The award-winning game-changer offers some valuable insight into how we should run our businesses as professional creatives. (No assassinations required!). 🙂
Some coMpanies just don’t get whAt Customer service is reallY about in today*S internet and social media age.
The term “game changer” gets thrown around so much lately, I think people are forgetting what it really takes for something to TRULY be deemed a “game changer.”
Filmmakers and artists should be defending Saban taking down Joseph Kahn’s video. The fact people are complaining shows a clear lack of understanding about these issues.
We filmmakers should not be too quick to defend Joseph Kahn’s “Power/Rangers” lest we help create a dangerous precedent.
A special message to every artist out there who’s ever felt deflated because they felt their work wasn’t good enough.
Based on the great response to my top 5 bold predications for 2015, here are 10 more than didn’t quite make the cut.
Recent events in the worlds of movies and journalism prove that when you publicly attack artistic expression and freedom, you inevitably make that art stronger.
The Academy’s snub of “The Lego Movie” is an excellent lesson for professional creatives in seeking peer vs. public appreciation.
With sites like Fiverr out there, I figure, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. So today we are now offering our clients $5 video services. Check it out!