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    Mitchell Launches Young Filmmakers Short Pitch Competition at the Bentonville Film Festival, May 5-9, 2015 Mitchell Launches Young Filmmakers Short Pitch Competition at the Bentonville Film Festival, May 5-9, 2015

    Mitchell Launches Young Filmmakers Short Pitch Competition at the Bentonville Film Festival, May 5-9, 2015

Mitchell Launches Young Filmmakers Short Pitch Competition at the Bentonville Film Festival, May 5-9, 2015

Mitchell Communications Group (Mitchell), a proud sponsor of the first-ever Bentonville Film Festival (BFF), is looking for imaginative young filmmakers 21 and under to pitch a short film concept at the Mitchell booth during the festival. Entrants will have 30 seconds to deliver a creative pitch for producing a film over the next 12 months. “Mitchell is an agency with an entrepreneurial and creative spirit at its core,” said Sarah Clark, president of Mitchell and a BFF juror. “We are proud to support the Bentonville Film Festival by launching a young filmmakers pitch competition to inspire the next generation of visual storytellers.”
  • 10 Creative Installations We Love
    10 Creative Installations We Love 10 Creative Installations We Love

    10 Creative Installations We Love

10 Creative Installations We Love

In an era where the influencer is king, brands are becoming more creative about how to engage with consumers. The following creative installations are some of our favorite examples of brands engaging their consumers in unusual ways. All of these campaigns create memorable experiences that consumers want to talk about and share online. 1. Not Normal Mini Cooper celebrated the “not normal” relationship Mini fans have with their cars. Billboards on London’s Cromwell Road flashed real time personalized messages to Mini drivers, offering a fill-up, a free wash, or even flowers to take home to their significant other. Our
  • Periscope-Blog-Fin
    Live Streaming is Not the Future. It is Now. Live Streaming is Not the Future. It is Now.

    Live Streaming is Not the Future. It is Now.

Live Streaming is Not the Future. It is Now.

On a cloudy morning, 48 people are watching me walk on the beach from my mobile phone. Simultaneously, users from all over the world are asking me questions about marketing, baseball and social media. This was my first day on Twitter’s newest app, Periscope, which allows for mobile live streaming. A similar app, Meerkat, was all the talk at this year’s SXSW. Attendees were sharing live events from workshops to concerts. On the way to Austin, our plane was delayed and my seatmate, R Ray Wang, pulled out his phone and we began sharing our experience on Meerkat. As we discussed the app and its capabilities, one thing became clear. Live streaming is […]
  • Virtual Team
    Virtual Teams: From Uncertainty to the Way of the Future Virtual Teams: From Uncertainty to the Way of the Future

    Virtual Teams: From Uncertainty to the Way of the Future

Virtual Teams: From Uncertainty to the Way of the Future

As few as five years ago, virtual teaming was hardly the undisputed way of the future. According to a report developed for the Association for Talent Development, factors such as language difficulties, distance, time-zones, cultural differences and personal communication styles seem to make virtual work … well … complicated. But don’t throw in the towel just yet. Our virtual comrades aren’t suffering quite the same pains as they once were. Technological advances are largely to credit. The development of advanced video infrastructure, platform compatibility and more are changing the game. Heck, we have HD and the Cloud, right? And these advancements have eased our virtual belly aches. But for most […]