Through the process of gathering multiple perspectives and being open to where they might lead, the resulting story will always be more truthful.
We were in Ireland recently with an extra day before our Muse Film School production started. Being a huge bourbon fan, we thought we'd stop in at the famous Jameson Distillery.
While at Jameson, we created a tutorial on how to master monopod movement in your filmmaking. Check out the tutorial below on how to become one with your monopod.
Current Estimates Out Of The CDC Suggest That As Many As 7 In 8 Filmmakers Have Been Affected By The Illness At Some Point In Their Career.
It's time to educate yourself on F.I.P.S. and what can be done about it.
A great story can sweep you up, send you spinning, and leave you altogether changed. [SEE] is our expression of that belief. It goes from talk to action. By bringing together world-class storytellers, and experts in the science of storytelling we're hoping to open your eyes to SEE what story is, why it matters and how you can use it to benefit your life.
To help you decide if [SEE] is the right event for you, we wanted to share the top 10 reasons for making the trek to Portland and sharing the evening with us.
Muse Film School launched last week and we've been hosting webinars, doing consult calls, and reviewing heaps of awesome applications.
Muse Film School is a serious investment at $5,000. As you can imagine, we're getting a lot of questions about the nitty gritty of how it all works.
Here are the top 10 questions our community is asking about muse film school.
Knowing these 7 types of stories is a powerful way to leverage the right story, at the right time, and seriously improve your communication skills.