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for Facilitated Discussion

Using modern concepts of visual communication, combined with intricate storing-telling techniques, we construct video content that presents your message both effectively and cost-effectively. 

We have found that overly produced and slick videos often come across as inauthentic, and solicit cynicism. 

Our work captivates the viewer by using imaginative styles of filmmaking to efficiently examine the substance of any interaction. We focus on truth rather than realism, inspiring participant ownership and validating the practicality of your message. 

Remember those old training videos? 

We don’t do that.


for Experiential Training

With virtual, hybrid, and in-person options, we use imaginative staging techniques, sophisticated scenarios, and professional actors to create drama that reflects the complexity of the workplace environment. 

We feel interactive drama has become too routine, lacking in creativity and innovation, and basically un-dramatic.

By prioritizing the drama, we engage the participants’ thoughtful curiosity and emotional intelligence. We direct our actors and guide facilitators to foster an enjoyable, safe and challenging environment to ensure the conversations continue long after the training is over.

Remember when you had to do role-play?

We don’t do that.

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for E-Learning Programs

We map out story-based narratives, combining authentic situations with three-dimensional personalities, immersing  the user in a thought-provoking journey determined by their own decision-making.

We believe the ‘click-then-quiz’ model creates experts in drag & drop activities, not in human interaction. 

Rather than providing correct/incorrect feedback, we engage the user to discover the impact of their decisions. Authentic stories from the workplace allow us to learn and become empowered with efficiency, and these narratives are at the core of our E-Learning content. 

Remember when you had to tick the box?

We don’t do that.

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