To Find a Job, He Creates a “Video Resume” with Extracts from Films and Shows It’s always inspiring to see people using creative ways to showcase their skills. Such is the case of Léo Primard, a French student recently graduated who is looking for a job in Paris and decided that since he was looking […]
How come they all know each other?! (how to find your Scenius wherever you live) When looking back at History there are dozens and dozens of stories about specific time periods where an uncanny number of creative spirits gathered within the same school, street, building, found each other and imagined on a much larger scale […]
A Ton of Things to Do and Zero Juice Left? Tools and tactics for optimal productivity are great but sometimes you just can’t do it. And today is one of those days for me. I came back late last night from a week on an editing job in Paris and I’m leaving at 4am tomorrow for […]
The Boring Room Challenge What would you shoot if you had 2h to make a video in a Boring Room? That’s the question Brandon Li, one of the most interesting filmmakers to follow on YouTube at the moment, decided to answer. Li first got noticed through his travel videos that became recurring Staff Pick on Vimeo (for […]
Two Writing Prompts Cheryl Strayed Uses to Unlock Inspiration Once you get introduced to Cheryl Strayed’ story, it’s hard not to want to know more. Strayed is an American writer who has patiently been working her way up to public acclaim and financial stability, after years of hard choices and struggle, living the writer’s life without […]
How I Stay Focused and Manage My Time I always want more time. More time to work on my projects, to spend with my parents, my siblings, my friends, my partner, but also to practice yoga, meditate, read books, watch films, binge shows, cook healthy, travel and sleep 8 hours. Mmm… For years I was […]
Ben Wheatley’s 90 Bits Writing Technique to Greenlit His Next Screenplay Nothing fascinates me more than the creative process. Just like Daily Rituals change from one person to another, none of them might work for you to the dot. But reading about how others go about it has been a liberating source of inspiration tailor […]
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Artists The time where we thought “an artist” was someone with talent is long gone. In the last decade, the idea that anything can be learned and optimized has become a great equalizer and as it turns, those concepts don’t solely apply to the business world. We, filmmakers, storytellers, creatives, can […]
Words of Wisdom from Jeong Kwan on Creativity and Ego One of my favorite Documentary Show (if that’s a thing), Chef’s Table is back with a season 3 that focuses, for the most part on Chefs that didn’t become Chefs because of the title, but because they loved making food. Even after they’ve been acclaimed, they shrug and […]
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