I just got done watching a rough cut of Whitestone Motion Picture’s newest short “Blood on My Name”.
Love the guys at Whitestone for lots of reasons, but the main reason is they concentrate on the story.
This particular short (“Blood on My Name”) had an ending that left the viewer asking questions. Questions that might not have come up during the film, but because of the ending came up all of assunden. This particular story got me thinking…
Why don’t we ask more questions?
Let the person experiencing our film, speech, blog post, religious event, etc, leave them wanting more.
I think far too often we try and wrap everything up in a neat little bundle. Let the people do the searching and the finding, leave your audience wanting more, leave them questioning.
Does this sound easy? It’s harder that you think.
I dare you to try it and see what happens.
Watch some films from Whitestome Motion Pictures Here