Institute of Creative Excellence
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Full Time Part Time

Production

Making a movie or a TV show is a complicated, intricate process. Since
all the various facets of film-making like acting, directing, sound, writing,
etc are inter-woven, it is essential that things flow smoothly. A slight
disturbance can upset the whole process. It is the job of the producer to
systematically plan and execute the tasks required to keep things moving
forward.

Production is a broad umbrella that oversees and supervises all other processes.
This necessitates an understanding of all disciplines of filmmaking.

ICE Production Course

The ICE Production Course is designed to give students a 360-degree view of all the various facets of film-making. They are taught about script development, raising finance, organizing of the shoot, post-production and in the case of movies, even the marketing. The course uses a judicious mix of class lectures, field visits, workshops and the training.

Faculty

The ICE Production Course is conducted by instructors who are also professionals in their respective fields - working actors, writers, directors and producers. They are respected veterans of the industry and they give each student the personal focus necessary for launching their careers as Producers.

ICE PRODUCTION Course Curriculum:

  • An introduction to what a producer does
  • Basics of scriptwriting, direction, cinematography, editing and sound
  • The essentials of production which includes script breakdown,
    scheduling, budgeting, crewing, casting, contracts and negotiations
  • Basics of film production and other industry practices
  • Basics of television production
  • Pitching and presentations
    Basics of Movie Magic Scheduling (Computer Software)

Opportunities

After successfully completing the course, students can start their careers as independent line producers, unit production managers and production-co-coordinators. Students can also get absorbed in the industry as assistant line producers, assistant production managers, location managers and production assistants.

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