How To Produce A Porn Movie

Porno movies, often called X-rated or dirty movies, can be big business so it could be worth your time to learn about how to produce a porn movie. With the resources available to amateur movie makers today, producing a porno movie is easier than it's ever been. Digital recorders, computers, writing and editing software, and the Internet offer anyone interested in producing a porn movie all the tools needed to write, produce and market their porno films right from their own homes. To produce your porn movie, you will need:

  • a screenplay
  • a location
  • actors and actresses
  • camera
  • lighting
  • computer
  • film editing software
  1. Check the laws regarding pornography in your state. It's a good idea to hire a lawyer and find out what you can and can't do regarding making an adult film. Laws vary by state, not only regarding making adult films, but distributing them as well.
  2. Find a screenplay. Most porn movies aren't known for well-written stories, but having a screenplay can help refine the shooting process of the movie. You may not even need a full script. An outline of the story and the sex scenes in the movie might be enough. Write the script or outline yourself if you have writing ability. This will save productions costs.
  3. Find a location where you will shoot your movie. The fewer locations you use, the cheaper the film will cost. Try to shoot a movie that uses primarily daylight scenes too. Shooting night scenes or scenes that require darker settings will mean more lighting.
  4. Hire actors and actresses. Be sure they are all of legal age to perform the scenes in your movie. Require actors and actresses to sign releases and a statement of age before you hire them. It's a good idea to have a lawyer on hand to draw up legal contracts.
  5. Purchase or rent the best equipment you can afford. There are movie equipment rental facilities online and in the phone book where you can rent or purchase the lighting and cameras you'll need to make your movie. If possible, purchase your equipment. The type and expense of your equipment will depend upon your budget and the quality of the film you want to produce, but if you plan to make more than one movie, owning your equipment can save you money over the long run.
  6. Edit your own film. There are several film editing programs that will allow you to put your scenes together and edit them on a computer right in your living room. This can save you a fortune in studio expense. Learning to use some of these programs well can take a little time, but the money you can save not having your film professionally edited will add up quickly. The money you save is money you can put into other areas of shooting your movie.

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