The Future of StoryTelling is a passionate community of people from the worlds of media, technology, and communications who explore how storytelling is evolving in the digital age. Each year we host a two-day summit in New York City that brings together top executives, world-renowned creatives, and cutting-edge technologists to have conversations about the changing landscape of media.
During the course of the podcast, we will be releasing a series of conversations between FoST founder and director Charlie Melcher and some of the world’s brightest storytellers, focusing on how stories can help provoke positive and lasting change in the world.
Weta Workshop co-founder and creative director Richard Taylor discusses the art of handcrafted movie magic and why craft is so important, even in an industry increasingly dominated by CGI.
To learn more about Richard and Weta Workshop, visit https://futureofstorytelling.org/story/richard-taylor-ep-35
Hall of fame speaker and performance coach Victoria Labalme shares lessons learned over a wide-ranging career in the performing arts and discusses her new book, "Risk Forward."
To learn more about Victoria and order your copy of "Risk Forward," visit https://futureofstorytelling.org/story/victoria-labalme-ep-34
Sarah Ellis and Robin McNicholas
Sarah Ellis of the Royal Shakespeare Company and Robin McNicholas of Marshmallow Laser Feast discuss the two companies' virtual interactive adaption of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
To learn more about Dream, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and Marshmallow Laser Feast, visit https://futureofstorytelling.org/story/sarah-ellis-robin-mcnicholas-ep-33
Meow Wolf cofounder and director Vince Kadlubek discusses the history and philosophy behind Meow Wolf's unique brand of immersive storytelling. To learn more about Vince and Meow Wolf, visit https://futureofstorytelling.org/story/vince-kadlubek-ep-32
Multi-talented creative and Durham city council member Pierce Freelon discusses the intersections of political movements and storytelling. To learn more about Pierce, visit https://futureofstorytelling.org/story/pierce-freelon-ep-31
Yoni Bloch, founder and CEO of interactive video startup eko, discusses the artistic and commercial applications of branching narrative in storytelling.
To learn more about Yoni and eko, visit https://futureofstorytelling.org/story/yoni-bloch-ep-30
A little bit of FoST for each month…
After attending several FoST Summits in the past few years, I’m glad for the chance to bring Future of Storytelling’s curated conversations into more of my year.
Love the podcast
Fantastic host and curation of speakers and subject matter 🎙 Enlightening and inspiring — was hoping to attend FOST in person but this maybe is the next best thing. As a storyteller in brand I love the variety of guests and stories shared on FOST.