The filmmakers first step is to understand the relationship between the script and the budget. The two must “match” in order to have enough (but not too much) money for the production.
Three basic steps to understanding and implementing the relationship.
- HOW TO CUT THE BUDGET
- HOW TO CUT THE SCRIPT
- HOW TO MATCH THE PAIR
Before there can be a production, before there’s even a budget, there has to be a schedule. Here’s how and why.
This course is information-dense, hands-on and
packed with the details every filmmaker must know.
- WHAT TO CONSIDER
- WHAT TO AVOID
- HOW TO GET STARTED
- LINING A SCRIPT
- THE LOGIC OF A SCRIPT
- SETUPS PER SCENE
- WHAT TAKES TIME ON SET
- SEVEN SCHEDULING DANGER
- SEVEN RULES FOR SCHEDULING
- BALANCING COSTS & TIME
With the script trimmed to shape and the schedule exactly right, it’s finally time to make a budget. But how?
- HOW IS IT DONE
- WHAT DO THE PROS KNOW
- STARTING WITH STUDIO-APPROVED TEMPLATES
- WHERE TO SAVED
- WHERE TO HIDE RAINY DAY MONEY
This is the heart of filmmaking. And the information is absolutely essential!
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