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They are subject to Canadian income tax on worldwide income throughout the year and are subject to federal surtax instead of provincial tax. What does Prescribed Cost mean?
The prescribed cost does not have an effect on your OCASE calculation, though it is used to determine the relative impact of any assistance you may have received on a production.
Assistance includes grants, subsidies and forgivable loans. Bona fide loans with a set repayment date, other tax credits, licence fees and equity investments are not considered assistance.
Sponsorships may be considered assistance if there does not appear to be an exchange of benefits such as cash or goods at fair market value between the producer and the sponsor.
Deferrals for non-labour costs do not.
We will want to see documentation of all the financial contributions to a production, including loans, deferrals and sponsorship amounts.
In April , CRA posted an application policy to provide stakeholders in the film, video and television production industries with an overview of the legislation related to the definition of assistance. However, depending on the type of crowdfunding model utilized, it may be treated as assistance.
It is when we strike dismantle the set and clear the location. Everything must be returned in good order to suppliers and there must be a full set of records of the shoot. This stage starts when principal photography ends, but they may overlap.
The bulk of post-production consists of reviewing the footage and assembling the movie - editing. The picture will now be locked and delivery elements will be created.
Further information on Post Production can be found later on in Week 1 of the course. Once the film is completed, it must be distributed. This is how producers make their money back and a considerable amount of time and energy will be invested to secure the right distribution deals for their projects.
Development The start of a project varies, but generally will begin with development of a script, be that an existing script, a book, a brief story outline. Pre-Production This is the phase where you would narrow down the options of the production.
The Complete Film Production Handbook
Production During this phase it is key to keep planning ahead of the daily shoot. What innocuously started as a production manual I created for a company I had been working for and kept expanding as the scope of my experience grew, has definitely taken on a life of its own.
And the book that was first published in is no longer in any way, shape or form based on the scope of my experience alone.
The industry has changed in countless ways during the past several years, and aspects of production and producing have become so much more complex and specialized than ever before. Before I seriously started working on this latest edition, Focal Press, as is their practice, sent out the third edition to a select group of both industry professionals and educators for review.
What is important, however, is that it cover the basics of feature film production and maintain its wide appeal to working professionals, new filmmakers and students alike — without being geared too much toward any one of those markets. Well, to start with, 24 chapters have been expanded to There are some new forms, but fewer of them overall, as most union and guild forms are now accessible online.
Several chapters have been updated and expanded, and topics such as Travel and Housing and Shipping, which had previously been included as parts of other chapters, have now become chapters in their own right. Take incentive programs for example. The same can be said for post production, which for years and years and years, was a lot less complicated.
But now with the profusion of new digital cameras and technologies, the workflow following any picture through post can vary in a multitude of ways — and it keeps advancing. So without getting too explicit, the chapter is presented as a basic overview and directs you to areas you need to learn more about as the technology continues to evolve.
My teaching has expanded from the USC summer course I started ten years ago to doing workshops and lecturing all over the country. I enjoy teaching more than ever and have been truly bowled-over by the passion, perseverance and talent of several of my incredible students.
In the same length of time, changes in the industry have been staggering as technology has altered the entire landscape and continues to advance at breakneck speeds.
Understanding the 5 Stages of Indie Film Production
Who would have believed? When the last edition of this book came out, who could have conceived of the multitude of tax incentive programs now being offered throughout the U. High-profile corporate scandals have effected the way we do business; Webisode and mobisode have become common terms; digital cinematography has become mainstream; the affordability of equipment has made it possible for more people to shoot and edit their own films and many independent filmmakers are marketing, selling and distributing their own projects on the Internet.
And as unions and guilds continue to fight for improved benefits for their members especially in the area of new media , labor unrest gives rise to the unsettling possibility of further devastating labor strikes.
As the majors stick to the type of films they know they have the audience for, the variety of product grows narrower. The scandal and collapse of Enron in and the resulting changes in accounting practices has fundamentally altered the way we do business.
There are more teen-oriented franchise films being made where action and gross-out rules, as well as over-the-top, raunchy toilet humor. Bigname talent is no longer as necessary to open a movie, while bigger, better and more spectacular visual effects are becoming more crucial. On the TV-front, television seasons have gone from 36 episodes to 22 and down to 13 and six in some instances. Reality continues to be popular, plentiful and cheaper to produce, and the interactivity between TV shows and viewers has hit new heights.
The digital revolution has created an explosion of formats, systems and software; distribution and exhibition outlets; paperless, filmless, tapeless workflow; virtual production and casting offices as well as screening rooms; independent films that are being made at home and for relatively little money; instant, wireless communication; less-expensive high-end equipment; remote collaboration technology; digital cinema; more piracy; and the progressively more outrageous use of computer-generated effects in both features and television.
A treasure trove of films, television shows, games and original online and mobile content is abundantly accessible on and downloadable from sites such as YouTube, Hulu, Crackle, Jaman, Joost and Vudu. Speaking of help, this seems to be a good place to start my list of acknowledgments by recognizing the loyal readers and users of this book, all of you who have recommended it to others and the educators who make it required reading in your classes.
Without you there would be no subsequent editions. I would also like to acknowledge my incredibly loving and supportive husband Ron, who totally gets how challenging it is to have a life, to work and to write a book all at the same time and does everything he possibly can to help me. How lucky am I?
Understanding the 5 Stages of Indie Film Production
To my family and friends who have lived through this latest edition with me and have listened to me talk about it incessantly — thanks for putting up with my absences, my lack of attention, for your overwhelming support, and most of all — for just being there for me. Kaufman, Kaufman Entertainment Law Group www.
Federman, Sr. By the time this book comes out, my new website should be up. Check it out at: www.
Best of luck with all your new projects. Being able to personalize some of these documents to make them more specific to your particular show is going to make a big difference. Some are the same as those used in previous editions why fix the ones that still work?
Some of the sample forms are pretty easy to understand as they are and have been left blank. In the previous edition, all of the union and guild contracts and report forms were found in the chapter on unions and guilds. Several of the forms have been updated, including the Call Sheet and Production Report. Use them as they are or as templates to create your own. I hope you find them helpful! Even people who have been in the business for a while are sometimes unclear as to exactly who performs which functions on any given project — especially when it comes to producers.
An adversarial relationship within this group becomes a problem for everyone.
On the other hand, efforts made to collaborate on shared common objectives, enhanced by a mutual respect for one another, will inspire the cooperation and loyalty of the cast and crew, will be helpful in promoting a pleasant working environment and will favorably influence your schedule and budget.Example of bad use of side-chain compression 4.
By Machine Head he cleverly thinks to add textural components in the background such as a heartbeat, and effect kick and snare and a midi loop. They generate and distribute scripts, script changes, schedules and a plethora of other essential paperwork even though less and less of it is now being distributed in paper form. Before I seriously started working on this latest edition, Focal Press, as is their practice, sent out the third edition to a select group of both industry professionals and educators for review.
As the majors stick to the type of films they know they have the audience for, the variety of product grows narrower. And More Passion!