Rich Marie


In the end, line producers are in charge of every crew member and every contract. They oversee all the negotiations and paperwork when hiring the personnel, department heads, caterers, and studio facilities. They recognize the craft of filmmaking, anticipate obstacles and mishaps, and never allow expenses to go above the profit margin.


Line producers monitor the spending plan and the filming schedule during production. They handle unforeseen situations and assist in coming up with original solutions both on set and in the office. They supervise the wrap or winding down, of the production at the conclusion of the shoot and turn the reins over to the post-production supervisor.