Verde Bay is a Key to Success Mantra Is Meticulously Planned Selection of Movies In Accordance With the Audience and the Theatre’s Environment. Careful Management Of Internal Finances To Control Costs, And Most Importantly To Focus On Socially Relevant Themes That Challenge The Audience To Explore New Ideas, Beliefs And Analyses Of Society & Also To Create Entertaining Feature Films Of Incredible Production Value In An Independent Manner Not Limited By The Studio Development Process.
Film production involves a huge amount of people power, as well as creativity and time. For a film to make it all the way to the eyes of viewers, it must go through several stages. From development to distribution, there are a few phases that shape films and make movie-going possible.
BUDGETING AND SCHEDULING
Budgeting will generally occur before a production is commissioned or during the commissioning process. The process requires a considerable amount of expertise and the importance of an accurate budget cannot be underestimated. An under-budgeted production is in trouble from day one!
Sound design is the process of recording, acquiring, manipulating, or generating audio elements. It is employed in a variety of disciplines including filmmaking, television production, theatre, sound recording and reproduction, live performance, sound art, post-production, and video game software development.
An art director reports to the production designer. They design sets, oversee artists and construction workers, and help determine the overall look of a film production. During pre-production, the art director acts as a liaison between the production designer and the construction crew.
Visual effects (sometimes abbreviated VFX) is the process by which imagery is created or manipulated outside the context of a live-action shot in filmmaking and video production. The integration of live-action footage and other live-action footage or CGI elements to create realistic imagery
Casting is a pre-production process that involves choosing actors to fill the roles in a particular TV show, movie, commercial, or play. Directors and producers will hire a casting director to oversee the casting process, which includes auditioning, screen tests, and callbacks.