The producer’s daily production report, often shortened to DPR or just PR, is one of the most important pieces of paperwork generated by production. It assesses progress, catches inefficiencies, and tracks each production daily expenses. If you’ve only worked on small indie productions, it’s possible that you’ve never seen a DPR. Get to know (and love) the process with our free production report template and step-by-step guide.
Are you sure you own your movie? You may be shocked to learn that without release forms from each of your actors, your film does not belong to you! Fortunately, we’ve got an actor release form template you can use, and a handy guide to help you use it. That way, all your hard work making your film won’t go to waste!
There’s a lot that goes into creating an accurate and thorough call sheet. In this article, we’ll not only review best practices, but also provide call sheet templates and free call sheet software to help you turn around a professional call sheet with ease.
A good shot list maximizes your shooting time and limits downtime across all departments. In this post we’ll discuss the essentials of the shot list, and provide the only film & photography shot list template you’ll ever need, free.
Understanding the essentials of film set etiquette is paramount when creating a streamlined production without any obvious hiccups. Our friends at Screencraft have provided a useful 6 step guide on helping your cast and crew learn about film set etiquette.
A photo release form is often mistaken for model release form, but they couldn't be more different. In this post we'll cover how they differ, and why they're so important. We'll also provide a photo release form template to get you started.
Aproduction shooting schedule template is developed by the 1st assistant director and production unit during pre-production on a project. Over time, the shooting schedule is updated to accommodate changes in the script, actors, locations, gear and other requirements.
Don't want to fall behind the shooting schedule? Here's how you can load in and load out more effectively when filming on location.