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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 & Rehearsals

• 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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