Congrats to Inocente for the Best Documentary Short Oscar nominee! A young woman with immense talent, Inocente paints bold, bright art that captured the attention of the nation and many hearts at FoST. Told in her own words, the documentary joins Inocente at a pivotal point in her life, when she decides to take control of her own destiny.
We had the privilege of hosting Inocente at the 2012 FoST Summit, as well as the honor of sending a copy of her original painting created at the event to all 300 attendees.
Announcing FoST Virtual Roundtables!
The inaugural FoST summit was just the first step to connecting people across the globe that are passionate about the art, science, and business of storytelling.
STARTING NEXT WEEK we’re continuing the conversations initiated at FoST by launching a weekly series of “Virtual Roundtables” lead by each of our 2012 speakers and powered by google+ Hangouts. Didn’t get to attend? or looking to reconnect with friends you made at the summit? Here’s your chance.
Join us and Local Projects Founder, Jake Barton, to discuss Collaborative Storytelling in the Digital Age. To tune in, RSVP to the Hangout on our Google Plus page: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/ckptamddoak1cn0h8rj8n96qq74
2013 Zeitguide is Out!
We love all the FoST Family shout outs in Grossman & Partners annual report about the ever-evolving conversation that is our culture. According to Zeitguide Creator and FoST Facilitator, Brad Grossman, the “Technology” section of the digital publication “oozed out of its tidy box” and found its way into just about every relevant topic for 2013. As storytellers, we can certainly relate.
FoST Advisors Beth Comstock of GE, Jeffrey Zurofsky of ‘wichcraft, and Rachel Shechtman of Story, all add their insights and predictions for topics such as “Data Gets Sexy” and “Enterprise Gets Social”.
Check out the report for yourself here: http://thezeitguide.com/newsletter/issues/zeitguide2013
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