Qualities of a Producer

 

“Producers are highly self-motivated individuals, who have the final responsibility for all aspects of a film’s production. It is mentioned the Producer monitors the film from birth to completion and beyond, starting long before the film-making process and continuing to talk about and sell the picture long after everyone else has gone on to other projects.” 

What is the job?

Their primary responsibility is to foster an environment in which the creative talents of the cast and crew can flourish – Producers are therefore ultimately accountable for the success of the finished film.

Pre-production – Producers typically select and bring together the key members of the creative team, including the Director, Cinematographer & Production Designer and potential key cast members. They assist the Executive Producers to raise finance for the production and, once the initial finance is in place, they select other key production office personnel as well as the essential Heads of Departments. Producers also approve locations, studio hire, the final shooting script, production schedule and budget. More time and money spent in pre-production can reduce time and money wasting in production. 

Post-production and marketing – Producers are expected to liaise with the Director and post-production departments, including editing – both picture and sound, music and visual effects. The Producer will deal with the finance and distribution companies in planning the marketing and distribution of the finished film. 

Please look for us soon www.mickiraproductions.com” in the near future. This is definitely us and an ideal goal for any producer with a great team. 

Read more…. http://www.creativeskillset.org/film/jobs/production/article_3876_1.asp

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