If you want to make a masterpiece movie or TV show, you gotta get 2 things right: the big picture and the little details.
We really wanted to make sure that Bullet Bride was structurally sound. One way to achieve that was to introduce all of the elements of the story early on so that everything took place afterwards could be tied to the beginning, and nothing felt like a random add-on. Here are some examples of that:
3 years behind and still staying alive. Lyft will always struggle, they started behind Uber and will always have a challenge to compete. One thing they do right is marketing and their Undercover Lyft videos are perfection for marketing.
Sorry to bash, but animated videos just suck... at one point they where trendy and seemed like a great idea for any business. Time has however proven that animated videos are a no go for any business.
Writing a story is hard. But figuring out whether your story is good or not, can be even harder. So to make it a little easier, here are 4 signs that your story is probably good.
So you just finished editing your latest video. You've watched it over and over and think it's perfect. Now it's time to send it to your client, right?
There's a magical place that lives somewhere between being ultra-prepared and completely spontaneous. A place where wondrous unforeseen things can happen, that can take the ordinary and make them extraordinary. It's the only place where true art can be created. And there is only one way you get to this magical place...
Holding auditions is one of the most enjoyable parts of our job. We get to meet new people, get in some acting practice and potentially add a new actor to our roster. Every video production company has their own way of doing auditions (I'm assuming).. this is how we do ours.