Telling Your Story on Film

by Peter D. Marshall

This article was written for Cause CT.

“Charities have resources and constituencies. But they are typically terrible at storytelling, the very element they need to grow their constituencies and resources. All around are “starving artists” with the inexpensive digital tools and talent to tell their stories. Film schools, let alone professionals, are producing film projects that could be put to work for the benefit of a cause.

Imagine your own freely accessible outlets for such an independent  film: your Website and social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter), house parties, Public Access cable television, a DVD in your press kit and major donor packet, a screening at your annual gala (if a short) or even standalone screenings (for full-length).”

Read the rest of this article from Cause CT.

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