Film-Making Introduction

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A simple introduction for film-making. Explain the film-making process. For more info please visit www.createyourfirstmovie.com

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Film-Making Introduction

  1. 1. Film Making Introduction for Newbie By Eddie Tiong http://www.createyourfirstmovie.com/
  2. 2. Film making involves the employment of a largenumber of people and, at times, it has taken severalyears to complete.This is dependent upon the complexity of the subject,and the problems that come up while film making.
  3. 3. Film making is the process of making a film from astory idea you have yourself, or being hired by anotherto make a film.A film maker is in charge of script writing, shooting,editing and distribution to the public.
  4. 4. Stages of Film Making• The stages of film making are: Distribution • A distributor Post- takes the film production on, and it is shown to the Production • The film is public. edited, music, • The film maker sound effects, Pre-production shoots the film and any other in its entirety. effects are • This is preparing for shooting the added. Development film, crew and • The script is cast are hired, written and locations are formatted into a chosen, and the workable guide sets are built. for the film.
  5. 5. Development• The film makers idea, or a story found by the producer, is transformed into a usable script.• This story can come from many sources books, true stories, plays, other films, etc. When the theme is chosen, a step outline and synopsis is developed.• This will break the story down into scenes of one paragraph in length.• A treatment of 25-30 pages, is then prepared, describing the mood and characters of the story.
  6. 6. Development (Con’t)• The screenplay is then developed, this is edited as many times as needed to make the story viable.• A film maker may want to contact a film distributor at this time to assess the market for this type of film to assure its financial success.
  7. 7. Development (Con’t)• Hollywood distributors may be hard to sell, and will consider genre, target audience, the success of similar films, the directors of the film, and the actors that may appear in the film. DVD sales and distribution rights need to be taken into account.
  8. 8. Development (Con’t)• The film is then presented to film financiers. If they like what they see and hear from the pitch, financial backing is offered.• This can be offered from major film studios, the film council, or independent investors.
  9. 9. Pre-production• A production company is created and an office for the company is opened. The film comes to life with a story board and drawn out with the help of concept artists and talented illustrators. A film budget will be comprised at this time.• The film maker will hire a crew. The budget and type of film will determine the type and size of the crew.
  10. 10. Production• Production: The movie is filmed, and more crew will be hired. To help manage this stage of film making. The director is in charge of most of what happens on the set, but he will need to delegate responsibility to others until the film is done.
  11. 11. Post production• The film is edited for time and best shots using film and a mixture of film and video.
  12. 12. Distribution• The movie is released to theaters and duplicated according to need. Press kits, posters and other advertising materials are published to advertise the movie. A campaign to launch the film with much publicity is launched.• The movie will succeed or fail. Profits from this are divided between the production company, and the distributor.
  13. 13. Additional Info• Get Your Free Copy for Create Movie Complete Guide below http://www.createyourfirstmovie.com/

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