Tip #825: Handling Unexpected Location Setbacks

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Tip #825: Handling Unexpected Location Setbacks

Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com

Production Planning Means Planning for Chaos

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This article, written by Jourdan Aldredge, first appeared in PremiumBeat.com. This is an excerpt.

Knowing how to quickly and safely solve problems on set can save an entire production. Here are the critical areas to focus on. This article provides videos and links to handling problems.

Let’s face it, when working in film and video production, there are going to be problems that pop up on even the most tightly-run sets. It just comes with the territory. That’s why it’s critical for any filmmaker, director, or producer to plan well, schedule accordingly, take real measures up front to address all potential safety concerns, and, you know, still expect the unexpected.

Here’s what Jourdan covers:

  • Serious Emergencies
  • Safety Measures for Stunts
  • Schedules and Delays
  • Locations and Weather
  • See a Problem, Report a Problem

The article linked above also includes links to five other articles covering film and video production.

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