Source: Noam Kroll Blog
Using scene coverage in unique or unexpected ways is one of theÂ most effective ways for you to leave your mark on a film. Filmmakers are often taught to simply cover their scenes with just a master and closeups, which oftenÂ leads to less interesting storytelling and less dynamic scenes, even thoughÂ better choices are readily available. Over the course of this episode, I outline some of my techniques for breaking away from traditional coverage, and explain how to use your unique voice as a filmmaker to discover more interesting methods of coverage, and connect with your audience far more effectively. I also outline some practical ways in which youÂ can approach coverage in prep, on set, and in post to ensure you are maximizing your creative results every step of the way. Take a listen to Episode 06:Â Mastering The Art Of Coverage As a Director Subscribe to this podcast via iTunes Subscribe to this podcast via Google Play Subscribe to this podcast via Stitcher Subscribe to this podcast via SoundCloud Subscribe to this podcast via RSS For more content like this, be sureÂ to follow me onÂ Instagram,Â Facebook,Â andÂ Twitter! 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 social media using the links below for more content like this!Read more at: PODCAST: Mastering The Art Of Coverage As a Director
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