New To Micro-Budget Filmmaking? Listen To This Podcast
There are a lot of podcasts on the subject of filmmaking.
And, I enjoy listening to most of them.
But the one I keep coming back to, over and over again, is “Show Don’t Tell: Micro-Budget Filmmaking” by Noam Kroll.
If you’re new to micro-budget filmmaking, here’s why I would recommend blocking 30 minutes per week to listen and study every episode:
Reason #1: It’s Practical.
Noam Kroll is an entrepreneurial filmmaker. He shares a lot of practical advice, tips and tricks to apply right away. This makes it easy for the listeners put in place the things they learn.
Make the most out of your limited budget.
Reason #2: It’s Focused on the Craft of Filmmaking.
The podcast is not only about budgeting, but also about the craft of filmmaking. Noam shares insights on storytelling, cinematography, sound, and editing.
All the essential skills for any filmmaker.
Reason #3: It features interviews with industry professionals.
Noam interviews successful micro-budget filmmakers & industry pros. They share their own experiences & insights, giving listeners a wide range of perspectives & ideas.
Shoutout to the Matt Osterman episode & his new film Bitcoin.
As a beginner, I promise — this is one of the most helpful resources on the internet to learn micro-budget filmmaking.
See you tomorrow. Matt Cici
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