Introduction to all producers do, from development to distribution. Sign on for this 4 hour workshop that navigates students through introductory-level producing.
Paying someone to breakdown your script elements properly can be very expensive. If you want to be a good producer, assistant director, or production manager, it all starts with understanding this process.
Telling a visually appealing story is a labor of love. But capturing the right composition doesn’t just happen behind the camera; it’s a process that starts at pre-pro and continues well into post.
Producing creative content is a labor of love. For many artists, developing a concept can take months or even years. Buried in the creative process, many filmmakers forget the legal side of crafting original content. Each year numerous I.P. lawsuits are filed, with some carrying settlements as high as $150,000 or more!
The art of film is not only what you see, but what you hear as well. From sound composition to foley work, the mood of any great movie is set by the audio component.
Proper development can make or break your chances of raising funds, finding a recognizable cast, getting the best crew and equipment necessary, and finding distribution. Proper development is crucial to success.
Attendees from the Breaking Down a Script class will take their breakdowns and learn to schedule efficiently, as well as effectively. You’ll learn what to look for and how to create a solid schedule from which to budget.
Whether you’re looking to rent your home or business, rent your equipment / furniture / clothing / musical instruments, etc., or provide a service to those in the film business, this workshop will explain what to look for in contracts, what insurance paperwork you should require, and what to expect in general in this 24 hours a day, 7 day a week service industry.