Location: The Lovett School – Fuqua Center Blackbox Theater
Date and Time: Saturday, October 3rd – 10:00AM – 3:00PM
Price: $150 General Admission | $120 ATLFF/GPP Member Admission
Member Discount: ATLFF Members should use the email address associated with their membership as their code to access discounted registration. GPP members must email Linda directly for their code.
Cancellation & Refund Policy: All workshop sales are final upon purchase. In the event of a cancellation, refunds will be granted. If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact email@example.com and we’ll be happy to review your case.
Location/Directions Information: The campus is best accessed from the front gate (4075 Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta GA, 30327). Once on campus, drive down the hill and park as close as possible to the building directly at the bottom. Cross a small footbridge over the pond and enter the Fuqua Center through the glass doors. The workshop will be hend within the center’s Blackbox Theatre. Signage will be provided.
Whether you’re stepping up and producing your first film, production managing or ADing an indie, or looking to step up your game on the next one, this class is for you. From pre-production to post, this class walks you through the basics of production on an indie film.
Topics include but are not limited to: What should be completed before pre-production? What’s the first step of pre-production? What paperwork and contracts are necessary? What is a breakdown and schedule? How do I properly budget? How does product placement work? When should I consider a union contract? How do I find good cast and crew? Is insurance necessary? What kinds do I need? How do I keep the set safe? What’s involved with shooting on location? What are the priorities of production? How do I keep things moving on time and on budget? How do I track tax incentive spends? What are the daily priorities? What does post production entail?
This Production Basics of Indie Filmmaking workshop is part of the Atlanta Film Festival’s year-round slate of programming curated and presented to our Atlanta audience in service of our mission: to lead the community in creative and cultural discovery through the moving image.