From Fleming to Fukunaga, the bond of Books to Films

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The writing, the screenplay, and the script, behind every great film is a story and words written that lead us throughout the narrative we experience on screen. And with so much attention and controversy surrounding Daniel Craig’s latest (and last) venture as a internationally renown spy, the story of how a book becomes a film picked at my brain. Ian … Read More

With the Television Industry Changing, What Could This Mean for Venture Capital?

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Investment in entertainment is a complicated subject to digest, as we’ve explored previously. Yet, funding for a production does draw some parallels to investing in startups. Companies that began as startups in Silicon Valley, such as Netflix and Amazon, hold a powerful presence in television industry in Hollywood. Could this mean venture capital could get involved in the television industry?  … Read More

Print Matters

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An Ad is Worth 1,000 Words In our era of interactivity, exuberance for video, and mobile apps, I couldn’t help but find myself lost for a couple hours this weekend; winding my way through image searches after discovering a remarkable print advertisement. Yep, I said print. A Picture Says 1,000 Words I had cause to observe an unusual trend of … Read More

Video Didn’t Kill the Radio Star, It Just Gave It a New Platform

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Every startup has a plethora of obstacles standing between itself and funding. Competition is high, and getting noticed is a big hurdle to jump. Recently, we got together to discuss video and how it relates to startups. We brought together a panel of video production professionals to discuss how startups can utilize video, from where they can bring them the … Read More