Tom Kane's

Film Production Workshop

The Shooting Schedule

Once an Assistant Director (AD), has a script broken down, the AD will need to create a shooting schedule, which is the shooting order for each day of a production. The AD will work closely with the Unit Production Manager (UPM) to create the most efficient schedule and production board.

shooting-schedule-crossfire-trailTom Kane's Film School, will teach you not only what you need to know to become a disciplined assistant director, but also the skills to be a successful feature film producer and a shrewd unit production manager.

Tom Kane's All New Film Production Workshop DVD Series was recorded on location in Denver, CO during a live workshop. The package includes: 8 discs: 7 DVDs of the 3-Day Film Workshop, recorded live, plus the Workshop Manual, and both Prizzi's Honor and Crossfire Trail screenplays on disc. The DVDs are enhanced with visual references to The Workshop Manual.

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).

There are additional bonus clips on each disc with anecdotes from Tom about his own experience in the film industry.

About Tom

Tom Kane, film producerTom Kane has had a long and distinguished career in the film and television industry. As a Producer, Production Manager and Assistant Director, his clients have included Twentieth Century Fox, Miramax Films, Columbia Pictures...

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Resource Links

Directors Guild of America (DGA)
www.dga.org

Producers Guild of America (PGA)
www.producersguild.org

Writers Guild of America (West)
www.wga.org

Writers Guild of America (East)
www.wgaeast.org

Screen Actors Guild (SAG)
www.sag.org