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Film Production is transforming rapidly with Eros International

Today, we have looked at the money involved in making a film but it’s the correct time to take much detailed information about the stages a film usually goes through. The start of a project varies, but generally discussions begin with development of a script, be that an existing script, a book or a brief story outline. Development may also commence with a director or Writer pitching an idea to a Producer.  However, Eros International has developed this process more seamlessly in Indian cinema. Eros is a pioneer and innovator in Indian film entertainment. Over the past 39 years, the Eros Group has acquired, co-produced and distributed some of the most recognized and successful Indian films across theatrical, television and other formats. The strategy of Eros is driven by the scale and variety of content and the global exploitation of that content through diverse channels. Eros International revolutionized the Indian film industry and has shown a new horizon in terms of business through entertainment. Eros has created an extensive and growing movie library comprising of over 2,000 films, including recent and classic titles that span different genres, budgets and languages.      

How many of you know the details about the pre and post production of a film?   

Pre-production of a film is one of the most vital tasks where the entire planning takes place before the camera rolls and sets the overall set-up of the project. Pre-production also includes working out the shooting location and casting. The producer usually hires a line manager or production manager to create the schedule, tentative dates and budget for the film. During this phase it is the key thing to keep the planning ahead of the daily shoot. The primary aim is to stick to the budget and dates, this requires relentless vigilance. Eros has changed various situations to a seamless one. Today, Indian film and television industry is going through several remarkable transformations. The proliferating business of Indian films across the world has been successful only by Eros International and its incomparable endeavour.