The origin story–the story of how a business, idea, product, or service came to be–is one of the most common, and most powerful, types of stories we can tell.
In this post we look at both how to tell them, and why you might.
Muse Film School launched last week and we've been hosting webinars, doing consult calls, and reviewing heaps of awesome applications.
Muse Film School is a serious investment at $5,000. As you can imagine, we're getting a lot of questions about the nitty gritty of how it all works.
Here are the top 10 questions our community is asking about muse film school.
Knowing these 7 types of stories is a powerful way to leverage the right story, at the right time, and seriously improve your communication skills.
On my last day in Nepal, while walking to the market, I met a young man named Sanjay.
Sanjay was studying to become a master painter. And as I learned more about him, I got a powerful reminder about what it really take to become truly great at your craft. I was so moved by our interaction, and what he showed me that day that I had to put this video together to share with all of you.
Whether you simply missed the shot, or you're creating a film that has a series of moments that have already happened, it's a frequent place for the filmmaker to find themselves in.
Here are four clever ways you can cover those moments that you've missed. All the while avoiding the cheesy re-enactment.