rate: £110

Student concession: £60

Course Trainer Anna Matamala
Trainer Background Tenured lecturer at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, freelance audiovisual translator (1996-2007).
Who Would Benefit? Freelance translators, undergraduate and postgraduate translation students
Course Objectives By the end of the day you will be conversant with the main principles that regulate voice-over and will have had the opportunity to face the most frequent challenges encountered by voice-over translators.
Course Content The course will start with an introduction to voice-over as an audiovisual transfer mode which is gaining momentum in the international arena. Although reference to fictional genres will be made, the workshop will focus on non-fiction (documentaries, interviews, corporate videos, etc.).

After describing voice-over practice in Europe, the main features of this transfer mode as well as the various workflows will be summarised. Special attention will be paid to synchronisation issues and the language rewording that it often entails.

Participants will then be asked to translate and discuss various short clips that present different challenges, and specific software will be used to simulate voice-over. A list of relevant bibliographical references and resources will be given to all the participants.

Certificate You will receive a certificate of attendance.
Contact Francesco Corso t.barbanneau
Website www.imperial.ac.uk/humanities/translationgroup/translationtechnologycourses

Francesco P Corso

MSc Translation Administrator

Imperial College
Humanities Department

Level 3 Sherfield Building, Room S312c

South Kensington Campus

London

SW7 2AZ

Tel: +44(0)207 594 8833

t.barbanneau

www.imperial.ac.uk/translation


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