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There are many things to keep in mind when working on a project.  These issues range across the board, but none are too big or small to understand the basics.  As a Line Producer or UPM, you likely will never need to change a lens on a camera, color time the final cut, or push a dolly.  However, understanding what everything means and how it all works in a general sense is something you should work on.  I do too.  This section compiles information to help you understand things a bit more - from development to post.

Although I have divided the subjects by production period, it does not necessarily mean that you should not think about things sooner.  Know something needs to happen in a Post, but you have not shot a frame of film yet?  It's OK to knock that off your list and take care of it now, if possible.  Why wait?

 

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