Producers in the entertainment industry tend to the business and financial matters involved in making a movie, television show, or stage production. They oversee production and are responsible for the budget, timeline, and quality of the finished product.
The Job Scope
- Hiring staff for the production, such as the director, crew, and, sometimes, the cast
- Coordinating the activities of writers, directors, managers, actors, and other personnel throughout the production process
- Raising money and setting the budget and size of a production
- Establishing management policies
- Approving major production changes
- Monitoring post-production processes to ensure accurate completion of details
- Performing management activities such as overseeing budgeting, scheduling, planning, and marketing
- Conducting meetings with staff to discuss production progress and check-ins to ensure production objectives goals are met
Effectively coordinate with all of the people in a production to keep it running smoothly.
Make decisions for a production and decide on who to hire.
Create a realistic production schedule and ensure that the production is running on time
Degree in Video & Film Production
A-LevelMinimum of 2 principal passes
STPMMinimum CGPA of 2.0
Australian MatriculationMinimum of ATAR 60
Canadian Pre-UniversityAt least an average of 60%
Diploma in Video & Film Production
SPM / O-LevelMinimum 3 credits
An early career Film/TV Producer with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation of RM 3,000 a month.
A mid-career Film/TV Producer with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of RM 6,250 a month.