Movie Magic Scheduling and Budgeting is the recognised industry standard software for scheduling and budgeting films and TV drama. They are complementary packages: information in scheduling may be exported to budgeting to assist in the process of costing the project. Please note that this Movie Magic software replaces Entertainment Partners Scheduling and Budgeting, the former industry standard software for production management.
The course is run over four consecutive weekdays or two weekends, combining lectures, practical demonstrations using computer projection, group tutorials and one-to-one tuition, incorporating valuable advice from a professional producer's point of view:
After taking this course, students should be able to work with both EP Scheduling and Budgeting software on their own productions.
This course will suit anyone moving into screen production who may be responsible for handling scheduling and budgets.
This course has been endorsed by the high-end TV working groups, supporting the continued professional development of the high-end TV industry and crew.
There are ScreenSkills bursaries available to cover some or all of the costs of this course - including travel, accommodation, subsistence, care or disability access support to attend this course. To find out more about the support you may be eligible for, click the button below:
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