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List of 25 Golden Fleece Movies

List of 25 Film in the Golden Fleece Category you should watch if this is the genre you write in.

For the full explanation of this category check out Blake Snyder’s “Save the Cat” book on screenwriting.

  1. Race to Witch Mountain
  2. Mighty Ducks
  3. The Martian
  4. Sahara
  5. Cool Runnings
  6. Ocean’s Eleven
  7. National Treasure
  8. Jason and the Argonauts
  9. Lara Croft
  10. A League of Their Own
  11. Rocky
  12. Remember the Titans
  13. Coach Carter
  14. The Wizard of Oz
  15. Saving Private Ryan
  16. Raiders of the Lost Ark
  17. Star Wars saga
  18. Inception
  19. Back to the Future
  20. Warrior
  21. Road to Perdition
  22. The Fifth Element
  23. Major League
  24. The Karate Kid
  25. Little Miss Sunshine

Reverse – Short Film

Angela is a very lonely woman. She hasn’t been in a relationship for quite a while.

At the moment she spends most of her time trying to discover who she really is and what she really wants from life. At one point Angela decides to create a perfect man. For the creation to be as good as she would want to she uses magic. When the man appears in her life, he turns out to be an angel.

This is a story of self-discovery on both sexual and personal level that happens to every woman in her lifetime.


9 Vital Visual Content Creation Tips

If you are interested in creating visual marketing tactic think about the following:

  1. What is your message to your audience?
  2. What do you want your audiences and viewers see when they see your content?
  3. What is at least one major characteristic that you want your audience to associate with you and your visual content?
  4. Research on other brand and content videos in order to research their shooting styles. If you like the style you could copy it without having to spend lots of money while shooting.
  5. If you choose a certain stylistic approach and it isn’t working, change it. The change can be drastic or subtler, depending on your approach.
  6. Try to see what your audience likes about your content and try to recreate more of that. Interact with your audience asking them questions or get feedback from them before releasing your content.
  7. Please do remember that big brands have massive budgets to spend on content creation. It doesn’t necessarily mean the content is good in any way (I’m sure you can think of at least 10 dreadful commercials for the big brands’ merchandise); it just means that they have more resources to create the content and make it better visually (hopefully). Don’t compare yourself to those brands; you can only create content within your own means and skills, which will expand over time.
  8. Invest a significant amount of time in scripting or at least writing a treatment for your content. This way you will know what you are doing without wasting precious time. I really don’t mean 15-minute walk from the train station. It may be suitable for a 9-year old like my son, who in this way comes up with ideas for his short animation films.
  9. Be well prepared before you start creating.

People Don’t Like When You Change

Let’s be honest here; change is very scary for most of us and most people don’t like when others around them change.
I know it first handed since a lot has changed for me in the recent months, which made a lot of people around me incredibly uncomfortable. The disapproval of my inner change was very subtle, almost invisible at first but the more I noticed how people reacted to me or how they started avoiding me, the more I started questioning why people fear the unknown so much.
Instead of seeing a change as an act of bravery it is perceived as something negative and unwelcome in the society.

However, people change all the time, some people even choose to work very hard to change their ways and their lives.
In a society obsessed with perfection, the change is an enemy because it means that what was before wasn’t perfect.
I personally feel that modern society enjoys living in denial in many aspects of private, social, and political areas. Denial is much less threatening than change, even if down the line that very change may influence generations, environment, or perhaps just happiness of one person. For many, the change is like an unwanted guest they can’t get rid of.

Throughout human history, we have learnt that nothing would have ever been accomplished without actively searching for change.
And that’s why I believe that embracing change, which helps us not only evolve as species but also as individuals, is the only way forward for us. If your change starts making people uncomfortable and you lose friends so what, you will find new friends, friends of the person who you’re becoming. If your family doesn’t like that you are becoming fearless and outspoken, well… maybe no more Sunday roast for you for the time being.

You owe it to yourself; to accept the change that is brewing and growing in you. Fighting for your real self is not shameful or wrong and so worth sacrificing all the friendships that are toxic and limiting because the change is you and you is what counts the most.

What Did I Learn Over the Years Creating Content?

I have been creating online content since 2007 and back then nobody really knew how to market and promote stuff online. People simply didn’t know what really worked and what didn’t since it was way to early to tell. The initial advice was to be active and to be everywhere. To be active on social media is obviously a very good advice but to be everywhere with your content, not so much.
To this day a lot of marketing and promotional campaigns are modelled on what worked for some people who managed to go viral. However, as with pretty much, everything in life, not all that is in fashion should be followed religiously by all. If what you follow works, stick with it, if it doesn’t, it’s time to move on.

Over the years I have learned the following lessons:

-You can create:
visual content
audio content
written content
the mixture of all above as long as you are consistent with your message you are trying to put forward.

-You don’t need to limit yourself to using only one outlet for your content creation. It is often,  that people become experts in one field and have the sizeable following on one social media outlet before trying to conquer others.

– Be clear about what you want your content creation to help you achieve: more followers, more jobs, more friends etc. It will help you focus on how and what you should write or make visual content about.

-From my experience doing anything that doesn’t agree with you won’t work in a long run (I’ve been there and done that). Most likely you will put many hours in with very mediocre results if any.

-I realize that trying different marketing tactics to promote your content is time-consuming but you will never know what works and what doesn’t for you and your content if you only stick with one tactic. Of course, I’m not saying you should change your tactics every week or so. But if after 3 months or so you don’t see the results you would like it may be time to look for a different approach.

-The quality of your content, especially if you post videos on YouTube of FB, is also a marketing tactic. Depending who you are planning to attract your quality will be dependent on that.
Sometimes handheld, scruffy videos are what you want and need to maintain your style and to communicate with your audience. But if what you’re after is high concept, high-quality videos be prepared to fork out some big bucks as it will require serious financial and time resources. Of course, you can always find a way in between, right for you and your project.

-Whatever you decide you ought to be consistent. Of course, you can create various contents around several subjects that will require different styles. (think sitcom, docudrama, drama, thriller etc.).

-Your content is going to evolve together with you. So if you feel crazy and want to delete everything you have ever created don’t. Wait at least one more day before doing that.

-Sometimes the best thing you can do is to walk away from writing, editing or shooting for a few days. It really does help to clear your head and not drive you crazy, especially when you run out of ideas.

-Creating visual content takes time and sometimes the fact that it takes so long makes you want not to do it. In that situation, you can either hire someone to help you or have a limited number of episodes (if this is a weekly thing). Just remember taking too much time away from your content may cause you lose your motivation to carry on altogether.