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Jem Schofield has been growing theC47 in sync with some of the most immense changes in terms of technology in this industry. The last decade has been incredible with the introduction and advancement of digital, advancements with lighting technology, camera formats, drones, streaming and just about everything else. We sat down with him to talk about his journey throughout the years.
Technology develops quickly — probably even quicker than we imagined. It starts affecting every area of our lives, from business to entertainment. It affects education as well, though often slower than it could.
It's been said that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, but as Christopher Walken once said in Hairspray, "the way to a man's heart is through his funny bone." Comedy builds connections, and in advertising, it has the ability to make or break them. The video production and storytelling agency, Workhouse Creative, has just signed two major directors whose work has driven over 82 million views on Funny or Die starring Will Ferrell.
Think about it-films, TV shows, and Broadway plays and musicals are all honored for their ability to entertain audiences, affect change in the world, and inspire new ideas. But what about college recruitment campaigns? Sure, you don’t buy a ticket to see them but that doesn’t detract from their ability to entertain students, effect applicants’ enrollment decisions, and inspire collegiate goals. In an increasingly competitive higher education market, colleges must get creative with their video campaigns to stand out from the crowd and connect with potential applicants in meaningful ways. At Kira, we highlighted the top videos from the last year by establishing the first annual Kira Award for Best of Higher Ed Recruitment Video earlier this year.
Whether you are fresh out of college or leaving your internship, chances are that you will want to look for full-time employment soon. The video production industry is a lucrative field with numerous career paths and specializations to choose from.
Videos are known to impart a lasting impression on viewers. It is evident from the billions of dollars that countries around the world spend on advertising videos. Similarly, a video can define whether any campaign you launch becomes an astounding success or fails miserably.
Over the last couple years, we’ve seen growing interest in virtual reality and 360-degree video experiences. In the ever-evolving live streaming landscape, these technologies are emerging as two of the most innovative trends gaining mainstream attention-powering events such as live sports and concerts, not to mention new projects and jobs for video professionals who know how to bring these technologies to life.
What tool would you prefer if you were to learn about something: a video or a text? Chances are you’re going to select the video because 65 percent of people are visual learners. This means that if teachers choose to lecture without any visuals, they may be reaching less than half of the class. This is something every educator has to avoid.
Film school is an opportunity to sharpen your creative skills and become immersed in your craft. It’s a space to learn the principles and basics of movie making while searching to find your own original voice. As an aspiring filmmaker, being surrounded by your classmates will expose you to countless genres, personalities, and styles. However, with thousands of film schools around the globe, it’s important you pick the right one.
By: Ian Cohen With all the technology available, and what I refer to as “Redundant Device Syndrome” or RDS for short, it is a wonder that anyone ever talks to each other. Most eyeballs are almost constantly glued to screens big and small (including my own), and it often feels isolating, distracting, and counterproductive. This phenomenon is apparent everywhere you look, heads down not looking forward, fingers flying and tapping buttons and keys. Our minds are ensnared by this new age of technology and ease of access of information and entertainment. I’m guilty too.