It’s Monday, which means the newest installment of KvibeTV has been released and you don’t want to miss this one!
Today’s episode, Mainstream vs. Indie Filmmaking (Ep.2 / Pt 4 of 4) – On-Set Costly Mistakes, is the fourth and final part of our series with assistant director Salvatore Sutera in which he and longtime friend/Kvibe founder Khoa Le conclude their discussion on the differences between mainstream and independent film and video production and what it’s like to be an assistant director on set.
It’s no secret that more and more people are choosing to watch video content on their laptops, phones, and tablets, but what might come as a surprise is just how much those mobile devices are changing the way that content is produced.
And it only makes sense. After all, people are spending more time on these devices than ever, and if you want to connect your videos with them, you need to cater to their preferences.
The third installment of Kvibe TV’s 4-part conversation series with assistant director Salvatore Sutera is available now and if you have any interest in the differences between mainstream TV and film and the independent approach, or you’re just curious about the business side of things, you’ve got to check it out below!
Sutera is a 12-year industry veteran who cut his teeth on big-budget blockbusters like The Adjustment Bureau and Men in Black 3 as well as hit TV shows like Curb Your Enthusiasm and Boardwalk Empire.
Yes, there’s more competition than ever when it comes to getting people to pay attention to your videos now, no matter why you’re creating them nor how you want viewers to feel when they watch them. And that means that it’s more important than ever for them to be of the highest quality possible and to be more relevant and interesting than the competition.
But another way to make your video production efforts a little more effective these days is to inject them with a little style, a style viewers will then associate with you or your brand. Because even if your video content has what it takes to stand out from the rest, you need to take measures to ensure that viewers remember who made it, and they’ll remember a style if it’s consistent.
We just released part two of our second episode of Kvibe TV, Mainstream vs. Indie Filmmaking (Ep.2 / Pt 2 of 4) – On Set Challenges, and you can check it out below!
If YouTube isn’t a critical part of your marketing plan or even on your radar, it needs to be. We’ve reached a point where everyone needs to at least entertain the idea of building a presence on the site. Why?
Because we’re in the midst of a huge shift. Younger audiences are increasingly turning to online video rather than television and other forms of content, and Youtube’s where they head first. The thing is, like any other internet marketing tool, it’s constantly evolving.
And as a NY / NJ video production company that just started our own original Youtube channel, Kvibe TV, it’s our business to keep an eye on the latest network trends. So, read on to find out what’s working, what’s not, and what else is changing.