INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCING - LEVEL 1


ONE DAY SEMINAR

DATE: September 28, 2019

time: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

TUITION: $175.00

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Producing starts with an idea. The Introduction to Producing seminar is for individuals interested in the role of Producer and who would like to learn the fundamentals relating to the responsibilities involved in the production, distribution and exhibition of created content. Building the creative team, script development, research, finance, legal and insurance issues will also be discussed. This course is suitable for beginners with no previous experience.

 

INTRODUCTION / OPEN DISCUSSION


- What is the role of a Producer?

- Turning story ideas into profitable film              

- Gathering a creative and talented cast and crew

- Being responsible for all aspects of a film’s productioN

- Characteristics of a Producer                                            

WORKSHOP BREAKDOWN
                      I. DEVELOPMENT
                                     The Film’s Story
                                     Hiring and working with Writers
                      II. PRE-PRODUCTION
                                     Hiring the Creative Team
                                     Scheduling
                                     Budgeting the Film             
                                     Financing the Film   
                      III. PRODUCTION
                                     Responsible for all Day-to-Day Operations
                                     Communication and Consultation with all key personnel
                      IV. POST-PRODUCTION
                                     Post-Production
                      V. DISTRIBUTION
                                    Selling and Distributing

 

No Experience necessary to participate in the Introduction to Producing Seminar.  Class size will be limited.  No additional expenses, beyond tuition, will be required.  All course materials will be provided.  Location, Final Schedule, and Course Syllabus will be available prior to the start of the seminar.  Classes begin promptly at 10:00 AM unless otherwise specified. In the event that a field trip is scheduled throughout the week students will be provided directions to meet at the specified location.  All site visits scheduled will be within New York City.  During production related session no open shoes, sandals, flip flops should be worn to protect participants from injury.  To participate in technical workshops requiring the use of electricity and or heavy equipment, students will be asked to sign a waiver releasing the IFI and the location from any and all liability claims due to injury caused by using facilities and equipment. 

Safety is our priority when on set.