We get it. The internet is a busy place. We even write a weekly publication about it.
It’s 2020. Some things have changed. Some haven't.
What hasn't changed? You still need to get the attention of the right people, clearly communicate what you do, and earn their trust. (Not an easy task.)
Whether you're looking to launch a new product, build a community or, simply stand out from your industry copycats, we can help.
The two are not mutually exclusive. Good content sells AND brands. "Short-term" and "long-term" marketing is a false dichotomy. Both should be present at the same time.
You need three things:
1. Know your core value.
2. Articulate it in a visual way that makes your audience feel "this is ME".
3. Distribute it where they spend time.
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You can see me on the left gesturing with my hands in stereotypical Italian fashion. I'm originally from a small town in Northern Italy famous for its dinosaurs. One day I moved to Los Angeles to make films and today I call it home.
On the right is cinematography maestro Will Jobe. Despite his parents’ concerns, he’s putting his countless hours in front of the TV to good use later in life.
We're obsessed with the process of visualizing ideas, and we started Storyforma to help you tell your story.
This depends on a lot of factors but the most important thing is — what’s your goal? The discovery call is where we get to the core of that question and outline a plan of action.
A call will give us an idea of what we're making, what resources are required, and how much time we’ll need. So let’s talk about it. Based on our previous projects, clients typically come to us with a budget that ranges from $10,000 to $20,000—we’ll tailor the work to what your needs are.
The workflow consists of three main stages - pre-production, production, and post-production.
Pre-production is the most important stage where every key department head (such as the director, producer, and director of photography) will plan the shoot. Activities in this stage include concepting, scripting, storyboarding, casting, crew selection, location selection, rentals, permits, scheduling, and tech scouting.
Production is the actual filming of the video. During production, the director will be in charge of bringing the creative plan to life on camera.
Post-production is where the raw footage comes together to bring your vision to life. Choosing the perfect combination of camera angles and “takes” to produce a beautiful video is an art itself—and that’s the job of the editor. Editing is taking raw footage and turning it into a story that people genuinely enjoy. Other post-production activities include visual effects (VFX), sound design, music, voice-over (VO), and coloring.
If that sounds complicated, that’s what we’re here for.
It depends on what you want to achieve. From previous experience, concept to post-production of a commercial can take up to 4 weeks, while some longer-form pieces can take up to 4-8 weeks.
We’ll start by defining your goals and objectives. We’ll dive deep into your situation to identify the core problems you're facing and map out a solution.
After consolidating goals and challenges, we'll research your industry to better understand your audience. We'll present a roadmap for the video strategy and define the project scope.
After we define the scope, we’ll have a clear overview of what we are making. We’ll deliver a proposal with a final deadline and pricing for the project. Once approved, we'll make your unforgettable content.