Building a Sustainable Filmmaking Career
March 19 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
In this presentation, independent filmmaker Noam Kroll will outline his key principles for building and sustaining a career as a content creator today. Using real world examples from his narrative feature films which have been produced on micro-budgets and self-distributed, Noam will break down the fundamental steps any filmmaker can follow to create, sell, and market their work to a global audience.
- The Freelancing Trap
- Fundamentals of a Sustainable Career
- Case Study: Original Content Production
- 5 Actions To Strengthen Your Career Today
Noam Kroll is an award winning film director, cinematographer & colorist based out of Los Angeles, California. His work can be seen regularly at international film festivals, on network television, and in various publications across North America and Europe.
Originally breaking into the entertainment industry as a DP and editor, Noam developed a very distinctive visual style early on in his career which continues to fuel his creative work. After many successful years of directing his own short and feature film content, he formed Creative Rebellion, a full service post-house that has been instrumental in the completion of hundreds of films, commercials, and television programs.
As part of an effort to give back to the creative community, Noam launched a blog – www.noamkroll.com – in the fall of 2012 which has since grown to become a burgeoning resource for independent filmmakers, producers, cinematographers, photographers, and editors alike. His educational and inspiring articles are continually released through prominent industry publications, news sites and popular blogs. Currently, Noam is developing his feature film titled “Ivy” which is slated to shoot later this year.
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