An Indie Film Company’s Process For Making A Movie – Preface

We all have our different processes for everything we do.  Going to the store for groceries. Cleaning the house. Doing a project at work.  It’s all a process and everybody has a different way to do everything.  And as long as the work gets done, it doesn’t matter what the process is.  If it works for you, then it is perfectly fine.

Which brings us to the point of this post.  The 19th & Wilson process for making a movie.  It’s definitely different from the way you do it. But, also, definitely has some similarities. Now, we are not writing this to tell you exactly how to get your movie made.  Only how we get ours made and to help us hone our skill so that we can make our own processes better. Hopefully, along the way, you can take some little tidbits here and there to help you get yours made as well.

We’ll go from starting a company to writing a script to pre-production to production to post to delivery. There may be some things you have read in other books or blogs, but that is how we have learned as well, by gathering as much information as we can and then going to make a movie.

If you have any questions, need any elaboration on any of the posts or are curious about a topic we haven’t discussed yet, feel free to write them in the comments bellow.

This is going to be a fairly long series of posts, so sit back and relax as we guide you through our process.

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