Feb 262010
 

If you’ve ever worked on a major film project, you’ll know just how complex all phases of the production can be –

scripts and schedules get faxed and/or emailed back and forth, a bazillion phone calls and messages are made and left, and then whenever anything goes wrong (which is usually about once every 15 minutes) everything needs to be rejigged, and everyone needs to be notified of the changes. If only there were some way of posting that information where all the cast and crew could see it, people could make changes to it, and then everyone would be made aware of those changes. Gee, anything come to mind? Yes, it’s a new application for our friend, The Internet. scenechronize is its name, and it promises to save filmmakers a ton of confusion, frustration, time, money and paper.

The developers at Clever Machine, who created scenechronize, appear to have thought of every stage of a production. It includes pages for things such as…

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