Filmmaking Process

Our Film making process from start to finish.


For short films, a production timeline is 6 weeks. For feature-length films, the production timeline is 6 months. The process can be broken down into similar stages as short films, but the scale and complexity of each stage will be much larger. The short and feature process is broken down into several stages, Pre-Production, Production and Post Production.
Idea Development

This is the initial stage of brainstorming, where the story of the film are developed.

Script Development

This stage involves writing the screenplay and revising it until it’s ready for production.


This stage includes location scouting, creating a shot list, storyboarding.


This is the process of selecting the actors who will portray the characters in the film.


This is the time for the cast and crew to work on the scenes, blocking, and timing.


Lights, Camera, Action! This stage involves shooting the scenes according to the shot list and storyboard.

Using all the cinema camera, lights and lenses available to take the modern audience on a cinematic journey of remarkable discovery through the mind’s eye.


Extracting the best performances from the actors on the film set. As well as making sure all the shots are captured.

Sound Recording

Capturing all the production audio dialogue from the actors on the film set.


The actors after having merticously rehearsing the script scenes. Perform on the film set to be captured by the camera and sound department.

That’s a Wrap

A successful film production and onto the post production stages.

Post Production

This is the final stage of the process, which includes editing the footage, adding visual effects, sound design, and music.
Non-Linear Video Editing

Organising the footage from the film, and joining the different shots filmed. To tell a story through a series of connected episodes or chapters along a story arc through different perspectives and experiences.

Sound Mixing

Adding character to the sound and creating a world of sound for the film to enhance the feel.

Visual EffEcts

Adding any needed VFX to aid the film story line.

Music Scoring

Adding music to create powerful and thought-provoking complex themes for the characters.

Colour Grading

Using colour to create a look and feel for the film.

Delivery ready to Show

Ready to show the final film, this can be submitted to film festivals, cast, crew, friends and family screening. As well as on-line video platforms like Youtube to show the films to a wider audience.