As the Clinton Global Initiative kicks off their last annual meeting, Courtney Spence reflects on her formative years with the organization and the inspiring people she met along the way.
CSpence Group is looking for an experienced filmmaker in the and editor in the Chicago area to shoot and edit one 15-Second cut for social media distribution, and to provide us with footage which we will use for a Behind The Scenes reel.
Less than one week left to register for the AIA I Look Up Challenge! For ideas and inspiration, check out the 2015 winners.
Register today for the second annual I Look Up Film Challenge in collaboration with the American Institute of Architects. This film challenge builds on the success and momentum of last year’s spectacular entries to once again challenge filmmakers to share the stories of architects transforming communities and the world through the power of design. It’s time two great storytellers came together – filmmakers and architects – to shine a light on the innovative design work being done all over the country. Register to compete for up to $5,000 in prizes and the chance to see your film premiere at the Architecture and Design Film Festival and SXSW Eco. Learn more and join the challenge.
You watched the films, picked your favorite, and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award. Now, we are proud to introduce the winner of the People’s Choice Award for the 2015 Look Up Film Challenge: “Mixed Plate Hawaii” and trio team Kaoru Lovett, Graham Hart, and Ronald Ribao!
CSpence Group is seeking a filmmaker/editor to assist Chris Donohoe, a singer-songwriter in the production of a music video for "Innocents," a political song about the profound impact that gun violence has on our lives.
After an intensive and inspiring journey, we are proud to introduce the winners of the 2015 Look Up Film Challenge. With only 16 days to produce one film, each team brought truly unique perspectives to architecture and filmmaking through their insightful films.
We all have our creative rituals that we swear by - that favorite playlist, sacred thinking spot, or strong cup of coffee in the morning - but the truth is that creating new ideas is like plunging into a dark unknown abyss. Inspiration and creativity comes and goes in waves and is seemingly unpredictable. Nevertheless, when that one good idea hits us, it has the impact to change our way of thinking entirely. But how can those insights be harvested? In the hopes of cracking some of these insights to boost creativity, here are 5 universal tips to help you produce your best work possible.
We are excited to introduce the Look Up Film Challenge Finalists. These talented teams will be in the running for the chance to win $3,000 in cash prizes and awards, including two roundtrip tickets to Austin, Texas, and film badges for the SXSW festival. Find the teams, their locations, a short description of their films, and sneak peek photos.