These are the 7 not-so-obvious elements that constantly come up when trying to trim the script to fit the budget. They’re worth considering from early on.
These are the major differences that come into play when making the jump from Short Film to Feature Film. There are lots of challenges, but it’s doable!
You can’t have a budget without a schedule At least not one you can trust. You can have a generic budget to get a general idea. But you can’t have a real budget, unless it’s based on a schedule, which is based on a breakdown. For example, how many extras should you budget for? The […]
In the video interview below, I ask Music Supervisor Dan Wilcox all the questions I want to know about budgeting for Music Rights in Film: How should I budget for music on a $150,000 movie? How should I budget for music on a $1,000,000 movie? How much do music rights actually cost per song? What […]
Breaking down the Indie Post Production Process from Start to Finish. This is the model used time and again for films ranging from $150K – $2M