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ISBN:0786412070
Author: Irv Broughton
ISBN13: 978-0786412075
Title: Producers on Producing: The Making of Film and Television (McFarland Classics)
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Language: English
Category: Movies
Publisher: McFarland & Company (September 4, 2001)
Pages: 320

Producers on Producing: The Making of Film and Television (McFarland Classics) by Irv Broughton



See a Problem? We’d love your help. Paperback, 320 pages. Published September 4th 2001 by McFarland & Company (first published August 1986). Producers on Producing: The Making of Film and Television. 0786412070 (ISBN13: 9780786412075).

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There may be several executive producers on a film who may take the lead role in many areas, such as development, financing or production. In many instances, the executive producer oversees the project. There may be a few places where some executive producers will have a larger hand. A line producer performs all producer functions involved in supervising the physical aspects of the making of a motion picture or television production. Bottom line: A line producer focuses on production.

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Master OF Arts Film & Media Production Producing Screenwriting. Bachelor OF Arts Media Studies. Alexander Mackendrick’s seminal volume on the craft of filmmaking has long been an industry standard text, and one that has helped countless individuals find their own cinematographic eye and achieve success in directing. Read any other excellent books on filmmaking that we should be checking out and including here?

Producers are the heart and soul of film and media production. With our film producing courses, you can get started with a career as a producer in film, television, advertising, and online media? Where better than Met Film School, the partner of our very own production company, Met Film Production. Each producing course is led by the experienced film, television and new media professionals and focuses on first-hand, in-depth insight and experience to gain essential industry expertise.

Industry placements for students are encouraged in the summer break of the First Year, and Second Year students are formally teamed with individual industry mentors as well as undertaking work placements at the Cannes Film Festival. Describe briefly key lessons about producing you have learnt from any book about producing or producers that you have read.

Making your presence felt in the expanding market for shorts and a flooded Internet requires that you create a product that rises above the thousands of daily entries. Having something to say and saying it well never goes out of fashion. Why make a short film? The idea of being in a darkened screening room and watching your film touch an audience is exciting. There is deep satisfaction in communicating on this basic level. One can’t happen without the other. THE ORGANIZATION OF THE BOOK Producing and Directing the Short Film and Video is organized according to the general logic of how a short work is assembled. Each of the preceding stages of script development, preproduction, production, and postproduction is fleshed out in detail with concrete examples.

Imre Horvath, producer of 60 Minutes, was asked how to get to talk to inaccessible people: "People that are busy...are scheduled tight...it's at 5:00 and 6:00 that they're back in their office to unwind...there's a kind of resonance or sympathy that springs up. "Oh, you're still in your office too?" Twenty-two interviews feature the producers or creators of Mister Rogers, Highway Patrol, Sea Hunt, The Cisco Kid, The Tonight Show, Rockford Files, Falcon Crest, Gunsmoke, Family Feud, and Roots, among others. These people offer opinions on the producer's role, the creation and packaging of different program genres, getting the best from the production team, tips for success, and of course personalities and personal moments. Honest and intelligent, these interviews give the reader a fascinating view of the industry.