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Film production


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an introduction to the industry of film and what it entails.

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Film production

  1. 1. Production Process<br />FILMS<br />
  2. 2. Idea Development Stage<br />This stage involves making the ideas for the film and those included are the producer, to oversee the plan, the writer, to come up with ideas to further develop and the location scout, to find locations suitable for different scenes of the film.<br />
  3. 3. Pre-production Planning Stage<br />In this stage, the ideas have came together, and everyone starts to plan, the plot, the budget, the schedule, everything. Those involved are the producer, again, to oversee, the writer, to bring the ideas together, the script writers, to confirm the plot of the film, Accountants, to plan the financial angle of the film, the manager, to manage the work and the location scouts, to give their ideas of suitable locations.<br />
  4. 4. Production Stage<br />During the production of the movie, they film the work they have done, sometimes, they even make a section of the work they are doing, for a ‘making of’ section, they even plan the animations to use and where to insert them. There are many involved in this process, as it is one of the most important stages, some of them are, the camera man, to record their progress, Actor(ess)s, to perform the scenes for the camera, the stunt crew, to perform and orchestrate the stunts, the producer, to over see the work, the director, to tell the actors what to do, the sound man, to begin managing the sounds, the funder, to see that their money is well spent and the graphic engineer, to start working on the graphics.<br />
  5. 5. Post-Production Stage<br />After the production, the film is edited, sound and graphics are added, to improve the film. Those involved in this stage are mainly editors but, also the director, to overlook until the end result.<br />
  6. 6. Marketing Stage<br />Perhaps the most important stage of all, in this stage the film is advertised, to show people that it is out, on DVD or in the cinema. It can be advertised with flyers, TV adverts, billboards, posters or even radio adverts, if advertised unwell, not many will view it. Those involved in this stage are the marking staff, to suggest methods of advertisement or marketing, the director, to oversee what is put on the posters and the adverts, they may even hire independent advertising companies, to give them the say over how they advertise.<br />