The final installment of the KvibeTV series on cinematic storytelling and screenplay structure, Cinematic Storytelling (Ep.3 / Pt 4 of 4) – Act Three: Climax and Resolution, has just been released and you don’t want to miss this one!
If you haven’t caught any of the previous parts, so far throughout the series, Kvibe founder/producer/director Khoa Le and his longtime friend and collaborator, actor/writer/producer/host Frank Licari, have discussed the fundamentals of screenwriting as well as the business side of cinematic storytelling.
If you haven’t started creating video content to help build up your presence online yet that’s precisely what you’re trying to do, you need to. But if you have managed to gain some type of following with your video production efforts, then the next step is becoming an influencer.
Industry influencers are the ones who’ve managed to gain more than just a few fans, but a bona fide loyal following. They’re the ones people go back to, time and time again, for reliable, consistently high-quality advice and information.
The third part of the new KvibeTV episode on cinematic storytelling is available now and whether you’ve been screenwriting for a while and are just looking to brush up on your skills and knowledge a bit, are thinking of making your first foray into writing, or you’re just curious about the craft, you don’t want to miss this one.
In this installment of the series, Cinematic Storytelling (Ep.3 / Pt 3 of 4) – Act Two: The Build Up, Kvibe founder/producer/director Khoa Le and actor/writer/producer/host Frank Licari continue their conversation on the fundamentals of the art of screenwriting.
If you’re trying to decide between creating an animated or live-action video for your next project, there are a multitude of factors to consider, and you don’t want to simply assume that one approach will automatically require more time or money than the other.
The truth is, all that depends on the nature of the project, the intended length, the resources that you and/or the video production people you’re working with have at your disposal, etc.
It’s Monday, which means another installment of KvibeTV is available, and whether you’ve been writing for a while and are in need of some refreshing, you’re an aspiring writer looking for some beginner tips, or you’re simply interested in cinematic storytelling, you need to check this one out below!
Cinematic Storytelling (Ep.3 / Pt 2 of 4) – Act One: The Setup is the second installment of a 4-part conversation series with Kvibe founder/director/producer Khoa Le and his longtime friend, colleague, and collaborator, Frank Licari.
It’s no secret that there are more channels and platforms through which you can distribute your video content than every before, no matter the nature of it.
So, it only makes sense to create different videos for each different channel and community, but who has the budget for that? Not many, which is why creating multi-purpose videos is so important nowadays.