Although imagery and voice-over are often intertwined in documentary film, voice-over has long carried a stigma among cinephiles and purists. In this course we wanted to experiment with voice-over and narration to explore its diversity and flexibility. As an audience, we should not take for granted the significance of voice-over. We should also be aware of the power of particular types of voice-over in relation to the on-screen imagery. We explored how we could shift the semantics of particular voice-overs through creating new imagery to accompany a documentary’s original voice-over. Though, that’s not where we stopped. We wanted to study the diversity of voice-over narration and how different approaches can create entirely different perspectives for the on-screen imagery. Through this, we were able to gauge an idea of how significant the voice of the narrator is for creating a specific effect or for aligning with a genre