Posts Tagged:Film

Reinventing the Testimonial Video

Written by Ben Oliver I am on a quest. Not so much an epic adventure seeking out some universal truth or even a religious relic. No, I am on a personal quest to… (wait for it…) reinvent the testimonial video. I absolutely hate testimonial videos. Don’t get me wrong, I see their value. It’s a…

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3 Short Films That Don’t Suck – Part 1

Written by Hemed Mohamed If you’re like me, you love unique stories. And if you’re busy like me, you treasure a story that’s only as long as it needs to be. No more, no less. And you understand that great storytellers make the most of every second of the audience’s time. I’ll be honest. Over…

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Trust Your Audience

Written by Justin Plant It’s 2:12am in southwestern Georgia. I’m not even sure that I’m in a proper city… it’s pretty country (no Black Lives Matter signs here.) I’m in GA for my niece’s 2nd birthday party; but any more exposition, and you’d be missing the point. I just drove 7+ hours while my son…

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Kyle Conroy, Storyboard Media Intern, Thinking

The Second Most Interesting Intern in the World

If you were thinking about this guy…

3 Film Essay YouTubers You Gotta See

When I first interviewed for Storyboard Media’s open Account + Project Manager position way back in January, Ben and Justin asked me a bunch of questions about soft skills, hard skills, and everything in between. But that was over in fifteen minutes. The rest of the time was spent geeking out over our favorite Film…

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How Long Should Your Videos Be?

I am not a tall man. I never have been. The closest I came to the second growth spurt I dreamed of in my teens came in my mid- to late-twenties, but that growth spurt ended up being outward instead of upward. Fortunately, I’ve found myself working in an industry where shorter is better. Unless…

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When (or how) is a video considered a success?

The reason I’m writing this blog is because we’re trying to answer this question. It sounds odd, I know. But as we explore answers, we’ve been unintentionally and slowly transforming our business. As a creative team (building concepts for clients) and a production company (executing those concepts), we generate really cool work that both our…

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