I had attended a SAG-AFTRA meet some months back where they hosted a screening of the Dallas Buyers Club film and the star, Matthew Mconahey, who was there for a Q&A for the film. The thing that stood out from what he talked about was the importance of pre-production. This film was done in like 29 days, and he said that pre-production was THE most important thing to get a film going, The brief mentions of scout locations, what could be done in a scene, and the time they had to do it, what could be feasible and still keep things realistic while still working with a smaller budget. I was inspired, and especially with today's technology, more people can accomplish their work, but I know that the emphasis on pre production seems to be the most paramount. My question is, now that I have a script, what does pre-production involve?