Starting a Production Company Doesn’t Have To Be Hard

Posted on: by Michael Tringe

The title says it all.

As you gain more experience, you may want to expand your range from freelance into an organized company. Starting a Production Company comes with some risks but ultimately bigger rewards for your work. Being a part of a singular name, in my opinion, attaches a bit more credibility to your work. If I were a client with an important project on my hands it may feel more secure to partner with a group as opposed to a freelancer, depending on the size and type. A group may yield better delivery and execution as well as gain working relationships with bigger clients. This is a relationships-based industry, so the more quality contacts the better.

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How to Start a Production Company

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Written by Michael Tringe

Mike Tringe earned his MFA in Film Production from USC and has worked at Creative Artists Agency Film Sales (Paranormal Activity, Black Swan), Vuguru, Michael Eisner's multi-platform studio, (The Booth at the End (Hulu), Don't Ask, Don't Tell (Snag), Little Women Big Cars (AOL), and Blip Networks (300 million monthly views, Smosh, Annoying Orange, Nostalgia Critic).

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