Producer to Producer: A Step- By- Step Guide to Low Budget Independent Film Producing

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About the Author

New York-based producer Maureen A. Ryan is a powerhouse in narrative and documentary feature film. From Academy Awards to Emmys to Oscars, Ryan has contributed to many projects demonstrating her knowledge and skill set in the industry. As the Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University's Graduate Film program, Ryan holds an MFA (Film) from Columbia's School of the Arts and a BA (Economics) from Boston College.


"This does what no book on production has done before--you actually can go out and make a movie after you read it. Ryan is one of the best independent producers working today and this book will show you why. Like her, it's thorough, thoughtful, and highly enjoyable. Whether you are a novice or a professional, there is much to learn here." --Ben Odell, producer, Radical, Acapulco, cofounder 3Pas Studios
"This isn't just another book about how to produce a film; this is THE book about how to produce a film. No other book comes close to the detail, organization, and vast amount of knowledge in this volume. I've assigned Ryan's book as a professor, and I've used it as a resource for myself as a producer. If you want to produce movies, Producer to Producer is as essential as a pair of comfortable shoes." --Jack Lechner, producer, Blue Valentine, The Fog of War; Chair/professor, Columbia University
"Ryan does for low-budget producing what Julia Child does for French cooking, simplifying the complex art of producing into clear, concise, achievable steps that come together into what looks like magic. With her book in hand, there will be a lot less rookie mistakes to regret. The wisdom of a veteran indie producer distilled into one of the clearest, ego-less guides I have read. She knows how much the details matter and never loses sight of the 'big picture.'" --Hilary Brougher, writer/director, South Mountain, Stephanie Daley