Where we help creative writers and filmmakers craft their dream
Uncovering your story
Online brand building
Script & Storyboard Consulting
Production and Processing
Uncovering Your Story
Most often we go about our craft without thinking of the 'Why'. The reason you have become a writer or filmmaker is extremely personal and unique. Importantly, this informs your artistic decisions and career direction.
Tellable will work with you to analyse and understand your unique personality, why your craft is relevant to your audience and how we can define your story that you can share with your community and grow your following.
Online Brand Building
Your story precedes you. In this age when people browse through social profiles before connecting with a person, an interesting online presence is essential to make a rewarding first impression.
Tellable will build a personal brand strategy to communicate your story, optimize your social media profiles and craft multimedia content you can use to demonstrate credibility, grow your network and find opportunities.
Sweating over a book alone, be it a novella, novel or non-fiction, is not romantic beyond a point. After some time, stale creativity and a monotony of perspective set in.
Tellable will constructively collaborate with you to fully understand your story and maintain a constant supply of fresh perspective and round, red, plump creativity. Of course without puncturing what is the soul of your story.
To best communicate your personal idea to the world you chose storytelling, like the genius writers before you, and have completed the first draft. Cheers!
Tellable will now listen to your version of the story, do a thorough review of the draft, compare and ask two questions: Is the idea being communicated? What more could be done to improve the storytelling?
These questions will lead to doctoring of character, setting and pace to achieve effective storytelling.
We would have to make the script shoot-ready.
I thought it was.
No. A second eye will go a long way.
They turn to Saito.
Screenplay coverage for any genre of story we are writing.
Surely some three-act structure template advice?
Not if they disliked templates themselves. They listen to our idea and give personalized feedback.
Cobb chews this over. Arthur comes over.
It'd have to be a visual company too.
A screenplay is not complete by itself. Once written, it waits to be shot. It is literature for the screen and so the writing has to be completely visual. The company must provide the imagination and vocabulary for this.
I gave Tellable the script and the end-to-end filmmaking responsibilities. Everything from shot list to editing.
Everyone turns to Saito.
It seemed... neater.
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