Basics Film-Making 01: Producing

Basics Film-Making 01: Producing


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This title examines the many facets of the producer's role. It gives a dynamic overview of the realities of producing film today, exploring the process from development through to post-production and distribution.

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 160 x 226 x 16mm | 539.77g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • AVA Publishing SA
  • LausanneSwitzerland
  • English
  • 200 colour illustrations
  • 2940373574
  • 9782940373574
  • 304,505

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"Contemporary, well written and accessible." - Fred Samia, School of Visual, Performing and Communication Arts, Chaffey College, USA. "Very accessible for all students who want to embark on a career in film. Gives a very sound overview of the roles and responsibilities." - Michael Smith, Leeds College of Art and Design, UK.

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"Basics Film-Making: Producing" introduces the novice film-maker to the world of drama, documentary and magazine programme production, identifying the fundamental skills and basic knowledge required to engage with the industry.This book gives a broad overview of the various areas of production, designed in order to help the student producer understand and manage the production process from development through to post-production and distribution. Ultimately, this book aims to help develop relevant skills and inspire inexperienced film-makers, as well as provide a useful overview to current industry practice. Other titles in the "Basics Film-Making" series include: "Screenwriting," "Directing Fiction "and" The Language of Film."

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About Charlotte Worthington

Charlotte Worthington is course leader in Film and Digital Media Production at London Metropolitan University. She has worked extensively as a producer and director in the UK television industry. As well as a practising film-maker and writer, Charlotte also works as a creative consultant.

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