-- Now In Production --
Original audio series about the last remaining takeaway on Dame Street in a post-nuclear Dublin. It will be rude, cynical and full of absurdity. It's "Shameless" meets "Grand Theft Auto", and possibly PG-15 for strong language, adult content and violence. The episodes are planned to be about 30 minutes each.
The project is non-profit based and will depend entirely on
volunteering. After completion and release, each episode will be available for
Casting Calls are out!
Find out more here.
Audio adaptation of the classic adventure novel by Jules Verne about the keepers of a remote and isolated lighthouse near the cliffs of Cape Horn, who get unexpected company and find themselves under the siege of a band of ship wreckers.
The adaptation will be written and directed by Bodo Hartwig. It is planned to be a three-part feature with a total duration of two hours.
The project will depend on volunteering. After completion and release, it will be open source and available for free download.
We are currently seeking volunteers for
- dialogue/lines processing
- sound editing
You should have advanced skills in the above and successfully processed at least one quality audio feature. Feel free to contact Bodo directly.
Casting calls will be out after the audio script is finished and principal production begins. All essential characters will be those of the novel, so interested voice actors are already welcome to get in touch.
Find out more about the novel at Wikipedia.
Adaptation of the short H.P. Lovecraft story of the same name. Written in 1926, this terrifying work moves from Boston to realms unknown.
Seán Paul will be adapting the one person narrative into an audio play, in a similar vein to the BBC 'Sherlock'
adaptation, keeping the period but adding some characters, and some
We are aiming for a genuine 1920s feel, and to strike terror into the heart of the listener!
"Of such great powers or beings there may be conceivably a survival... a survival of a hugely remote period when... consciousness was manifested, perhaps, in shapes and forms long since withdrawn before the tide of advancing humanity... forms of which poetry and legend alone have caught a flying memory and called them gods, monsters, mythical beings of all sorts and kinds..."
- Algernon Blackwood
Find out more about the original short story at Wikipedia.
Audio adaptation of the classic Jules Verne novel about the journey of a group of scientists on board the legendary submarine Nautilus.
The project is currently in development and is helmed by Bodo Hartwig. Right now, we are offering the position of
- script co-writer
At this stage, we are open for all kinds of ideas and recommendations. There is nothing set in stone yet. If you have experience in audio drama and you're interested in being a part of this production, feel free to contact Bodo directly.