How to Become a Movie Producer

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Watching movies is an extremely popular past time and an integral part of the United States culture. The movie industry is a multi-billion dollar industry and professionals are required to express ideas and create images and produce the motion pictures. This is the job of movie producers.


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What does a movie producer do?

Movie producers are responsible for all aspects of a movie from the start to finish. They initiate, organize, and manage all production stages. They seek out ideas that can be turned into motion pictures. They complete research and come up with ideas by watching many movies, reading hundreds of manuscripts, and make many professional contacts. They hire actors, directors, camera operators, and other production staff. They work closely with directors on selecting the script, cast members, and location. Movie producers are also involved with all the financial parts of the movie including financing the production costs. They develop a detailed budget and make sure all costs stay within that amount. They also give an estimated production time and make efforts to stay on schedule. Some movie producers also negotiate contracts with design and artistic staff. Film studios often employ movie producers and some work independently. Many producers promote their own projects.

What kind of training does a movie producer need?

Movie producers typically start out as actors and complete formal dramatic training through universities or acting conservatories. Some movie producers were previously writers, business managers, or film editors. Others start in service organizations or performing arts unions. Many movie producers have a bachelor degree in drama, theater, film, or related field. Some have Master of Fine Arts degrees. Many colleges and universities offer degree programs in arts management. Movie producers often attend workshops regularly to improve their skills.

What are the prospects for a career as a movie producer?

Employment of movie producers is projected to grow about as fast as average for all professions, increasing 11% from 2006 to 2016 (1). The increasing production and distribution of major studio and independent movies will drive job growth. The increasing demand for movies in other countries will also contribute to job growth.

Job prospects are expected to be good with keen competition. Many job openings will arise for producers who retire or leave the field for other reasons.

How much do movie producers make?

As of September 2009, movie producers with 1 to 4 years experience earned annual salaries between $31,192 and $53,584. Movie producers with 5 to 9 years experience earned annual salaries between $41,761 and $73,408 (2).

A career as a movie producer is a great choice for individuals interested in the movie industry. Movie producers must have great organizational skills, excellent communication skills, and good leadership skills. They must exercise authority and give out directions and pay close attention to detail. They also need a high level of creativity and talent and business expertise.

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