Film Prep & Production Workflow w/ Trevor Cunningham
When someone mentions a film unit, most people think of location shooting. But, in fact, most Film and TV projects are made in a series of predictable phases, of which shooting is only one.
In each phase of a film’s production a group of people collaborate to form a miniature work organization which has characteristic problems of motivation, leadership, and structure. Each phase is a temporary system, limited in duration and membership, in which people come together, interact, create something, and then disband. And in each phase, the filmmaker has to stimulate and manage different kinds of creative work under intense budget and time pressures. The filmmaker’s principal job is managing the creative process.
In this workshop we will explore workflow from Prep to Production, with emphasis on Pre-Production in order for your project to reduce the risk and pitfalls that can plague a project.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6th 2021
10am – 4pm Pacific Time
REGISTER NOW at http://www.cinevic.ca
This workshop is presented as part of The Incubators program. Visit http://www.cinevic.ca
for more info on the other workshops in this series.
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Trevor Cunningham has worked professionally in the Film and Television Industry for over 20 years as an Assistant Director, Screenwriter and Director. He is a Full Member of DGC-British Columbia District Council. His specialties are scheduling, time management, logistics, and creative solutions for Film and TV productions.