Updated commercial plus+ voiceover reel for Jason Rosette, working in the USA and Asia. Reading with a conversational but flexible neutral male American accent, Jason Rosette is one of the few trained English language voiceover talents in the ASEAN-APAC region in his niche: Jason Rosette has over a decade of experience doing voiceover narrations, promos, radio & TV spots, explainer videos, audio book segments and more; in the ASEAN-APAC region, he has delivered voiceover (VO) for clients in New York City, LA, San Francisco, New Mexico, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Vietnam, with plenty more delivered internationally by Dropbox and cloud….
Ever since coming out to the ASEAN region in 2005 from the US, I’ve found it necessary to wear several hats while working in the industry here; for example, the talent and casting industry is generally not dense enough to rely upon for full time work, and so it is often with video editing and production. As a result, I’ve found that my state side voiceover training and experience has come in very handy for a number of productions, with clients ranging from USAID/DAI, Oxfam America and various other NGOs – all the way through to private sector clients. Basically,…
Solid reviews continue to stack up for US-Asia based filmmaker & producer Jason Rosette’s movie and filmmaking eBook, ‘10,000 Miles to Go: An American Filmmaking Odyssey‘ – now released in a sparkling new ‘Indigo Blue Edition!’: ByAmazon Customeron March 26, 2016 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase “Any fan of the great documentary “Book Wars” by Jason Rosette or loves documentary film should read 10,000 miles to go. The author gives an insider view of independent film making in the days before Camera Phones and Laptop Editing. Jason explains the dedication and pitfalls of trying to produce a film on no budget…
Have been quite busy for along time and completely forgot to make any updates in a while – most photography, music, and instructional activity versus along form movie action. Will do some catching up shortly with a string of newsworthy stuff / All the Best!
Jason Rosette’s recently completed supernatural historical drama, FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky – set along the Cambodia-Vietnam border in 1970 during the Vietnam War – is now available to watch instantly on Amazon Instant Video!
(or visit direct link HERE -> http://ift.tt/1DLpGEV ) SYNOPSIS: May 4, 1970 – Cambodia. During the 1970 US-Vietnam conflict, a combined US & Army of South Vietnam military operation enters Cambodia to locate and destroy North Vietnamese and Viet Cong sanctuaries. A Cambodian youth named Samnang (‘Lucky’) and an ornery but likable wedding musician make their way through the conflict – encountering landmines, surreal Cambodian ghosts known as ‘Arbs’, and marauding helicopters as they go.
Jason Rosette’s supernatural historical drama, ‘FREEDOM DEAL, the Story of Lucky’ – produced and shot in Cambodia and set in 1970 during the US-Vietnam conflict – screens in New York City at the Anthology Film Archives November 13, 2013 – hosted by New Filmmakers, NYC Anthology Film Archives is at 2nd street & 2nd avenue, see map below; program starts at 6:30 PM, FREEDOM DEAL screens around 7:30PM – $6 for all movies View Larger Map Get more info about FREEDOM DEAL @ The FREEDOM DEAL Website
J Rosette’s Time Lapse short, ‘BANGKOK TRAFFIC’ to screen at 2013 Florida Film Festival in April; see http://floridafilmfestival.com for details
Jason Rosette (aka Jack RO) completes ‘FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky’ (RT 27:00), based an a section of the completed feature FREEDOM DEAL screenplay in development; the short drama is now pending at its first festivals (first fests TBA hopefully mid January) Download the press kit for ‘Freedom Deal: The Story of Lucky’ (direct link here http://www.scribd.com/doc/114036147/FREEDOM-DEAL-The-Story-of-Lucky-PDF-Presskit)
J Rosette’s new short Cambodia docu, ‘Crab Ladies’ is accepted at its first int’l film fest; contact email@example.com with inquiries: ‘CRAB LADIES’ (2012) Directed by Jack RO; Cinematography and Editing by Jason Rosette. Evocative, impressionistic documentary about the crab selling women of coastal Cambodia. As of 5/25/12 – NEW Official Selection, Chagrin Documentary Film Festival (USA) – See Trailer on Youtube