Our newest documentary, "Project Home: Shifting Faces," and "Project Home: The Next Battle" continue to surprise and inspire audiences.
When we first learned of Canines for Service's work, we jumped at the opportunity to help them tell their story.
We could think of no better place for "The Next Battle" to screen than in Canines For Service's own backyard.
This week, we will wrap up “The Art of Storytelling” series by reviewing all that we’ve learned from previous episodes. Whether you’re interested in entering the pledgeTV Film Festival or just interested in creating better fundraising videos, this is the one you don’t want to miss.
So you wrote a script, shot, and edited your video... now what? This week on “The Art of Storytelling” we’ll tell you how to promote your video and make your premiere a smashing success.
This week in “The Art of Storytelling” we’ll share with our Causes video editing basics and how to best capture and use B-roll video.
This week in “The Art of Storytelling” we’ll share with our Causes techniques to capture better shots in fundraising videos. We’ll also share a few tips — perhaps even a trick or two — that’ll help with lighting and sound.
"Project Home: The Next Battle" details the work of Canines for Service, and how the nonprofit changed three veterans' and their service dogs' lives.
Matt sits down to interview Bethany Teague — the Storyteller for the Click & Pledge Foundation — about filming documentaries, video storytelling, and the upcoming pledgeTV Film Festival.
"Project Home: Roots" is a story in collaboration with the Fluvanna County Meals On Wheels and Habitat For Humanity programs.