I just wanted note today, sometimes we forget that in the fog of shooting or in post... we think we know everything, and we have nothing to learn, or that a decision made cannot be un-made, or we are the most important person, or "they" can't make this without me. ... but in reality... Making a feature movie is a TEAM sport if it is nothing else. If you are planning or making a feature... the first, the most important, the number ONE thing you MUST do is assemble your core team. Without a solid core team your project is prepped for failure. I know a lot about making movies... I've done it for almost 20 years now.. I've held almost every position in production and in post, and the one thing I know the most about is that I don't know jack shit... For every crumb of knowledge I have, there are a hundred things I learn that I don't know. Frankly the more I learn the more ignorant I feel. You need a team and a team's knowledge base to make something as difficult, time consuming, costly and technically difficult as a feature film. Put your core team together first... the rest will follow.