How to Create Video Storytelling That Actually Tells a Story

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A film critic, while comparing director Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematic style to that of modern movie makers, said that modern film relied too heavily on dialog to tell the story and less so on the other components of film such as audio and visual imagery. The same can be said for modern video journalism that relies on soundbites and interviews to communicate a story.

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