Filmmaking (sometimes known as film production) is the process of creating a film. A narrative, a concept, or a commission are only a few of the many complicated and distinct steps that go into producing a film. It then progresses through the stages of scripting, casting, shooting, sound recording and pre-production, editing, and screening the final product in front of an audience, with the possibility of a film release and exhibition. Filmmaking takes occur in a variety of economic, social, and political settings around the globe. It makes use of a wide range of technological and cinematic methods.
Despite the fact that filmmaking was initially done on film, the majority of modern film productions are done digitally. Currently, filmmaking refers to the process of creating an audio-visual narrative for commercial distribution or broadcasting.