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Introduction to Fiction Production

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Contributed By Glen Berry

IMPORTANT CONCEPTS
  1. Visualization is a Process
  2. Story is King
  3. The camera is not important.

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SUMMARY

  • Visualization is the process of translating an idea from our mind into motion picture and sound on the screen.
  • Story is the most important consideration of any project.
  • No one has ever been unable to make a movie because they did not have a camera.
LESSON
Introduction to Fiction Production
An introduction to fiction production, the objectives and focus of the course and the starting point of a project.
Five Phases of Filmmaking
A road map to the entire movie making process.
The Filmmaking Team
Above-the-line and below-the-line job positions and descriptions in Production.
Concept Development
A series of evaluations by the Producer to determine if the script is ready to move into the Production stage of development.