Social Media Tips for Artists, Filmmakers and Creatives | NEVER SETTLE Filmmaker, Noam Kroll
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Interview with Los Angeles based filmmaker and thought leader, Noam Kroll, offering his insight and tips for creatives using social media. Does it hurt, harm, destroy, inspire, promote, offer opportunity? Perhaps, all? And, how does one balance what is too much, or not enough, to continue to value the art, and be able to drive an audience?
Noam Kroll has worked in the film and television industry in many different capacities over the years, but primarily as a director, cinematographer and colorist. He got his start by writing and directing his own short film content which led Noam to work on music videos, advertising campaigns, and eventually feature film work. Noam's approach to filmmaking has always been quite hands on given his background in cinematography and post-production, which has led him to DP and edit many of his own projects. Read more about Noam and his work here.
View addition resources from Noam Kroll's website here, with an extensive blog, incredibly useful newsletter, and loads of resources and eCourses for filmmakers:
Psssst! I originally connected with Noam reading up on his blogs — I was hooked, this man knows his creative chops!
Watch the interview on LiveFreeTV: https://youtu.be/U5lQhnSqeYM
About the Host:
Sara Quiriconi is an actress, artist, entrepreneur and creative storyteller, inspired and driven to empower others to be resilient, never settle, live well and live free.