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Negotiating with Crew and Vendors

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Contributed By Glen Berry

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Financial Architecture
The producer as financial architect, drawing parameters and a framework around the entire production.
Total Shooting Days
Making a determination about how many days you will need to shoot your feature.
Negotiating with Crew and Vendors
The mentality of crew and vendors and how to negotiate with each.
Negotiating with Above-the-Line
How to negotiate with director, screenwriter and actors from the perspective of the producer.
Production Budget with Cashflow
A look at an interactive top sheet budget and a discussion of how different elements impact each other and the production as a whole.