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pre-production

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Definition of pre-production in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Work done on a product, especially a film or broadcast programme, before full-scale production begins: [as modifier]: the pre-production script
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  • You get to see production every step of the way, from story sessions to pre-production to filming to the post-production.
  • Plenty of detail on every aspect of the film from pre-production to opening night is covered.
  • Sadly for them, this film was ‘too late’ by the time it began pre-production in Italy.

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