Story Video

Story Video

10,788.00

Filmmaking is an art that requires a lot of skill, experience, and vision. While much of success is determined on taste and preference, there are some key ways we've found that works in telling engaging and powerful stories. 

In this consulting package, you will work with your expert on:

  • Vision Session

  • Story Outline Session

  • Dedicated Client Page For Project

  • Up to Three 8 Hour Shoots With Expert and Assistant

  • Unlimited Locations*

  • More Complex Lighting and Camera

  • Up to 40 Hours Editing**

  • 5-8 Minute Final Project

  • 15-30 Second Social Media Ad

  • 2 Rounds Of Revisions

* We suggest staying within a 15 mile radius for changing scenes or locations.

** Additional editing may be required, please consult with experts to get a more refined quote. Editing ranges from $100-$150/hr depending on project needs.

Travel expenses are not included

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If you're interviewing strangers, is it a liability to have footage of them and for us to use them in the video?

Answer: We will have someone on-site that will be in charge of handling paperwork and we will not use anyone's interview or likeness without their consent. If they do not sign our "talent release form" then we will not use that footage. In run and gun scenarios, we will get verbal contracts on camera that will hold in any courtroom setting.

I always hate it when I'm filmed... Can I have someone else talk for me?

Answer: Yes you can... we have other packages that allow for you to use "talent" or "actors" to read a script. We do encourage for this style that we keep everything very natural. Our interviewers are very friendly and will make you feel at ease. Imagine a conversation with a friend, we want you to feel very comfortable to talk with us about your business. If we need you to repeat a line, we may have you say it back in your own words. In the end, we will be editing down your interview, cutting out unnecessary um's and uh's - as well as other blunders.

Is there a way for me or my teammates to receive coaching on how to be on camera? 

If you're really nervous about being on camera, we highly suggest working with Dale Carnegie. They are the best at presenting information and helping people present well in any circumstance. Your director will be able to help coach people if necessary and help bring out their best on camera.