SEE brings together the most intentional storytellers through their unique mediums to create an immersive night of impactful narratives.

It’s a signature blend of thoughtfully curated experiences through mediums like food, design, technology and music followed by a film premiere, talks by world-renowned speakers and incredible individuals who have mastered the craft of captivating an audience through story.

 
 

Experiences

 
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Tournant

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Ponderosa & Thyme

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Muse Storytelling

 
 

Keynote Speakers

 
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Paul Zak

World premier of the IN Band

 
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Marshall Davis Jones

delivers powerful poetry ...

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Patrick Moreau

proudly ...

 
 

Film Premiers

 
 
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Community

Team Okinawa

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As part of our first Muse Film School, Team New York was telling the story of a drug kingpin who went from selling millions of dollars worth of drugs to being a fitness entrepreneur.

Their character now runs Conbody gym, a series of fitness outlets that have prison-style workouts. Naturally, they wanted to tell the story of how he went from the street to the gym.

One key moment in his journey was a pitch on a Shark-Tank style show focused on investing in convicts.

Finding the footage of their character actually doing the pitch was a powerful way to convey this plot point in their film – much more powerful than trying to reenact a moment that already happened.

 
 
 

As part of our first Muse Film School, Team New York was telling the story of a drug kingpin who went from selling millions of dollars worth of drugs to being a fitness entrepreneur.

Their character now runs Conbody gym, a series of fitness outlets that have prison-style workouts. Naturally, they wanted to tell the story of how he went from the street to the gym.

One key moment in his journey was a pitch on a Shark-Tank style show focused on investing in convicts.

Finding the footage of their character actually doing the pitch was a powerful way to convey this plot point in their film – much more powerful than trying to reenact a moment that already happened.

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Movie Title

Team New York City

 

 

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Movie Title

Team Reykjavik   /   X mins X secs

As part of our first Muse Film School, Team New York was telling the story of a drug kingpin who went from selling millions of dollars worth of drugs to being a fitness entrepreneur.

Their character now runs Conbody gym, a series of fitness outlets that have prison-style workouts. Naturally, they wanted to tell the story of how he went from the street to the gym.

One key moment in his journey was a pitch on a Shark-Tank style show focused on investing in convicts.

Finding the footage of their character actually doing the pitch was a powerful way to convey this plot point in their film – much more powerful than trying to reenact a moment that already happened.

 
 
 

As part of our first Muse Film School, Team New York was telling the story of a drug kingpin who went from selling millions of dollars worth of drugs to being a fitness entrepreneur.

Their character now runs Conbody gym, a series of fitness outlets that have prison-style workouts. Naturally, they wanted to tell the story of how he went from the street to the gym.

One key moment in his journey was a pitch on a Shark-Tank style show focused on investing in convicts.

Finding the footage of their character actually doing the pitch was a powerful way to convey this plot point in their film – much more powerful than trying to reenact a moment that already happened.

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Movie Title

Team San Francisco

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Movie Title

Team Houston

   /   X mins X secs

As part of our first Muse Film School, Team New York was telling the story of a drug kingpin who went from selling millions of dollars worth of drugs to being a fitness entrepreneur.

Their character now runs Conbody gym, a series of fitness outlets that have prison-style workouts. Naturally, they wanted to tell the story of how he went from the street to the gym.

One key moment in his journey was a pitch on a Shark-Tank style show focused on investing in convicts.

Finding the footage of their character actually doing the pitch was a powerful way to convey this plot point in their film – much more powerful than trying to reenact a moment that already happened.

 
 

Closing Party