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IFP/Los Angeles Independent Filmmaker's Manual, Second Edition, 2nd Edition by Nicole Laloggia, Eden H. Wurmfeld

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9POST-PRODUCTION

“Few Filmmakers adequately budge post, which is why most of them have to find more money to finish their films … ”

—Peter Broderick

ORGANIZING THE FILM’S POST-PRODUCTION NEEDS

We recommend hiring a post-supervisor if at all possible. If a post-production supervisor has not been hired, you will have to determine who will be the point person for scheduling and organizing all of the technical aspects of post-production. If it is one of the producers and he or she has limited experience with the technical aspects of post-production, it is imperative to work closely with the assistant editor to figure out what should happen when. Ideally, begin determining the post-production needs of the show during the final weeks of production. ...

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