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In world with Vine, Snapchat, and Twitter, how can creatives capture attention to make their voices heard?
In this 99U talk, best-selling author and founder of VaynerMedia Gary Vaynerchuk breaks down how our work can cut through our current “A.D.D. Culture” — One where we binge-watch entire television seasons in one sitting and prefer texting to phone calls.
“We’ve gotten to a point where everything is on our time,” says Vaynerchuk, “So why is everyone storytelling like it's 2007 in a 2014 world?” The best digital storytellers, he says, use the social media to “hook” audiences in for the deeper stuff. We should give, give again, and give some more before ever asking for anything from our community. “We have to start respecting the nuances of every platform.”
Please note: This talk contains adult language.
About Gary Vaynerchuk
Already considered a quintessential maven of modern-day marketing, Gary Vaynerchuk is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author as well as a self-trained wine and social media expert.
Gary has appeared on countless programs from Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Ellen to MSNBC, CNBC, CNN and NPR. He was also notably featured in Decanter Magazine’s 2009 Power List which lists the 50 most influential people in wine. In 2009, Gary was named Innovator of the Year at Wine Enthusiast’s Wine Star Awards as well as one of Askmen.com’s 49 Most Influential Men of 2009.
Gary’s ultimate goal is to own the New York Jets. Although his various businesses obviously play an enormous role in his life, he always puts his family first.
'Impossible Light' is a feature-length documentary by Jeremy Ambers that follows Internationally renowned Artist, Leo Villareal, as he attempts to install an iconic fine art sculpture using 25,000 LED lights on the Western Approach of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
To learn more about this film, visit our Facebook Page: facebook.com/ImpossibleLight
For more information about the Bay Lights visit thebaylights.org
Built from an old Renault Garage in the center of Paris, near Place de la Bastille, Alain Ducasse's new chocolate factory was created with the willingness to get back to the roots of chocolate making : a careful, slow and patient work, craftsmanship and machines being as one. This short film gives us a vision of chocolate like we never see it, rough and sensual at the same time.
Director : Simon Pénochet
Director of photography : Yann Tribolle
Producer : Pierre Baussaron
Production company : Blast production
Music: Flairs / Third side record
Music: The New Lobby Boy by Alexandre Desplat
"Retrospective" is a short round-trip, that takes one through places, moments, ways of life and social fabrics - whilst passing continents.
This is a short edit with footage from my last projects. It gives a hint, on how diverse life can be, which is what I tried to carve out, with that first attempt. I welcome any feedback!
Thank you for watching!
To see more of the different places, just watch the "Future Megacities" series: vimeo.com/channels/futuremegacities
source: 5DM2, 5DM3, GH2, GoPro Hero3
by Marcus Mangeot
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A five minutes reflection of a young man about the climate change he has been feeling, during his short life on Earth. vimeo.com/90242158
Please check out my last video. This is not again a movie about New York, This is something else, something different...about people and places of New York at a particular moment just before vanishing.
Something about the spirit of the city.
Hope you like it :-)