Producers are right brain/left brain people. They must have the skills to incubate and shepherd creative ideas alongside the ability to manage complex negotiations, financing arrangements, and large groups of people.
David Kaufmann breaks down what he’s learned from operating on both the independent and corporate sides of media and film, and will help you to understand the invisible forces that govern the content business.
You’ll look at each aspect of the producer’s process from:
- finding an idea
- acquiring intellectual property
- sourcing financing
- and more…
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