To make a movie, obtain a camera, choose a location and hire a crew to assist in making the production. Assemble the desired sets, install the lighting, and assign tasks, such as production manager or cinematographer, to the crew. After filming the scenes, edit the movie with editing software and add sound effects. Upload the movie to make it available online, or transfer the movie to disc.
When choosing a location, decide whether to film the movie indoors or outdoors. Outdoor sets are flexible, and are often used to create a low-budget film. After choosing the actors, select a wardrobe that is right for the setting and cast.
For instance, when creating a historic movie, use clothing from the time period to increase the authenticity of the movie. To ensure the production progresses smoothly, create exposition cues, and offer direction to the film crew to ensure the scenes are recorded properly. Multiple shots of the same scene are often required to achieve the desired results.
A low-cost camera is suitable for filming movies that are realistic. Before filming inside businesses, ask for the owner's permission. When choosing music for the movie, opt for copyright-free scores, or make new music for the movie. Do not use copyrighted music without obtaining permission.