A Complete and Practical Guide to Hollywood-quality Filmmaking Without the Hollywood Budget
What you’ll learn
The knowledge required to develop and produce a motion picture from beginning to end.
Tips and advise necessary to complete the pre-production, production, and post-production of a movie and ensure the shoot proceeds like clockwork.
Step by step processes are studied in-depth.
Understanding the hierarchy, scope of work and responsibilities of each and every position within the production.
No prior production knowledge is necessary as the course is defined to take you from novice to pro, including the most professional procedures used in modern production.
Making a movie is an incredibly complex endeavour. These lectures cover the logistics of every aspect of filmmaking breaking down the process into understandable and easy-to-follow sections. Learn about every aspect and department within the production unit and how to best utilize and organize them to create the most inspiring and cost-effective production possible.The complete workshop contains 22 films with running times ranging from 5 to 31 minutes. Total running time is 5 hrs 7 mins.There are 6 sections to the syllabus :Introduction to filmmaking. 3 films : 24 minsDevelopment. 3 films : 37 minsPre-production. 6 films : 1 hr 34 minsProduction. 7 films : 1 hr 04 minsPost-production. 3 films : 49 minsBeyond the syllabus. 2 films : 33 minsThe workshop presents a practical formula for production. The steps within the formula will help you keep control of your budget resulting in a finished product that far exceeds expectations… both aesthetically and financially.The procedures documented in the lectures come from 30 years of hands-on experience mostly producing projects with “humble” budgets.Syllabus explains it all and how best to execute every aspect of movie production. Lectures are comprehensive but streamlined to help you get through with speed, but at the same time, deep insight into the subjects. You come out well-equipped and ready to take on the art of filmmaking with a much more practical and systematic view.