Independent Filmmaking For Profit: Production
You’ve written your script, you’ve thoroughly prepared everything to go into production but you don’t actually know anything about HOW TO SHOOT your film. Now what?
My name is Rick Jenkins “The Supa Producer” I’ve made over 15 independent action, comedy, horror, sci-fi and documentary films over the past 15 years. I own ScreenMagic Films and I’ve worked with Universal Home Video, Lionsgate and other studios and distributors in Hollywood. I am always in some form of production on a film and I can show any filmmaker how I do it.
This is the third course in my 7 step process to producing independent films for profit. I’ll teach filmmakers the essential duties that need to be accomplished in the PRODUCTION STAGE (Shooting the movie) to have an organized and successful shoot on your next film.
You can become your own mini movie studio producing movie after movie until you have a slate of films making you steady income every month. Don’t be a one hitter quitter. Learn what it takes to get your film off the ground the right way without stressing out and running around feeling overwhelmed.
I take you step by step and go over everything you should do and when you should do them during production.
What to do BEFORE the cameras start rolling
How to actual shoot scenes in the film
How to stay on schedule and not get behind
How to stay on budget and not go over
And much much more!
This course is also great for film investors that may have the opportunity to invest in a film but don’t know the first thing about making movies. If you want to know what steps a filmmaker SHOULD be taking to get a film made and get your money back asap, this course will teach you so you aren’t throwing your money at a project blindly.
Don’t let the fear of the unknown keep you from your dream when it’s right there in front of you. Take my course and learn the action steps to get started tomorrow morning on your next film project with confidence!
Introduction to the instructor and course material.
Discussion of preparing the location and film set before you start shooting the film.
How to shoot a scene in a film including the importance of coverage.
Why staying on schedule is so important and the best ways to do just that.
How not to spend money on unnecessary things to try and make your film look “Big Budget”.
How to wrap your production successfully.