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Background: AthloTech is a smart soccer system that conveniently provides measurable data to help players improve their game and compete against others around the world, without a private coach. The product is currently in development and the company needs a startup video that helps explain their product clearly to potential



  Original Web Series Brings Two Sides Together For Human-to-Human Conversation WHO: Amazing Studios, an award-winning video production, animation and music studio based in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, launched a new video series, presented in partnership with Officers Only by Bob Barker Company and the Fuquay-Varina Police Department. WHAT: The series, titled

Amazing Studios is hiring for a Director! Are you the one? If you are a creative genius who is a star at collaborative brainstorming, can lead innovative creative concepts to completion, and is experienced in film, editing and video production then you might be the next great addition to our

It was one year ago that I shared our first ‘State of the Studio’, outlining the growth and progress we had made in a brief 12 months. It was a moment I felt full of pride for what we had accomplished in video production, animation and music – and yet


After three weeks on the road, five cities,  and fourteen different companies, we delivered twenty-eight finished videos to Square 1 Bank. But let’s start at the beginning to see how early planning and clear objectives in pre-production helped to drive the success of this project. PROBLEM Square 1 Bank was

  Any Road Will Take You There When I started this blog post, I planned to tell the stories of two inspiring young people each on a very different path to find their passion in life and a career in film they love. Of course, like any classic tale of

Short films are a great, low-cost way to start making movies and show off your talents. It’s a tried and true art form that many hopeful producers use as a launchpad to bigger budgets and box-office hits. But over the years I’ve noticed several pitfalls that can ruin a short