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Make Your Movie by Barbara Freedman Doyle

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Chapter 10

It’s a Collaborative Medium—Exactly What Does That Mean?

It takes a village to make a movie. In addition to all the people who search out material or write the script, and all those who play a role in the decision of whether or not to finance a film, and those who represent the people involved in all of the above, there are the people who actually physically make the movie.

Because of the mesh of creative, technical, and financial elements involved, making a film has always been a collaborative process. Everyone has a job to do, and they must all work together whether they want to or not. This doesn’t mean that everyone is equal. There is a definite hierarchy. At studios and in production offices there are the bosses and the boss’s ...

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