With Walt Before Mickey, KVibe Productions’ first full-length feature film directed by founder Khoa Le, currently playing in theaters, we thought it’d be a good time to look back at another famous entertainment artist who refused to give up.
Martin Scorsese, much like Walt Disney, is known to most as an incredibly talented and popular artist who seems to have always been loved and admired. However, that wasn’t always the case and, like Disney, Scorsese faced his share of failures.
So, in the spirit of Walt Disney, let’s take a closer look at what made Scorsese push on when all seemed lost and ultimately become a filmmaking master.
First of all, if you need to enlist outside help to produce video content for your business, you need to be sure to find the right fit for your company, because their efficiency will largely dictate how much time and money you save.
For more on that, check out this post, 5 Tips to Find the Best Video Production Company For Your Business, but make no mistake, there are some things you can do on your side to ensure the production goes as smoothly as possible.
We’ve been doing film and video production in the NY and NJ area for a long time now, so take it from us, by following these few tips, you can save precious time and money in the planning and execution of your next corporate video production.
Minow is a member of the Online Film Critics Society, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association, and the Association of Women Film Journalists and her reviews, blog, interviews, and other features appear on Beliefnet.
Khoa and Minow discussed Khoa’s personal journey to becoming the director of Walt Before Mickey and the challenges of working with a very limited budget and short schedule, shooting a period film in several different locations, and joining the ambitious project at the last minute.
Walt Disney knew a thing or two about leadership. After all, the man created an empire from the ground up and, as you can see in our feature film about the icon, Walt Before Mickey, he didn’t do it alone.
Disney needed a lot of help from a lot of people, and to get that help, he needed to inspire and motivate. He needed to become a leader people could trust, a leader people would be willing to shed their blood, sweat, and tears for. And he did just that.
As video continues to become an increasingly important marketing tool, the odds of business owners and employees having to appear on camera will continue to go up.
And we’ve made enough corporate and commercial videos in our time in NY and NJ video production to know that some people are typically confident and eager about getting a chance to be a part of a production, while others aren’t too excited about the prospect of appearing on camera.
We get it. A film or video production is a process many know little about nor have much experience with and the notion of being on camera frightens people and/or creates anxiety, but one way that we can help relieve some of that anxiety is by helping you figure out what you should wear.