Art and entertainment, a happy ending scenario?
Shooting problems are inevitable in the audiovisual world. For planners, it’s true that they are often synonymous with stress, but this is even more true for actors on live broadcasts. Whether prime time entertainment, televised news, or any other recorded life performances, all these productions need an immediate response for…
Shooting problems are inevitable in the audiovisual world. For planners, it’s true that they are often synonymous with stress, but this is even more true for actors on live broadcasts. Whether prime time entertainment, televised news, or any other recorded life performances, all these productions need an immediate response for the broadcast to continue.
No improvisation in risk management
The codes and ways of doing things in the audiovisual industry are different from conventional entrepreneurship. This makes it all the more important to work with qualified intermediaries.
With a wealth of experience in the industry and fluency in its jargon, Stelliant Loss Adjusting’s audio and performing arts experts understand what is at stake when the unexpected arises.
The needs and problems encountered differ depending on the duration of the shooting and the costs incurred. Because audiovisual incidents are diverse, they can take different forms and occur in different places:
- In production: anything that can get in the way of shooting
- In equipment failure: any shooting equipment failure or defect in other scenery, etc.
- In audiovisual documents: problems on hard drives, film, stolen rushes, deteriorated images to be corrected with special effects, etc.
The story of an ever-present risk
When the star falls ill a week before shooting starts, production on a television film will be suspended. Since the film cannot be shot without this actor, the situation becomes particularly worrisome. A solution must be found. At the same time, the script cannot be changed without agreement from the writers who hold the copyright and the director who has the rights to the image.
The audio loss adjuster will then play a key role: helping to find concrete solutions to limit loss and injury. Images from previous episodes, a voice-over by an impersonator, etc… Stelliant Loss Adjusting’s audiovisual experts suggest emergency changes for those involved to limit financial losses and expenses incurred by shooting delays. Preliminary steps before getting to work on a precise calculation of the losses.