What a wild paradox we have on our hands. A collection of gorgeous pixels that come together to say very little.
Now I used to be a wedding filmmaker back in the day. In fact, it’s how I cut my teeth in this whole filmmaking biz. With a background in psychology, my interest was less in the wedding and more with the people.
AND SO TODAY I’D LOVE TO TAKE A MOMENT AND SHARE MY PERSPECTIVE ON WHERE WE’VE GONE SO DRASTICALLY WRONG WITH WEDDING VIDEOS TODAY.
Over the past few weeks, a small, unassuming drama out of Australia has been gaining momentum at the box office and leaving many theaters without a single dry eye. That film is Lion, and the secret to its success is story.
This post is going to be shorter than most everything else you'll read on this blog, but perhaps you'll find it to be disproportionately impactful. I just want to ask you one simple question. Why do you tell stories?
Last month, we sent out an early screener of our new feature length documentary to nearly 1500 people. We also asked this audience for objective feedback that could help us improve the film, and boy did they deliver.
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