JavaTalk: Using Video to Connect to the Heart

Friday, November 17, 2017
9:00 am10:00 am
Turbine Flats Cafe, 2124 Y Street, Lincoln

Now more than ever before, non-profits have the potential to use video as a powerful tool to get their message out to the world. But what does it take to create a compelling video? What are some tools and resources to help non-profits get started with video production? How do you make your message stand out from the noise and reach the hearts of the viewers?

Our speaker, Bill Griepenstroh, first started making videos as a teenager just for fun, but it quickly grew into much more. He simply wanted one thing: to get better. That began a journey and a pursuit of excellence that continues to this day.

From being a one-person video team at a summer camp, then working with a full production team at Reliant Studios and consultant for Nonprofit Film School, continuing to freelance film and edit, and now serving as a full-time video maker at Lincoln Berean Church — he has experiences to share! Bill's work with non-profits has given him unique perspectives about the value of video.

Friday, November 17, 9-10 AM
New Location: Turbine Flats, Cafe (Main Floor)
Free parking is available on the west side of the building; please enter through the south entrance.

Coffee and meeting venue sponsored by Destinations Coffee House and Turbine Flats

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