Did These Women See #MeToo Coming? – The New York Times

Did These Women See #MeToo Coming?  – The New York Times

In the 1990s, a group of women at a small college in Ohio started talking about consent, and the need for a sexual offense prevention policy at their school. People thought they were being ridiculous. The story went viral before going viral was a thing. Saturday Night Live did a skit mocking the women and […]

Finding focus with your video

Finding focus with your video

When an idea for a film or video is born, the tendency is to think of all the possibilities; all the possible story threads, connections, and points that could be made. This is an important step. The problem arises when people stop there. They take their list and try to cram all those ideas into […]

4 Questions We Ask in Every Interview

4 Questions We Ask in Every Interview

Everybody knows that most videos are edited—the filmmaker or editor takes the best parts of an interview and creates a succinct and (hopefully) compelling narrative. What we don’t often talk about is the work that goes into crafting questions to elicit stories. The way you ask a question drastically changes the response you get. There […]

Limited Enrollment Concept Workshop (now being offered online too!)

Limited Enrollment Concept Workshop (now being offered online too!)

So often people get hung up on cameras, software, and all the technical aspects of producing videos (which is understandable, there’s a lot to remember!) The problem is, when you’re distracted by cameras, microphones, and editing software, you miss the most important element of creating videos: powerful storytelling. This concept workshop strips away the technology […]