There are a variety of issues in the field of movie production management. There are people who are dedicated to a particular element of the production for example, the camera or sound. Others who are committed to the technical aspects of film production are known as line producers and production assistants. They all report to directors or producers. Everyone has distinct skills and knowledge. However, they have a difficult time working together to create a film that everyone will enjoy.
Filmmaking is a field that has lots of competition and is dependent on both internal and external aspects. With all the various factors, a film production company might face serious issues at some point in their time. Through integrating flexible knowledge management practices, investing in cutting-edge technologies, and reaching the right audiences the company could be able survive the current financial crisis. The issues may not be as apparent as the one before however, they’re still important.
One of the most thorough films on production administration can be found in Cleve (2006). The book gives a comprehensive description of the movie’s production management challenges, from how to select the best team to identify the most appropriate budget, and the director who best suits the task. It also includes a valuable listing of some of the most frequent problems. The author believes that the primary issue is the inability to manage talent in the proper manner. At the final point, there’s not a “right way” to run the production of a film or production, and there is no definitive solution to what “right” is.