How to make money from Film / TV production accounting made simple (Part 1)
Screenworks’ The Business Of Producing was a comprehensive 2-day seminar on best practice for documentary and drama production held on Friday March 11 and Saturday March 12 at SAE Institute, Byron Bay.
In this webisode, Jane Corden (CEO Moneypenny Services) and Rose Keeping (Production Accountant Moneypenny Services) introduce you to production accounting and explore tools that you can use and provide tips to help with your next film / TV project.
ABOUT THE BUSINESS OF PRODUCING EVENT:
Screen Industry experts (including Helen Panckhurst, Head of Production Matchbox and Trish Lake, Executive Producer Freshwater Pictures) advised on the key steps in the producing process from concept to delivery, how to build a finance plan, budgeting, risk minimisation and producing to meet a market need.
Key local producers (including Lois Randall, Executive Producer Magpie Pictures) talked about their successes and strategies for living regionally and working nationally and internationally.
Screen NSW’s Mark Hamlyn presented on their funding programs and industry support initiatives.
Specialists from Fulcrum Media Finance, Moneypenny Services and Galvaniize Insurance explained the critical services that they provide for producers and be available for one on one meetings.
This seminar addressed requirements for drama and documentary production and was designed to upskill early career producers, provide opportunity for local professional producers, and to support content creators and filmmakers in understanding the production process.
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