Go Motion Launches Re-Visions, A Webinar Series On Video Creation And Production

Go Motion Launches Re-Visions, A Webinar Series On Video Creation And Production


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Led by Go Motion’s Co-Founder and Joint CEO, EJ Angeles, the webinar series will showcase various insights generated from actual firsthand experiences of industry professionals and guests, as well as real pandemic testimonials from creators and artists who managed to be productive while staying safe amidst the months-long lockdown. The first session will discuss the adjustments on doing remote video production, remote creative process, directing video production remotely, and tools that one should use in a remote setup.

Go Motion aims to share its leaders’ and managers’ perspectives on how brands, creatives, and production can be done safely and successfully, coming from the agency’s experience to sustain its business operations as the Luzon-wide lockdown was implemented last March. Go Motion shares how they ensured the safety and well-being of its employees and partners amidst the lockdown and how the restrictions have impacted the industry greatly.

“From the onset, Go Motion was able to quickly re-calibrate how we do things so that we can continue to deliver our promise for video narratives and content of brands entrusted to us. During the ECQ, we were one of the first to be able to mount multiple production and post-production work remotely and with great efficiency and success,” shares Joseph Teoxon, Managing Partner and one of Go Motion’s in-house directors. “With this, we are happy to share our best operation practices during the lockdown through our Re-Visions webinar series in order to help all local businesses and creative individuals out there to adapt to the new normal.”

The webinar series will also touch on the lean and mean production process, and tips on how to shoot with minimal crew and equipment, highlighting the effectiveness of a scaled-down production team during business operations.

The first part of the webinar series on July 22 will revolve around Moving to A Remote Process from Conceptualization to Full Production and it will be subsequently followed by an episode on August 4 sharing the wisdom behind Why Scaling Down Is the New Level-Up.

Visit https://bit.ly/GoMotionEventBrite for more details.

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