Contributed By Glen Berry
Scheduling is challenging
Schedule around Priorities
Start Scheduling Early
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Scheduling is one of the most challenging and time consuming aspects of pre-production and the domain of the Assistant Director.
Determine what your priority list is for elements and what the scheduling restrictions are. Start with the highest priority and work your way down the list; when you reach conflicts it should be with elements that can be replaced.
Firming up a schedule is a complex task, the earlier you start, the less chance you have of getting in a last minute jam.