In the detail…

Jon Miles-Thomas facebooked this great video:

Edgar Wright – How to Do Visual Comedy from Tony Zhou on Vimeo.

It’s about the difference between typical comic movies scenes, and others where visual creativity has been applied. As the commentary points out, improvised performances typically slide towards people just talking to each other, and nearly always more drama is created with movement.

I think this is a great example of seeing opportunity in things that are seen as mundane and inconsequential. For facilitators, it’s so easy to allow business as usual and miss the opportunity for something more memorable.

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