Do You Want To Make A TV Show, But Don’t Know Where To Start?
You start by taking the Akakū introduction and orientation class, “Introduction to Public Access and Akakū.” In this class, we walk you through all the information you need to become a certified Akakū Community Producer. After attending the class and paying the annual, producer fee ($35./yr.) Akakū allows you to borrow production equipment, use the Michael Clark Studio or use our Media Lab edit bays, at no charge.
After taking the class you can fill out a Production Proposal Form, sign the agreement and submit it to the Education Department.
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Pre-Production is an invaluable part of any production. In Pre-Production, you plan out all aspects of your production including; location scouting, equipment needs and talent releases. Having a good plan is crucial to a successful project, and below are a few materials to get your pre-production rolling.