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Noam Kroll

Noam Kroll is an award winning LA based filmmaker and owner of the boutique production company, 'Creative Rebellion'.  Beginning his career as a picture editor, Noam maintained a strong sense of the editorial process as he later stepped into cinematography and directing. His diverse background led him to develop many new and innovative post-centric filmmaking techniques that he regularly shares on his blog -www.noamkroll.com

A decade of working in the entertainment industry has led to the completion of over a hundred productions, including many independent films that have been screened and awarded internationally, amongst dozens of other broadcast and commercial works. As a director, Noam is known for his hands on approach - acting as his own cinematographer and editor on the majority of his own productions. 

Currently he is in development for his second feature film, 'Brother Sister' which is slated to shoot in 2014.

March 3, 2014 Author:

Using only available light maybe a stylistic choice for your film project – but it must be executed well. In this post, I share 3 tips for effectively shooting with natural light. Read More

3 Simple Tips For Shooting With Available Light

  • January 6, 2014

    How To Develop A Festival Strategy For Your Film That Doesn’t Waste Time Or Money

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    Pinpoint which festivals are best for your film project and develop a solid application strategy. In this post, I share my own personal experiences in applying for both big league and small niche film festivals. Read More

  • December 13, 2013

    Breakdown Of The Major Online Indie Film Distribution Platforms

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    What’s the best way to generate views (and revenue!) for your indie film? In this post, we put popular video distribution platforms head-to-head. Learn the advantages/disadvantages of each…and which one is best for your film project. Read More

  • November 8, 2013

    How to Create a Low-Budget Film That Feels Like a Blockbuster

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    Just because you don’t have a big budget for your film your final product shouldn’t have to suffer. In this post, I share my first-hand experiences in creating a successful low budget film. Know the best way to allocate your time and money to give your low-budget film a big-budget result. Read More