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In a World: voiceover artists go head to head in adorkable indie dramedy

From Hollywood politics to family feuds, Lake Bell’s quirky film confronts challenges of growing up and finding success
Lake Bell as a voiceover artist in In a World ... Photograph: Everett Collection Inc/Alamy

There are three things you need to know about Hollywood’s voiceover industry. First, getting the job is more about proving your sound and skill than it is about your looks. Second, for more than a century the work was largely uncredited, misunderstood and overlooked as behind-the-scenes busy work. Third, without any real rulebooks or definitive guides to sounding “authentic”, it’s a domain historically dominated by older white men.

All of these obstacles form the heart and

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