Highly Recommended


A film about fear, hope and digital culture.

Have you seen this documentary yet? It is amazing. You might have heard that the creative landscape is changing. Some talk about a digital revolution. Others talk about a natural evolution. These changes affect everything. From creation to distribution, from artist to consumer.

Press Pause Play offers you a deep glance into the cultural democracy in our reality. With many interviews (from Moby & Robyn to Scott Belsky & Seth Godin) of some of the world’s most influential creators of the digital era, this really is a must-see documentary.

I just wanted to highly recommend it, in case you hadn’t heard of it. Watch the documentary online or visit the Press Pause Play YouTube channel with extra interviews.

PS: More information about Scott Belsky after the jump!

Last week, I visited the Creativity World Forum in Hasselt, which was perfectly organised by Flanders DC. Scott Belsky, who is also featured in the Press Pause Play documentary, was one of the keynote speakers at this event. He is the founder and CEO of Behance, a company that develops products and services to organize the creative world. If you are looking for inspiration, the Behance website might be a good internet place for you. Scott’s presentation was one about Making Things Happen. This is also the title of his book, which is now on top of my ‘to read’ list. You can find his main tips about Making Things Happen in this PDF download.

Scott believes that the greatest breakthroughs across all industries are a result of creative people and teams that are especially productive. As such, Scott has committed his professional life to help organize creative individuals, teams, and networks. Watch his Press Pause Play interview here:

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