Movies can teach us a lot about film production and management provided you know what film production is. In short, Film production includes managing three stages: pre-production, production, and post-production that contribute to the successful completion of a film. It is one of the most in-demand and well-paid jobs in the film industry today and that is why RSACE decided to introduce this course. Many aspirants enroll their names into film production & management courses because the city has some of the best film schools in India including Ramesh Sippy Academy which is located in mumbai University in the heart of the city of mumbai and close to the Film iIndustry creating great opportunities for its students to connect with the film world even after college hours.To learn the best, you need to learn from the best. After pursuing a relevant degree from a film school like Ramesh Sippy Academy ( RSACE ) you can start your career as an assistant production manager and gradually become the producer with experience.
You need good communication skills for marketing as you have to look for sponsors here RSACE connects you with the industry, Directors writers and the production houses during master classes through which you can look at job opportunities
As a producer will be responsible for script finalization by consulting with the director. You will have the final say on locations, set, and equipment for the film. One of your key job responsibilities is to get funds for the film and set a workable or realistic budget according to your capacity. You will sketch the production schedule according to which the film shoot will run. So basically, the film production and management team looks after everything from the idea development to the planning, execution, and releasing. Hence, making a great film with a limited budget is in the hands of a film producer, to a great extent. But for that, you have to know your job well. At RSACE we teach you all you need to know including budgeting,presentations, pitching digital marketing , permission pipelines etc.The course has been designed by industry experts and curated by Padmashri Ramesh Sippy himself and with 75% practical training you get to do
Many student film projects in the three years of the course. The first yer being set aside for the foundation you learn all aspects of film making to have a good understanding of the film world and how it operates and you apply this knowledge to your specialisation course for the remaining 2 years.There are many career options in the field of film production and management. You can start your career as an assistant producer and then rise to higher positions. In this role, you will have to undertake responsibilities like location, logistics, equipment, and budget for ad films, music videos, short commercials, or even a mainstream movie.You can choose to become a production manager if you like to handle day to day film schedule and daily budget estimation.Working as a floor manager in shooting studios is a great option.You can become a scheduler where you plan the schedule for the film.
Every Production house, every TV Channel, every web series and digital content maker hires an Executive Producer to Execute and supervise the projects. Its a great job and pays extremely well. If you love teaching, you can join the academic field to teach film production ånd management and of course, you could get funding and become independent and produce your own films.RSACE as a part of the curriculum sends you to attend the relevant fairs, events and festivals to learn and connect with the key people. The entry-level pay for assistant producer and manager can vary largely. If you hold a degree from one of the best film schools like RSACE(Ramesh Sippy Academy of cinema and entertainment) you could earn up to Rupees 10,00000 or more in a year.