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The topic for this meeting is....

Telling the Right Story in Your Next Production

Whether its corporate, education, or an independent documentary - every video produced has a story. The challenge for companies and individuals is what story to tell to attract their audience and how to tell it to sell their idea or campaign. We will take a deeper look into the essentials of the preproduction process and discuss how to develop the story with your client that will drive their foundational message to their target audience. The content you choose to share, or not share, within your productions can mean the difference between a successful video that opens a bright future of sales, buy-in and relationship building or the possibility of your hard work being lost in abyss of digital media on the internet.

Anne Banister

A producer, editor, consultant, and most of all – a storyteller – Anne Banister has over a decade of experience in television and video production.  Believing video can be an effective way to educate and influence audiences she strives to partner with corporate companies, non-profit organizations, and independent film projects to produce powerful digital media tools for marketing, education, training, and fundraising. Her productions have opened the opportunity to partner with organizations all over the United States as well as work in Mexico, Haiti, and Nepal.

Originally from Butler, Pennsylvania she earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communication and Service Leadership from Waynesburg University. After moving to Colorado in 2009 she began teaching video production and digital storytelling at Red Rocks Community College. In 2013 she founded her own LLC, An AcB Production while working towards a Master's of Arts in International and Intercultural Communication from the University of Denver.

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