Project #4 Info/Resources

PRODUCTION PHASES

• Pre-production

• Production

• Postproduction


Preproduction Phase

In general, the preproduction phase encompasses all aspects of preparation that are performed before the camera starts to roll. Some aspects of preproduction include:


Screenwriting


Storyboarding


Funding


Assembling a crew


Casting


Costume Design


Location Scouting


Set Design


Properties ("props")


Scheduling

Production Phase

The production phase refers to the period of time when the film is actually being shot. Some aspects of production include:

Direction


Camera operation


Lighting


Sound recording (dialogue, room tone, music, sound fx)


Acting


Production Management (scheduling)


Continuity



Screenwriting

Basics of writing a screenplay (pdf):
ScreenwritingBasics.pdf

How to format a screenplay (link):
http://www.scriptfrenzy.org/howtoformatascreenplay

Example of formatted screenplay (pdf):
FormattedScrnply.pdf


Storyboards

Basic Template:
StoryboardTemplate.pdf

Example:
http://www.storyboards.co.nz/visa.htm


Scheduling

Script Breakdown Sheet (pdf):
script_breakdownsheet_1_.pdf


Shooting Schedule Template (xls):
Shooting SchedTemplate.xls


Shot by Shot (Shot List) Template (xls):
ShotByShotTemplate.xls

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