Free Webinar: Storytelling With a Marketing Twist
Join us for a new webinar series Midnight Media Capture: Storytelling with a Marketing Twist on Monday, April 8, at 11:59 pm, with producers/hosts and NYWIFT members Giovanna Aguilar and Nicole Franklin. Learn best practices for effective storytelling and marketing strategies that will help capture audiences.
Storytelling With a Marketing Twist Webinar
When: April 8, 11:59 pm
Where: On your home computer, with NYWIFT registration pass
This midnight webinar series brings storytelling tools to a corporate audience of advertising, marketing and film professionals, forming a community of storytellers who explore methodologies for engaging, capturing and influencing audiences across media. Guest Q’orianka Kilcher (Pocahontas in Terence Malick’s The New World) will headline the 45-minute webinar which will explore audience engagement through cross-platform media strategies. She will share strategies for audience engagement during different stages of production.
NYWIFT attendees of the April webinar will be invited to register for the May webinar at the early-bird discounted price.
When: April 9, 5:30 pm (Happy Hour)
Where: Details will be sent to participants in the webinar.
Join us for a reception hosted by Midnight Media Capture (MMC) and co-sponsored by AXA Financial and NYWIFT to celebrate the Montclair Film Festival (April 29 - May 5). Once you register for the webinar, you'll receive an email invite to the reception.
About Midnight Media Capture
MMC supports and promotes flexible learning opportunities and intellectual endeavors that reflect our pedagogy, and which aligns to a world continually interconnected and reliant on communications as a response mechanism to the interests and needs of communities—the consumer—across industries and around the world. MMC is the target destination for film industry professionals (experienced storytellers expanding into corporate and industrial branding, and sponsored content producers connecting storytelling through lifestyle experiences); multinational companies (marketing, advertising, and PR departments); the DIY Entrepreneur (business development, social or causal development and visibility, and team members).
NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Mar. 20, 2013