Practice Production Project: Field (18-A)
Practice Production Projects are regularly scheduled field and studio productions intended to help producers and volunteers stay active in the AIM production community, after completing their basic production workshops. Practice Production Projects are supervised by AIM production staff and generally consist of, a pre-production meeting, and a single production date, followed by a screening and celebration of your work.
Once registered for a project, participants are required to attend the pre-production meeting. At this meeting, participants will be introduced to the project’s producer, and will collectively draft a production plan. An AIM instructor will be in attendance to provide any additional assistance needed.
The subject of the project will be chosen by the producer and will be presented to the team at the pre-production meeting. Click here for the list of possible subjects.
Crew positions will be assigned during the pre-production meeting. All crew members will earn 2 volunteer hours for the pre-production meeting, and up to 6 hours on the date of the production. In addition, members participate in 4 Practice Production Projects, serving in different crew positions, will earn a bonus of 20 volunteer hours.