PRODUCTION BUDGETING AND SCHEDULING.
The basic building blocks of any project where we collaborate with our clients to establish the framework from which a project can be fully established.
TRACKING CHANGES IN PRODUCTION PRACTICES.
Constantly working across multiple projects we are able to track changes across a wide range of subjects to help keep our services relevant and up to date.
PRODUCTION PLANNING & DOCUMENTATION.
The blueprint stage of the operation where we combine budgets, schedules and other supplementary planning paperwork into recognised industry standard formats.
LIAISON WITH SERVICE COMPANIES ACROSS MULTIPLE TERRITORIES.
With our joint experiences of having worked in many different parts of the world we collaborate with service companies across many different regions during our project planning.
TAX CREDIT ASSESSMENT & VALUATIONS.
Many countries recognise the benefit of providing seemingly competitive tax credits for HETV production. But they may not tell the whole story. So we dig deeper to see how best to weigh the potential benefit of tax credits against the wider production landscape in different territories.
We and our clients find that before the green light, changes can occur to a project requiring additional input from us. That’s no problem – we can arrange on going, ad hoc consultancy without breaking the bank.
MAXIMISING PRODUCTION VALUE
At the heart of Richard Moat consultancy is approaching each project from the ground up to maximise production value by combining the most efficient use of the available time and desired budget to develop a cost effective project while maintaining high creative standards. This includes assessing with our clients the key components, ambition, and scope of their project leading to the execution and delivery of a bespoke production package.
From this point onwards our services can take different paths based on our clients needs but our services invariably start with a documented framework (a production schedule and budget) – if a project has come to us in the early stages.
“Carefully managed production documentation provides a blueprint detailing the logistics and potential cost of a project for either existing & potential key-holders or simply for further in-house use.”
In other situations we re-visit projects on behalf of our clients where work may have started some while before but needs a refresh. This has included on a number of occasions ‘translating’ a project from one territory to another. This may be for a number of reasons. It may be maximising the benefits of a move for either financial or aesthetic benefits. On other occasions this has been led by new key-holders joining the project.
In any event we can deliver a range of industry standard documentation. This has included budgets, schedules, supporting third party supplier details, any relevant legislative information and mood boards looking at locations across multiple territories. What ever is relevant to the task in hand.
All this activity is wrapped up with keeping track of changes within the industry (especially in such dynamic period of global investment) where there is a constant need for more drama based content both nationally and internationally.