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For the person who loves to work behind the scenes, it can take months of hard work and a large team of talented people to bring stories to life on the screen, big or small.
The producer is responsible for keeping that team on track and making sure that the process runs smoothly behind the scenes. Affectionately known as the quarterback, the producer oversees everything from picking the perfect script to ensuring film distribution and marketing are ready for the world.
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According to Wikipedia, “A film producer is a person who oversees the entire film production. Either employed by a production company or working independently, producers plan and coordinate various aspects of film production, such as selecting the script; coordinating writing, directing, editing, cast, production paperwork, and arranging financing and distribution.”
In short, a producer is in charge of all aspects of production, including the cast, screenwriter, director, finances and the crew. Further, a producer is responsible for all phases of filmmaking, such as, development, pre-production, production, post-production, and marketing. Ultimately, a film producer is responsible for the overall health of the film and accountable for the success of the finished product.
A good producer must be a smart businessperson, key strategist, motivator, sharp negotiator, problem solver, and a creative visionary.
The basics of selecting a script and storytelling
Understanding of the creative process, including screenwriting, directing, editing and marketing
Learn how to control the overall planning of a production
Understanding the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG)
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What are Vendors and how do we work with them?
How post-production works?
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How to market a film?
“Real" working set environment
In the heart of the 1855 Antebellum South, slavery is the business that fuels the engine of America. After Jessie Calhoun, a young boy, witnesses the brutal punishment of a family member who decided to escape the plantation, the Calhoun family must make a critical decision, decide if they want to stay and continue to face the everyday tyranny, or risk their lives in hopes of finding a better tomorrow. However, in this warped reality, the Calhoun family legacy is unable to escape the oppression, as through centuries of time, the horrors experienced still haunt them. “Hands Up,” is a story of how the effects and trauma of slavery have impacted and infected America today.
Watch the video below to see students, cast and crew working on set and with Producer’s Bootcamp.
One night, two intruders, Bartholomew and Jonathan attempt to assault a neighborhood recluse named Eva. Having no idea of Eva’s real reason for sequestering herself, they awaken the monsters that live within her. When their assault turns into a horrifying surprise, the two are faced with the reality of their actions and their own demons; unknowingly placing their eternal souls in the battle between good and evil.
“Transgress” takes us on a journey of guilt, redemption and vengeance.
Watch the video below to hear students Jeffrey Chambers and Tor Campbell discuss their experience working on set and with Producer’s Bootcamp.
*Disclaimer: Completion of “The Steps to Becoming a Film Producer” masterclass is required prior to starting the “Producer Bootcamp.”