Budget Workshop2019-12-16T16:49:31+00:00

Do you have a great script?  A dream project that you’d like to make a reality?  Before you can even start looking for locations or cast your first actor, you need a budget!

Regardless of your experience in finance or accounting, this course will guide you through the steps for creating a budget for your next project or educate you in one of the mysteries behind the accounting office door.  We will review budgeting terminology as well as go through a budget checklist for your project–feel free to bring a script breakdown if you have one.  We will drill down into specific above-the-line and below-the-line budgeting elements using a budget template but will also discuss budgeting software options.

At the end of this course, you should know how to structure a budget and develop line items.

Wednesday 1/15/20 – One day intensive workshop. Limited to 10. Ages 18+

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
$100 // $75 for Artist Foundry Members (Members: Contact Artist Foundry directly to register)

Sponsored by: Utah Film Commission

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Marcie Gibboney
Marcie GibboneyProduction Manager / Production Accountant
Marcie Gibboney has worked in the film and TV industry as a production supervisor, accountant and assistant director on more than 30 films and TV series, including The Giver, Damsel, HBO’s Mosaic, and Disney Channel’s Andi Mack. She is currently working as the production supervisor on High School Musical: The Musical: The Series for Disney+. One of her responsibilities is to manage each episodic budget.
Marcie is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America (PGA).
Marcie is passionate about building and educating Utah’s crew base–with the Utah Film Commission, she developed and currently manages the Utah Production Assistant Certification Program. She is currently working with industry professionals to develop the Grip & Electric Certification Program.
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