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Plan Movie

  1. 1. Plan it out
  2. 2. This stage tends to be a bit laborious, but it's well worth it when it comes to filming day. After all, you only get out what you put in. The first step is to write a screenplay with all the lines of dialogue as well as directions for your actors. Ask people you trust to read over it - maybe your teachers or parents - and ask them what they think. Make changes wherever necessary.
  3. 3. If you're up to it, draw up a storyboard that illustrates what you plan to shoot, scene by scene. You don't necessarily have to be good at drawing to do this. I tend to photograph my shots on location because stick figures don't really do it for me.
  4. 4. During this stage you should also construct a shooting schedule . That just means a basic plan of when and where you'll do your filming. This helps you stick to a schedule, but it's also useful to let your actors know when they're needed.
  5. 5. Finally, make sure it's legal to film wherever you want to do your shooting. I once got kicked out of a shopping center for filming without permission. Lesson learned: permission is important!

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