Noam Argov is a National Geographic Explorer and independent filmmaker. In the indy space, Noam focuses on documentary films and television series, with a foray into some narrative projects coming soon. In the commercial space, she mostly partners with major outdoor, travel and tech companies for branded content, telling adventure stories from a human interest perspective (read: her latest film for an outdoor brand was about a baby).
Noam’s documentary short "Running Across California" premiered with Outside Online and Maine Outdoor Film Festival, and was featured on National Geographic through the "Women of Impact" campaign. Her latest documentary short "My Dear Kyrgyzstan" premiered in competition at the Oscar-qualifying 2019 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, screened at the Oscar-qualifying 2019 Atlanta Film Festival, and will be launching online this summer. Noam has participated in the Ignite programming at the Sundance Film Festival and in the Filmmaker Workshop at Banff Mountain Film Festival, and her affiliations include the Video Consortium, Cinefemme, and Women in Media. Her films often center on quirky heroes who defy the stereotypes of their reality, leaving on questions that generate tough conversations about attitudes, identity and our relationship with the world. No matter the project, Noam is driven by unassuming people doing the unique and incredible, whether they're a composer, editor or a character in a story.
Some media outlets and brands Noam has worked with are National Geographic, Smithsonian Channel (CBS & Showtime), The North Face, Merrell, Adidas/Terrex, and Google.
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