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Producing for TV and New Media, 2nd Edition by Cathrine Kellison

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CHAPTER

10It's a Wrap! Now, the Next Steps

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage.

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THIS CHAPTER'S TALKING POINTS

I. It's a Wrap!
II. Professional Next Steps
III. Festivals
IV. Grants
V. Publicity
VI. Starting Your Own Production Company

I. IT'S A WRAP!

After you've completed all the stages of postproduction, your next step is to wrap the project and tie up all the loose ends. There are dozens of details to clear up. Some can be fun, many are tedious, but they all add up to a list of finalized elements that help your project succeed as well as mark you as a producer who gets things done. These steps can include any or all of the following:

  The wrap party. Your entire team has dedicated considerable time ...

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