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  1. 1. We have got inspiration all around us. The inspiration canbe found in a magazine, newspaper, people, plays, filmsand even in books.
  2. 2. The idea is he most important stage out of the12 because If you don’t have an idea there isno film. Every film writer has an idea about theplot of the film. Also the writer would take partof a script to a director .If the director likes thescript he would tell the writer to bring him orwrite the rest of the script.
  3. 3. Development The director will give afinance is private investor thewhere they find script and if they like ithow much the they will invest somefilm would cost. money towards the production of the film. The producer can offer the future sale and broadcast rights to the film in return for money to develop the script.
  4. 4. Post production.As the processed footage comes in the editor assembles it into scenesand creates a narrative sequence for the film.Once the pictures is locked the sound department works on the audiotrack laying creating and editing every sound.After picture lock the rough sound mix goes to a dubbing theatre wherethe sound mixer sets the final levels.After the final cut the film reaches full lock it is now finished and readyfor duplication but who gets the final cut.
  5. 5. Sales To help her sell the film to distributors the producer secures the services of a sales agent a specialist in film sales. To help sell the film a frailer is made to show busy film buyers the most marketable aspects of the film. A high profile screening at one of the top film festivals can be great for generating heat around a film. The producer now has a hot product and can negotiate good deals with distributors around the world.
  6. 6. Marketing.Knowing the audience is essential and themarketing team runs test screenings to see howthe film is received.The potential audience for the film is targeting withposters cinema trailers TV spots and othermarketing materials.In order to get the film to audiences the distributormust negotiate a deal with the cinemas to screen it.
  7. 7. ExhibitionA high profile star studded premiere is used to launch thefilm to the public with an explosion of media coverage.The uk has more than 3500 cinema screens although not allare British owned or show British films.The exhibitors take their share of the box office receipts afterwhich the distributors recoup their marketing costs.Once the distributors have been paid the financiers canrecover their investments as laid out in the recoupmentschedule.
  8. 8. Hospitality sales for hotel channels and in flight entertainment can bring inmillions in additional revenue.Uk audiences spend more on dvds than on cinema tickets so success ondvd can compensate for box office failure.Television is the final source of revenue rights are sold separately for payTV showings and terrestrial broadcast.Once the film has made a profit the producer and key creative people canreap their rewards or so the theory goes.The final income from a film is never known distribution continues inperpetuity and it may even be re-released in the future.