How long does it take for a movie to be edited?
Usually the rough cut of the entire film will be available six weeks after principle photography wraps. It may take an additional 6 to 8 weeks for the producer, director and editor to create the final cut. Typically it takes two to three weeks to edit a one hour, action-adventure TV show such as CSI.
Production. This is the meat, of course. Most big-budget feature films entail two to three months of shooting, 5 days a week. The standard filming day is scheduled for 12 hours, but days always run long, and often end up being more like 16 hours or even as much as 20 hours.
- Weekly Performers. Actors are also paid on a weekly basis. Weekly performers and stunt performers earn much more than their daily counterparts, but also must work for five days to qualify for the weekly rate. These performers are each paid a minimum of $2,979 as of July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014.
- From the Screen Actors Guild website: http://www.sag.org/content/resid Residuals are compensation paid to performers for use of a motion picture or television program after its initial use. For film work, residuals begin once the movie appears on video/DVD, basic cable and free or pay television.
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Shooting phase, takes ten to twelve weeks, if you're lucky. This is just one of the creative phases in making a movie. 4. Post-Production can take up to six months.
- It depends on mood and style of shooting of director. Some films can take as less as 34-35 days while some may take upto 6 months, it's totally upto the comfort level of the director (mainly), producer & actors. Point is that after how much time the producer wants to see his film on sccreens in theaters. That's all.
- On average, movies run for about four weeks in at least 2,000 theaters, and some films will run in at least 1,000 theaters for another week after that. So, generally, it's safe to say that a two-week run time is a sign that a movie missed the mark.
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Updated: 19th September 2018