Over the last year I’ve become a huge fan of podcasts and have learned so much by listening to them almost every day. I typically cycle between podcasts on filmmaking and business, and have genuinely been able to improve the way that I make films and run my production company as a result.
At the same time, it’s been hard to find podcasts that cover micro-budget filmmaking, which I see as a missed opportunity as there are so many DIY filmmakers out there that want to expand their horizons. With that in mind, I decided to fill that gap myself and officially launch a podcast of my own: Show Don’t Tell: A Podcast On Micro-Budget Filmmaking.
In the past I’ve experimented with podcasts here and there, and have even released some one off episodes on this blog. This time around however, I am committing to a weekly format and will be releasing new episodes every Thursday. Each episode will tackle a different facet of the micro-budget filmmaking process, and will speak to the true independent filmmaker.
While I will have the occasional guest on the podcast for an interview, right now the podcast is going to primarily be a one man show. It will serve as a new outlet for me to share additional and valuable content with all of you, while allowing me to get more in depth into topics that I already cover on the blog.
For the very first episode, I decided to create a companion piece to my recent article on developing a concept and script for a micro-budget production, and you can listen to it below!
Noam Kroll is an award-winning Los Angeles based filmmaker, and the founder of the boutique production house, Creative Rebellion. His work can be seen at international film festivals, on network television, and in various publications across the globe. Follow Noam on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for more content like this!