You have the camera, time, money (or credit card), so why don't you just start shooting? Preparing for Takeoff will give you the tools you need to fully prepare for your independent film. This book features: Vital preproduction tips on scheduling, previsualization, script analysis, location scouting, budgeting, hiring vendors, and clearing permits A detailed analysis of the role both producers and directors play in the preproduction process Crucial advice on how to prepare for postproduction and distribution while still in the early stages of making a film Lessons from the field in how to avoid mid-shoot changes, unhappy actors, fostering a resentful crew, wasted days and dwindling finances An accompanying website that includes sample script analyses, storyboards, beat sheets, editable budget forms, and moreA company credit card (even if ita#39;s just a copy), preferably with a large limit . ... Blank expense forms and envelopes so they can track their receipts (see below for more about this) Whatever card you give them should have a ... Credit card authorization form . ... Run Lists The day before you need the PAs to do a big run for you a the equipment pickup day is a good example a youa#39;ll want to type up a runanbsp;...
|Title||:||Preparing For Takeoff|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2013-02-15|