Surviving Production by Deborah S Patz
The Art of Production Management for Film and Television

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Surviving Production, a detailed account of setting up and managing a film production company, covers the prep, the shoot, and the wrap. It provides insider tips on setting up a production office, organizing the workspace, hiring and managing staff, script formatting, setting up a computer, filing, accounting, working with stars, handling customs and foreign locations, obtaining rights and clearances, and wrapping a production. Also included are production checklists, production schedules, and dozens of production forms.
 

About Deborah S Patz

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Patz is a filmmaker with experience in both film and television.
 
Published January 25, 1997 by Michael Wiese Productions. 288 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Political & Social Sciences, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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