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We're Thrilled to Welcome Entertainment Executives Kymn Goldstein & Marc Evans to the StoryFit Team

We had our best year ever and we're expanding! Please join us in welcoming two brilliant executive team members to the StoryFit tribe, Kymn Goldstein, who will head-up sales, and Marc Evans, our new COO.

Join Our Can't Miss Webinar  -  Culture Shock: How COVID Changed the Supply and Demand of Streaming

As the global outbreak of COVID-19 continues to push human behavior in many directions, we're studying changes in content preferences.

Julie Rieger, Former Fox President, Chief Data Strategist, and Head of Media, to join the Board of Directors

We're thrilled to announce the appointment of former 20th Century Fox President, Chief Data Strategist, and Head of Media Julie Rieger to the board of directors. Julie has overseen record-breaking movie revenues including Avatar, Deadpool, Deadpool 2, The X-Men trilogies, The Martian, The Ice Age movies, Planet of the Apes, and others. In her 10 years at Fox, her efforts oversaw the release of 221 movies totaling almost $14 billion in domestic revenue.

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Learn About Our SXSW 2021 Panel Submissions

We submitted three panels to SXSW this year. Below is the synopsis and the links to the SXSW profile page.

Watch The Webinar! Character Research for a New Age of Storytelling

“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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