Learning About Creating Stories From Cinema

Created: Tuesday, May 22, 2018, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:45 am

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Cinema is all about stories, and we have to admit that stories in presentations are a subject that’s only been widely talked about in recent years. So clearly, there is so much to learn from cinema, and then we can use that wisdom to create better presentation messages. But even I did not expect to find so much amazing information about stories in a feature that explores office spaces of Bollywood cinema directors! For example, here’s something I found in this feature: ”A lot of things have beginnings, middles, and ends — but that doesn’t make them stories”. If that wasn’t thought-provoking enough for you, how about this one: ”Suspense, tension, and conflict — these things shouldn’t be limited to specific genres”.

The feature I am talking about explores the office space of Rajkumar Hirani, a celebrated film director who shows his Mumbai office to a reporter. On the walls of his office, you will find these ideas listed everywhere.

Stories From Cinema 01

Stories From Cinema 02

Stories From Cinema 03

You can see the entire video here.

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