What a Producer Does: The Art of Moviemaking (Not the Business) by Buck HoughtonWhat a Producer Does: The Art of Moviemaking (Not the Business) by Buck Houghton

What a Producer Does: The Art of Moviemaking (Not the Business)

byBuck Houghton

Paperback | January 1, 2007

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Houghton delves into the area of movie production and addresses the job's creative concerns rather than the fund-raising aspects. His insights into choosing a story, the writer, director, production crew and cast, and the whole of the moviemaking process should set any film, television or even music video producer onto the right tracks. Buck Houghton is most readily known as the producer of the first one hundred-plus episodes of the Twilight Zone.

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Title:What a Producer Does: The Art of Moviemaking (Not the Business)Format:PaperbackDimensions:200 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:January 1, 2007Publisher:Silman-James PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1879505053

ISBN - 13:9781879505056

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A movie producer does far more for a film than raise the money. There are many creative concerns both novice or veteran producers must address. Buck Houghton’s What a Producer Does: The Art of Moviemaking--Not the Business delves into such subjects as choosing a story, selecting a writer and director, hiring the production crew and cast. Whether the arena is television, movies, or music videos, What a Producer Does is an invaluable resource.