INTRO TO PRODUCTION ACCOUNTING
This one day, intensive workshop introduces the specialized skills of film and television production accounting to those with little accounting experience.
It is designed to give students an overview of the role of a Production Accountant and managing a production budget from lock off stage to completion.
Over two days students will look at the tasks and requirements of a Production Accountant during Pre-Production, Shoot and Post-Production.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Pre-Production, this includes an outline of the scope of the job as well as the profile of a good production accountant, tasks and requirements include cash flowing, budget management, project set up requirements and understanding finance plans and the production investment agreement, development treatment and cost reporting in the pre-stage
Production: an overview of processing accounts payable, payroll, petty cash, purchase orders along with working relationships, shoot costings is provided along with cost reporting at the shoot stage.
Post production: an outline of tasks and requirements for post-production such as reconciliations, balance sheet finalisation, handovers, audit, offset and post facilities processing are provided for this stage of production as well as final cost report wrap up.
No refunds. In cases of emergencies, students can be scheduled for the same workshop on next available date of workshop. Only one reschedule permitted.
If you are registering someone for the workshop. Please email the name of the person that will attend the workshop.
Instructors, dates and times are subject to change.
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