Every production, (whether Film, TV, Theatre or Online Content), requires advanced production paperwork to be established, worked on and distributed to the various (heads of) department(s) concerned throughout all the phases of a film's creation process.

The resources and work behind ProductionCentral are the culmination of continual research and continuing professional development (CPD) as a result of contact made, and between, various independent filmmakers, students and lecturers at leading UK film schools and specialist institutions teaching film production, and freelancers. 

This independently-published checklist is the culmination of research and continuing professional development (CPD) as a result of contact made to, and between, various independent filmmakers, students at leading UK film schools and specialist institutions teaching film production, film school lecturers and freelancers. 

Studio Holder acknowledges that this is not the definitive set of resources for working in high-end drama / projects (backed and supported by major motion picture studios or for any of the major broadcasters in the UK), but the resources that can be found here are a strong basis for clear, professional and up-to-date film production practice which freelancers and independent filmmakers should utilise in order to achieve best production practices. 

Members Consulted include (as of academic year 2019-2020 and at the time of this resource's publication): Students at The National Film & Television School (NFTS)Westminster Film School (University of Westminster)RavensbourneKings’ College London


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