We submitted three panels to SXSW this year. Below is the synopsis and the links to the SXSW profile page.
“Each writer starts differently, but the only valid way is start with character. Character IS plot. Character IS story.” --Eleanor Perry Great characters are memorable, dimensional, and distinct. They not only move the plot and story forward but they also leave a lasting impression on both creators and audiences. Great characters teach us about ourselves, and share lessons that we can learn to create better stories. Characters are what make and keep audiences, and they are the heart of what transforms a good script into a great one. When translated to the screen, you would be hard-pressed to find a successful movie that doesn't also have dynamic characters.
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Parasite’s Best Picture Win Is Historic for More than One Reason Parasite made history this year by becoming the first non-English-language film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. But as our Story Research Platform discovered upon analyzing the Parasite script, that’s not the only thing that sets it apart from the last 20 years of Best Picture winners. Here are our most interesting findings on
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New Financing to Leverage Advanced NLP Data Science, for Entertainment Marketing, Audience Segmentation, & Acquisition Decisions. AUSTIN, TX – March 13, 2019– StoryFit, a rapid-growth technology company which continues to break new ground providing predictive AI analytics for the publishing and entertainment industry today announced that it has raised $1.75 million in new funding, led
You are not going to want to miss our SXSW session: Creatives and Data-Scientist – Movie-Making BFFs? StoryFit at SXSW 2018 Join StoryFit as our team discusses the blooming relationship between creatives and data-scientists. Creative disciplines and artificial intelligence may appear to be antagonists but movie creatives are beginning to embrace technological innovation and its data. By exploiting machine