On this episode, I am joined by Noam Tomaschoff (yes, another Noam!), to talk about his upcoming debut feature film Tankhouse. While many filmmaker’s first features are bootstrapped on a micro-budget using DIY tactics, Noam was able to defy the odds on Tankhouse by raising a large enough budget for a 30 – 40 person crew, and strong ensemble cast featuring known actors like Christopher Lloyd and Richard Kind.
Throughout the interview, Noam walks us through each critical step of his process – from fundraising to post-production and beyond. He also generously shares some tough lessons he learned on set in the first week of production that offer invaluable insight to virtually any first time filmmaker.
This is Episode 120: Landing Financing, Booking Name Talent, And Directing a Debut Feature Film With Director Noam Tomaschoff
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