Contributed By Glen Berry
Production Value is a Method of Evaluating Quality
Production Value is Easily Assessed
The Industry Will not Permit Low Production Value
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Commercial value of a movie will be evaluated on the basis of production value, which says nothing about the artistic quality of the piece.
Even the most unsophisticated of viewers can and will make a judgment about the production value of your film in a matter of moments.
The film industry is far too competitive to deliver projects of low production value. You must maximize the value that each dollar delivers to the picture.