Stage 360 an outré content reference

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Outré is a production company that aims to change the artistic landscape locally and globally by creating captivating content, utilizing digital and interactive spaces to curate content and pioneering innovative means of engaging with our audiences. We are a fully black owned enterprise that's searheading platforms for young filmmakers and content creators to find jobs and develop their skills in the film and media industry.

Outré Projects

Here are links to various projects that we have been involved in. These projects range from independent work done under the company to corporate videos commissioned by clients.

Lush Festival: 2016
J&B Hive: The Banter Show Interview
Blacknation Video Network: Joseph The Rapper Promo
Cece's Diary: Coffee Shop
Dibi: Balance Music Video
The Show: Tomson Ncube Fashion Lookbook
Black Twitta Skit: da Nkandla Heist

Stage 360 References

Below, you will find some stylistic references we had in mind for the Stage 360 project. We are open to discussing the visual style and narrative in more detail but we felt that this would be a good starting point.

With regards to the look of the Stage 360 process, we want to take a Viceland approach to the documentary and all other related content pieces. We want the content to be engaging, punchy, tense and humourous - taking the audience through an authentic story filled with personality and style.

With regards to the individual artist profiles, we want to take a personal and intimate approach that is visually dynamic, as we take the audience on a journey filled with heart, sweat and tears. We want to be careful of not falling into the trap of making every profile generic - we want to feed off the artist's energy and persona in order to create an authentic experience for the audience to watch.

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