NFTS Scotland: Drama Production Management
Duration 5 days
Course dates 09 Nov 2020 - 14 Nov 2020
Application deadline Book Now
Bursaries supported by the Scottish Government are available for those who are eligibleBegin your application
One of the most popular and successful courses run by NFTS, this course provides an introduction to the principles and practices of the work involved in film and television drama production management.
Participants will learn how to break down a short script which they will schedule, gaining a full understanding of all the elements which go into making up the budget.
The course covers:
- Role, function and responsibilities of a drama production manager
- Health & Safety and Managing COVID 19-Risks on Production
- Breaking down and scheduling a script
- Union agreements & contracts
- The principles of budgeting
- Insurance and completion bonds
- The unit on location
- Production paperwork
About the tutor:
As a Producer and Line Producer, Brian Donovan has experience of a wide range of budget levels from low budget features up to and including HETV and US Major Studio features both at home and abroad.
His career has covered a wide range of the grades represented by the Production Guild having worked as Location Manager, Assistant Director, UPM, Line Producer, and Producer. His UPM credits include Allied, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, and Pan.
He is committed to training and skills development and regularly teaches on both long and short Production Guild training courses and for other industry training providers.
This course runs for 5 and a half days. The extra half day will cover additional Health and Satefy protocols and impacts on production with regards to COVID-19.
This course will run in a physical training space in Glasgow, subject to public health guidlines allowing.
How to apply
Application deadline: Book Now
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