I'm far from a pro but I have had my arm twisted into filming the school nativity play (yawn) by a number of the mums who've seen my work. I've had the OK from the school, sorted out the LM licences (and had the OK from the publishers) and will be filming two performances with two cameras and so should just about be able to scrape together reasonable coverage. I accept lighting and sound will be an issue, but it'll be a step up from what they're used to.
My question is what to do with the finished product.
Basically I'd like to hand ove the DVD and artwork (what format?) for the DVD and the case to ahouse who will print the whole caboodle - burn the DVDs, print on them (preferably TY Watershield), print the covers and supply the cases.
Wuantities may be 25, 50 or 100 - it's an untested market at this school (180 pupils in the production)
Any recommendations? What sort of prices should I be looking at?
Or should I not go for an all in one solution and get covers printed in one place, DVDs burned elsewhere?
Or do it all myself?