A film producer is responsible for overseeing all the aspects of a film from the very conception and writing of the story, the acquisition of funding, the artwork used for retail release, finalizing the actors, locations, etc. While there are a number of other professionals who assist film producers, such as directors, cinematographers, editors; in the end it is the film producer who makes sure that all the production components are working together through all phases of the filmmaking process.
As such there are no specific educational requirements to become a producer; Production and arts management degree programs are available for those who wish to obtain formal training. Common subjects in these programs include television and film production, acting, writing, finance, business administration, communications and the history of cinema.
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