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Introduction to Producing Films and TV

This course offers an overview of the producer’s role in the film and television industries. In this hands-on workshop, you will explore the numerous facets of the producer’s role by producing a real or hypothetical film or TV project of your own. Gain experience in defining your project’s target audience, analyzing scripts and stories to gauge expenses, developing budgets, making plans for structuring and soliciting funding, casting actors and extras, and discussing distribution opportunities. Learn how producers manage relationships with studios, financiers, talent, and agents through the entire production process. Complete a series of hands-on exercises to formulate a plan that will take your project from pre- to postproduction.

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You'll Walk Away with

  • The skills necessary to identify, develop, and market creative material appropriate for film and television
  • An introduction to the business elements of producing, including production management, financing, marketing, and distribution

Ideal for

  • Those who are interested in film and TV production
  • Professionals who seek to learn more about the entertainment industry
NO open sections available for this course at the moment. Please check back next semester.