Production Lite Essentials course

Understanding more about the procedures, administration, insurance and legal issues surrounding the production of filmed material.

A virtual course taught by production experts to help with the planning, production and delivery of filmed material. This workshop is relevant for account management, juniors in production and business affairs.

Fully booked

This course is fully booked, please sign up to the interest list to join the waiting list and register your interest for a future session. 

Have you ever wondered why some scripts cost three times more to produce than others or why does it take so long to produce a seemingly simple script?  Why can’t the agency do anything without insurance? What are the pros and cons of triple bidding vs single bidding or producing in-house? What is a PIBS and why do we need one? 

Who is this course for? 

This virtual course is designed for those who need to understand more about the procedures, administration, insurance and legal issues surrounding the planning, production and delivery of filmed material. 

This workshop is as relevant for account management, as it is for juniors in production and business affairs. Delegates will gain a broad understanding of the whole production process and we will de-mystify all those production terms and make the process simple and easy to understand. 

Content

This course will run over three sessions via Zoom, lasting two hours each.

We will cover:

  • Assessing how far your budget will stretch (including in-house production)
  • Breaking down a 'deck' for feasibility
  • Timetables and production scheduling
  • Essential production contracts
  • Intellectual property
  • Production Insurance
  • Casting
  • Music
  • The need and role of a Producer (including hiring freelance)
  • Business Affairs, storage and asset management and delivery.

Your tutors

IPA Broadcast Production Consultant Kim Knowlton and Matthew Minor, both of whom have over 25 years of experience in all areas of production. 

Dates and timings

You will need to attend each of the three sessions below:

Part 1: Monday 23 May, 10am - 12pm 

Part 2: Monday 23 May, 2pm - 4pm

Part 3: Tuesday 24 May, 10am - 12pm 

Price

Members: £500 +VAT

Non-members: £750 +VAT


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Last updated 05 May 2022