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By Charlotte Worthington

Fundamentals Film-Making, the recent sequence from AVA Academia introduces the reader to the realm of drama, documentary and cinema, deciding on the abilities and data required to interact with the undefined. the 1st during this sequence, generating, offers a dynamic evaluation of the realities of manufacturing movie this day; it explores the method from improvement via to post-production and distribution.

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The music cue sheet will be included in the delivery paperwork required by broadcasters. For low-budget projects the best way to avoid the high cost of music clearance is to commission specially composed music. The producer will still have to make sure that the composer and musicians have given permission for the music and their performance to be included in the film, so contracts will have to be signed. Another option is to buy the use of pre-cleared library music. uk). ± Public domain ± Fair dealing In some cases material may have no recognisable owner and is described as being in the public domain.

Publicity is essential for any production. Whatever the market, the project needs to have a viable publicity and marketing identity. It is a good idea to include some publicity costs within the budget. Also, engage a photographer to take stills of the cast and crew in action on the days of the shoot. Briefed properly, they will be able to capture key images, which can be used in publicity material such as press packs, posters and production websites. As well as organising stills, the producer will have to put together other publicity material or a publicity pack.

What is the severity of the risk? • Who is at risk? • What measures can be put in place to prevent an incident occurring? • What regulations or legislation need to be considered? The basics Once these questions have been answered the producer must prepare a risk assessment form for each location. The form indicates the type of hazard that might be encountered, the severity of the risk, any measures put in place and the actions that might need to be taken. The forms are completed and signed by the producer before the shoot takes place.

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