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The Official Trailer For SHADOWS ON THE ROAD Has Arrived! Watch It Here.

It’s hard to believe it’s already been nearly a year and a half since we went into production for Shadows On The Road. The process of making this feature was extremely unconventional, challenging, and intense at times, but also one of the most rewarding experiences of my career. As we near the finish line and get ready to release the film into the world, the time has come to share our official trailer.

In the coming weeks I will have some big news about the feature, which I can’t share just yet! In the mean time, for those of you that have been following along with this journey, here’s a little taste –

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Be sure to check back soon for more updates on the film!

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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!

16 Comments

  • per merakerli
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    so…….where is thefilm ?

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    • I recently took it off some platforms, but will be putting it back on soon.

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  • Jay Bax
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    Hello,

    I hesitate between cinema optics “sigma” or optics “celere” I can not decide I’m looking for a vintage look style “cooke” with beautiful skin colors and I was impressed by your film.

    And I would like to know what project you filmed with the sigma cinema.

    I would like to choose between the two lenses.

    Thanks

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    • Thanks Jay! This whole film was shot on the Sigma cinema lenses. Almost everything was on the 18-35.

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  • Looks great. I am looking forward to watching it.

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  • Johan Buys
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    WOW!! it really does look amazing. I will always be a fan of the indi community. If someone wants to do the same as a beginner , they should try https://bit.ly/2JCJwsT. I have been using it for a year now and it works great!

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  • Jean-Louis
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    Fantastic! I always admire the way you select your color palette.

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  • Rallo
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    Great work Noam! You’ve always been the man! I can’t wait to see the film because it looks interesting. Also thanks for your contribution to the indie film community. You give us hope, wisdom and inspiration.

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    • So kind of you to say, Rallo! Thanks for all your enthusiasm and support.

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  • Arnie
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    Gorgeous and haunting, with a strong sense of sisterhood. Great work, Noam.

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  • Rob Hardy
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    Oh man, this looks awesome Noam! Can’t wait to see it!

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    • Thanks Rob! Looking forward to sharing it with you soon.

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