- Each chapter is filled with handy checklists, tips, practical advice, and anecdotes, showing how scheduling and budgeting are done in the real world;
- Principles apply to any type of media project: film, video, music video, projects hosted online, and corporate and educational videos;
- An accompanying eResources page offers downloadable forms and templates, and other essential resources.
By Paula Landry Routledge 328 pages Paperback: 9781138210615 pub: 2017-07-05
Table of ContentsChapter One – Schedule & Budget Basics What is Production Management The Schedule and Budget Relationship Why Schedule and Budget are the Foundation Who Manages the Schedule & Budget A Little History Helpful Tools and Software A Manual & Computer Approach Trends to Consider Basic Steps Scheduling Budgeting The End Uses of Budget and Schedule End of Chapter One Review Chapter Two – Identifying Resources: the Breakdown Relationship of Script and Breakdown Script Format Screenplay Software & Online Collaboration Tools The Process of Breaking Down a Script Read Script Completely Your System: Software, Colors, Numbers Number Scenes Eighths of a Page Identify Resources Breakdown Forms Transfer Information to Breakdown Forms End of Chapter Two Review Chapter Three – Organizing Resources: The Schedule Creating A Schedule Workflow & Consistency Transfer & Verify Breakdown Information Into Schedule Grouping Like Things Sets Cast The Most Finite Resource Arrange Schedule For Maximum Efficiency One-Liner Schedule Day Out Of Days Factors Impacting The Schedule Length of Script and Genre Film Or Digital Format Shooting Ratio & Experience Unions & Guilds Locations Length Of Shooting Week / Day Sample Schedules End Of Chapter Three Review Chapter Four – Pricing Resources: the Budget Budget Components Construction Presentation Calculation Account Numbers Backing into a Number Price resources Factors Impacting the Budget Type of Project and End Uses Locations & Incentives Wages, Union & Guilds Project Length & Format Financing and Crowd Funding Building a Budget Setup Above the Line: Creative & Development Costs Below the Line: Production Below the Line: Post Below the Line: Other Expenses Sample Budgets Blank Budget Forms End of Chapter Four Review Chapter Five – Helpful Scheduling & Budgeting Tips Evolution of the Schedule & Budget The Team: A.D., Director, Producer, Location Manager Prices, Rates and Deal Making Changes During Shooting Publicity, Marketing & Film Festivals Safety, Legal & Insurance Distribution Expenses Hidden Expenses End of Chapter Five Review Chapter Six – Managing Resources Relationship between Script, Schedule & Budget Production Accountant, A.D. and Line Producer Optimize The Shoot No Unnecessary Movement Consider the Weather (between shooting, or down time) Days Off and Turnaround, Rest Time, Meal Times Using a Second Unit Other Factors, End of Chapter Six Review Chapter Seven – Special Considerations Narrative Feature Film Documentary Film Shorts, Web Video & Webisodes Television Educational & Corporate Film Working Without a Script End of Chapter Seven Review Chapter Eight – Additional Topics You Are Bound to Encounter Scheduling Questions about Eighths Script Inconsistency & New Versions Honing Your Scheduling Skills The Experience of your Team Budgeting Checking Your Numbers Obscure Budgetary Categories and Terminology Currency Conversion Honing Your Budgetary Skills In Conclusion End of Chapter Eight Review
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