by Jane Kelly Kosek.
I love collaborating. Usually two heads are better than one. But even the best collaborations can suffer. And when that happens, it’s a sad day but it’s not the end of the world.
I often compare a producer’s partnership with another producer, director or writer as a marriage. You interact on a daily basis and may even see that partner more than you do your significant other. These relationships are intense. You’re working on raising your baby aka your film together.
Lots of decisions need to be made both creatively and financially. And there will be times that you don’t see eye to eye. You may do your best to keep things calm in the moment, but over time, the disagreements may add up and overtake your relationship.
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