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Short Film Preproduction

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Short Film Preproduction

A solid script is at the foundation of every short film production, but good planning doesn’t stop there that’s where preproduction comes in. There are several more steps that you’ll need to complete before you can begin production. Though you may be eager to get the camera rolling, thorough pre-production will not only make life easier on set, but it will also make for a stronger film overall. Preproduction includes several steps that all need to be completed before production begins. First, you’ll need to break down the script to determine what and who you will need for production. Next, you’ll move on to creating a shot list and storyboard for each scene. Finally, you’ll create an overarching production schedule. Laying out the logistics of your shoot will help you better determine what resources you need — props, locations, cast and crew. It will also help you establish a realistic budget for production, post-production and distribution. In this video, we’ll take a closer look. All this may sound like a lot of effort, but it will be time well spent. Storyboards and shot lists make it easier to envision your scene and facilitate clear communication between you and your crew. That means a smoother, more efficient shoot and fewer headaches when you get to the editing room. Watch the other courses and get the Short Filmmaking Checklist here: https://www.videomaker.com/short-filmmaking-checklist-everything-you-need-to-do-before-the-shoot/ Music Licensed from PremiumBeat: http://bit.ly/1MmUDAn Email Newsletter: http://videomaker.com/YT-PRODUCTVIDEO_2016 http://twitter.com/videomaker http://facebook.com/VideomakerOnline http://instagram.com/videomaker [email protected]

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