By Jeremy Orlebar
It is a step by step better half designed to educate the reader the best way to flip principles into fascinating courses compatible for broadcast tv. geared toward novices to the tv and, specifically, scholars taking classes in sensible tv experiences, it bargains a transparent and simple presentation of the complete creation method written by means of an skilled manufacturer, director, author and lecturer within the box of tv creation.
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What sort of audience would this person appeal to? + Can this person do the job I need him or her to do for this programme? If you are still in doubt, then the rule of thumb is: can I work with this character? If the answer is yes to all or most of these questions then you should go ahead and book that person for your programme. If not, then you need to look for someone else. Access This is where I have known many documentaries to fall down. Many people come up with a great idea and an exciting sounding story, but then you find out that the characters live in Peru.
Have they agreed to be filmed? Er, not yet. The film will not work unless you can get to them and they agree; and possibly the foreign country agrees to let you do that sort of film on its territory. This means they all have to agree to take part in your programme, and preferably sign a release form, before filming begins. That usually means ringing them up often, reassuring them and telling them what is going on. You need access not only to the people, but also to the locations that will give authenticity to your story and your chosen characters.
If you need to create special effects or recreate a period look with colourizing effects, then allow extra time and finance for the hire of high-end computer graphics equipment (for example, Quantel's Editbox) and an operator. Episodic effects are getting more cost effective, but they take a lot of time and you certainly need to plan and budget for them. You might want to create energy beams or time warps for your sci-fi drama. Perfectly possible, but you cannot do it on location. Ask an expert in a facilities house for a budget for the special effects you need.