Knowing your numbers is essential if you are shooting a budget film but there are some sneaky expenses that might creep up before you know it. Find out what you need to look out.
Are you searching for ways to cut down on costs in film production? Here are the best money saving tips that you can use today!
When it comes to film production, sometimes it can seem like meeting deadlines is a matter of luck. We’ll walk you through how to manage your time on set.
Today, we are starting a new article series describing film jobs on set, first is AD’s. They’ve been called the “time police” and the director-to-crew liaison, but what do ADs really do? Here’s a day in the life of an assistant director.
A line producer thinks not “if a bad situation happens” but thinks “when a bad situation happens.” Having production insurance is crucial to protecting your people and you. Here is a guide for Insurance terminology and a helpful checklist.
It is crucial to consider film producer’s E&O insurance when putting together your film/TV project budgets. In this post, we explained the importance of E&O insurance with lawsuit examples.
Learn the easiest ways to lower your film’s production budget without having to sacrifice the integrity and quality of your hard work.
Everyone knows that LA and NY are hot spots for the film and television industries. But many other U.S. cities offer great opportunities for film and tv production. Here are some of the best locations (and tax incentives) in the country for filming.