You will see the importance of the pre production stage from the amount of time we have spent in the planning and preparation for our production.

Production is the actual shooting of the programme, in this case at three locations over two days. As you will see from the budget this is the most expensive stage of the whole process; these two days will cost more than the ten days of pre production.

In order that this stage goes according to plan, and schedule, we still have some paperwork that is concerned with the shooting itself. Nothing must be left to chance; we could lose a large amount of money if anything is allowed to go wrong. Short of major catastrophes, which will be covered by insurance, anything that does go wrong will be ...

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