Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Interesting usage of kinetic type, the exploding letters and clean usage are pretty cool. The music shifts from paper to film are certainly dramatic and emphasize the difference well. The differing titles also remind a lot of the opening to Kroll Show... which is awesome always
Friday, January 5, 2018
I also noticed a few parallels as it relates to the kind of work we do. For example, the scene with Salote and her manager could be compared to some of the communication and coaching themes that we deal with from time to time. Likewise, the idea that “everyone has a story” and “you never know what another person is going through” is a concept we've explored on a few occasions and I specifically like how, in this example, the audience is learning Salote's true motives along with the supporting characters - the misdirection is very clever.
Lastly, this film is simply shot really well. I would be interested in thinking about how we might be about to bring this sort of cinematic quality to our work as well.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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Wednesday, May 10, 2017
“For the seventh annual Digital Storytelling Contest (previously known as the Multimedia Contest), the international jury selected 12 winning productions in four categories. This year, 282 productions were submitted to the contest: 135 Short Form, 54 Long Form, 62 Immersive Storytelling and 31 Innovative Storytelling.”
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
A little later, two filmmakers would adapt it into a short film...
Then it comes full circle in this interview on The Truth with the filmmakers...