Video Storytelling for Nonprofit/Private Sector Missions

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Apr 13, 2014 Comments Off on Video Storytelling for Nonprofit/Private Sector Missions

Online Webinar
Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Storytelling stands as one of humanity’s most powerful tools for creating connection and emotion. And in recent years, video has become one of the most effective and widely used mediums for storytelling. Many non-profit and for-profit organizations have started creating videos to help advance their missions, but often produce content that does not achieve their goals. In this webinar, alumni Tessa Moran (C’06) and Ben Crosbie (C’06), founders of DC-based Eidolon Films, will share the components of making successful video stories.

This webinar will help you identify:
-Your organization’s audience and goals.
-Common pitfalls of ineffective video communications
-Effective storytelling techniques
-What to do before pressing record
-How to integrate video into a larger marketing campaign

Tessa Moran and Ben Crosbie are the husband and wife team of Eidolon Films, a DC-based award-winning documentary film production company that produces independent broadcast documentaries as well as videos for nonprofits and social businesses looking to inspire, educate and inform. Eidolon’s work has been broadcast on national PBS, screened in theaters, museums, cultural centers and before members of Congress. Their clients include Georgetown University, AIPAC, Results for Development Institute, Malteser International, DC Family Health and Birth Center, Washington Home & Hospice and Franciscan Charities, among others.

**This webinar is co-sponsored with the Georgetown Entertainment & Media Alliance**

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