Plans and Pricing

  • 1. Welcome
  • 2. Overview
  • 3. Hollywood Game: How the System Works
  • 4. & 5. Crafting Your Mission Statement (Parts 1 and 2)
  • 6. Genre & Concept
  • 7. Screenwriting: One-Liner & One-Paragrapher
  • 8. Step Outline
  • 9. Dialog & Characterization
  • 10. Length; 10-minute Rule; True to Genre
  • 11. Sequels; Famous Names or Stories
  • 12. Title
  • 13. Financing and Investors
  • 14. Financial Structure: Entities
  • 15. Crowdfunding
  • 16. Tax Incentives
  • 17-18. Budget
  • 19. A Big-Budget Look on a Low-Budget
  • 20. Scheduling
  • 21.Pre-Production
  • 22. Crew Positions
  • 23. Sound on Set
  • 24. Grip and Gaffer
  • 25. Script Supervisor
  • 26. Set Designer
  • 27. Wardrobe/Hair/Makeup/SFX
  • 28. Still Photographer
  • 29. Craft Services and Catering
  • 30. Unions
  • 31. Hiring
  • 32-35. Casting and High-Maintenance Actors
  • 36. Stars & Celebrities
  • 37. Locations; Insurance; Permits
  • 38. Directing
  • 39. Blocking; Hitting Your Mark
  • 40. Shot List
  • 41. Camera Angles
  • 42. Steadicam/Spotting
  • 43. Which scenes to shoot first
  • 44. Stunts/Weapons/Fight Scenes
  • 45. Lighting
  • 46. Green Screen
  • 47. Atmosphere
  • 48. Children
  • 49. Animals
  • 50. Security
  • 51. Set Etiquette
  • 52. Editor
  • 53. Post Sound
  • 54. Music; Cue Sheets
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  • 55-57. Marketing & Distribution
  • 58. Music Videos
  • 59. Shorter Films
  • 60. Cell Phone Filmmaking
  • 61. Next Wave of the Future
  • 62. Power of Filmmaking; Conclusion
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  • 1. Welcome
  • 2. Overview
  • 3. Hollywood Game: How the System Works
  • 4. & 5. Crafting Your Mission Statement (Parts 1 and 2)
  • 6. Genre & Concept
  • 7. Screenwriting: One-Liner & One-Paragrapher
  • 8. Step Outline
  • 9. Dialog & Characterization
  • 10. Length: 10-minute Rule
  • 11. Sequels; Famous Names or Stories
  • 12. Title
  • 13. Financing and Investors
  • 14. Financial Structure: Entities
  • 15. Crowdfunding
  • 16. Tax Incentives
  • 17-18. Budget
  • 19. A Big-Budget Look on a Low-Budget
  • 20. Scheduling
  • 21.Pre-Production
  • 22. Crew Positions
  • 23. Sound on Set
  • 24. Grip and Gaffer
  • 25. Script Supervisor
  • 26. Set Designer
  • 27. Wardrobe/Hair/Makeup/SFX
  • 28. Still Photographer
  • 29. Craft Services and Catering
  • 30. Unions
  • 31. Hiring
  • 32-35. Casting and High-Maintenance Actors
  • 36. Stars & Celebrities
  • 37. Locations; Insurance; Permits
  • 38. Directing
  • 39. Blocking; Hitting Your Mark
  • 40. Shot List
  • 41. Camera Angles
  • 42. Steadicam/Spotting
  • 43. Which scenes to shoot first
  • 44. Stunts/Weapons/Fight Scenes
  • 45. Lighting
  • 46. Green Screen
  • 47. Atmosphere
  • 48. Children
  • 49. Animals
  • 50. Security
  • 51. Set Etiquette
  • 52. Editor
  • 53. Post Sound
  • 54. Music; Cue Sheets
  • 55-57. Marketing & Distribution
  • 58. Music Videos
  • 59. Shorter Films
  • 60. Cell Phone Filmmaking
  • 61. Next Wave of the Future
  • 62. Power of Filmmaking; Conclusion

What Our Customers Are Saying

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David is the “down-home hybrid of Orson Welles.”

Backstage West

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Deborah Gilels, 20th Century Fox

 

“There are plenty of folks talking about how to make it in Hollywood, but unlike most of these folks David Heavener HAS made it in Hollywood, as an Actor, Director and Producer.”

Joe Estevez, Actor/Producer, brother of Martin Sheen

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