Type of ConstraintsYou need to identify the aspects of your productionthat may be restricted by the actions of others.For each constraint you need to explain (in detail):• Why it is a constraint?• How you will manage the constraint?• What contingency(s) can you effectively put inplace in order to reduce or remove the constraint?
Time Scale; TimeManagement• Project as a wholeo What is the timescale?o What is the deadline?• Your shooting scheduleo When do you plan to shoot?o What days/timeso Availability of locations and personnel
Personnel• Crewo Who is responsible for what?o Are the adequately skilled?• Actorso Are they reliable?o Are they good?o Are they appropriate?• Contributorso Are they reliable?o Are the worthy?o Will they provide?
Resources• The necessary Equipment i.e Lighting, Lenses,Reflector etc…o Review the equipment available at collegeo Consider if you need to out-source (hire)• Softwareo Is it available?o At the right times?o In the right location?• Propso What do you need?o Can you get it?o Are you allowed to have it?
Legal and EthicalConsiderations• Copyrighto Review Copyright Lawo Outline any issues you may encounter• Codes of Practiceo Whose procedures should you follow?• Clearances: Location, Contributors.o What procedures do you need to follow?
Logistics• Organisation of transport (personnel / equipment)foodo Who is responsible?o Is it logical?• Locationso Recceo Suitableo Access(Crosses over with Time Management and Resources)
Ghant Charts• How will you organise yourself?• Have you considered using a Ghant Chart?
BudgetingYou need to create an actual and projected budgetYour actual budget is how much your project willactually cost youYour projected budget is how much this project wouldcost you to make if you were a professional. For yourprojected budget you will need to review crew ratesand equipment hire costs etc. You will find thisinformation here:http://www.bectu.org.uk/advice-resources/rates