Film Production Workshop Downloads
In this preview clip from Tom Kane's Film Production Workshop, Tom reviews the production board and some important scheduling factors that are important for an Assistant Director to utilize in order to create a well-planned and efficient production schedule. Order the Full Workshop Download to learn how to plan, organize and manage a major feature, independent film or video project. From breaking down the script to your last day of shooting - plus everything in between - you'll learn it all.
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Tom Kane's Film Production Workshop includes the following downloads, also available individually. The first 3 video downloads discuss the most important production roles. From there each video expands on the previous one with more details on things such as Lining & Breaking Down a Script, building a Production Schedule and Production Board, and creating The Film Budget.
Ch. 1 - Role of the Unit Production Manager
80 mins. / 220 MB - Only $39.95
Find out what the Unit Production Manager's primary responsibilities are and how the UPM must be involved in all budget decisions and aware of all monies spent in order to bring the film in on time and within budget.
Ch. 2 - The Role of the Assistant Director
60 mins. / 422 MB - Only $39.95
Tom Kane discusses the Assistant Director's role of translating the Director's vision onto the screen by coordinating all the physical elements to achieve that vision, and thereby running an efficient and disciplined film set. The AD's role in defining Second Unit Shooting is also discussed in practical terms.
Ch. 3 - The Different Roles of the Producer
32 mins. / 123 MB - Only $24.95
A film has multiple producing roles. Learn the difference between the Creative Producer and the Line Producer and how their responsibilities overlap and support each other.
Ch. 4 - Breaking Down the Script
60 mins. / 304 MB - Only $39.95
As the First Assistant Director, one of your jobs is to create the film's shooting schedule. This download shows you the 3 essential steps: lining the script, transferring the elements to a breakdown page and creating a production board / production schedule.
Ch. 5 - The Production Schedule, Production Board, & Film Production Prep
86 mins. / 417 MB - Only $49.95
Learn what goes into creating a film production board / production schedule and the many factors that need to be considered in order to organize all the scenes in a coherent and logical order. Tom also explains what the vital last 5 days of film production preparation involve and what each department should be doing in order to be ready for the first day of shooting.
Ch. 6 - Location Scouting
45 mins. / 134 MB - Only $39.95
Location scouting is a vital process in the pre-production stage of filmmaking. Once a director has decided what general kind of scenery they require for the various parts of the production outside of the studio, the search for appropriate Interior (INT) and Exterior (EXT) locations begin.
Ch. 7 - Film Production Forms
45 mins. / 220 MB - Only $39.95
Learn about the forms used in mounting a film production, primarily the Call Sheet (what's scheduled for the next shooting day) and the Production Report (what was actually filmed on the previous day).
Ch. 8 - The Film Budget
50 mins. / 194 MB - Only $39.95
Tom Kane reviews a feature film budget from one of his own movies, differentiating between "Above the Line" and "Below the Line" costs. All the issues and considerations for each budget line item that a UPM takes into account are discussed.
Ch. 9 - Budgeting Notes
45 mins. / 177 MB - Only $39.95
Building on the Budget, this download expands on important items a UPM must consider when building the Film Budget, such as costs-to-date, "hot costs", over-scale cast deals, and tips to keep your production on-budget. Tom also reviews additional budget details, such as standard rates for union crew positions, child labor laws, meal penalties, and insuring your production.
Ch. 10 - Deconstructing the Shot
43 mins. / 268 MB - Only $39.95
Tom Kane reviews film clips from films he has done, such as "Crossfire Trail," "The Good Son," "Last Stand at Saber River," "Prizzi's Honor," "Riders of the Purple Sage," and "Brush with Fate" where he explains how certain aspects of each shot were accomplished.
Tom Kane's Film Production Workshop Download was recorded on location in Denver, CO. This package includes 10 video chapters, plus the Workshop Manual, and copies of both Prizzi's Honor (Jack Nicholson) and Crossfire Trail (Tom Selleck). The videos are enhanced with visual references to The Workshop Manual.
The Workshop Manual includes actual Shooting Schedules, Breakdown Sheets, Production Boards, Production Forms, Lists, Breakdown Elements, Call Sheets, Production Reports, a Post Production Calendar, and the actual Production Budget with Budget Notes. All these documents relate to the making of Prizzi’s Honor and Crossfire Trail.
Through this course Tom will discuss factors related to International Filming as well, with examples from his own work as Producer of Crossfire Trail (filmed in Canada) and Brush with Fate (filmed in The Netherlands).
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