Production cycle that begins with acquisition and ends with pre-production, during which a story's elements, including script, director, and cast are finalized in preparation for preproduction.
The lengthy and often painful process in which a screenplay is re-written time and time again to satisfy all those involved with the project, namely studio executives, directors, and cast members. To quote Howard Rodman: "Development is the process of taking the screenplay only you could have written, and turning it into something anyone could have written.
In this case, it is the determination of the best techniques for applying a new device or process to the production of goods or services.
the process during which a story or idea is written and formed into a script or a completed script is rewritten further to create a script ready to be produced.
Process of making a visible film image from the latent image produced during exposure.
(In general) Refers to the process wherein an organism changes over maturation, according to specifically designed programs encoded in its individual genetic code. In normal development, this code is presumed to reflect the typical development code of the species, with some room for idiosyncratic variation within an anticipated range. In general, development in each of the various areas identified proceeds at a rate consistent with, and supportive of, the development of other areas, and appears as an integrated, interactive process.
process of programming to meet user requirements as specified in software design.
term describing process of raising friends, funds
Making use of the knowledge and understanding gained from research, directed toward the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including design and development of prototypes, and processes. It excludes quality control, routine product testing, and production. See also: research, research and development
Efforts to systematically use scientific and technical knowledge to design, develop, test, or evaluate potential new products, processes, or services to meet specific performance requirements or objectives.
turning research into viable products
processing a photosensitive material in order to make an image visible; "the development and printing of his pictures took only two hours"
an iterative process that begins before the POMs are published and ends when critical issues are identified for inclusion in the CPA
a short but iterative process
Development is the process of advancing a story from idea to green-lit script. At its core, development is an editing tool for the screenplay, allowing entities that oversee the project's process to mold it into the necessary form. As a contemporary notion, however, it's become an expansive portion of the above-the-line procedure that includes many elements. The development process spreads into casting, production, and even distribution. The main tasks of an executive working in this field include the acquisition of material, advancement of the screenplay, and packaging.
JISC makes significant investment in work directed towards innovation in and improvement of products, processes, and services related to information and communications technology. This work is referred to as development in order to distinguish it from 'blue-skies' research.
Systematic use of the knowledge or understanding gained from research directed toward the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including the design and development of prototypes and processes.
Process that a script is put through before production in which it is altered and modified in order to suit the personal vision of any executive or individual who is attached to the project and has the power to request such changes.
the process of perfecting a script so that it is ready to shoot.
chemical or physical process which converts a latent image into a visible image.
Process in which a script is altered, changed, modified, etc., by a series of collaborative meetings between the writer and/or production executive, studio executive, director, or other individuals who may be attached to the project.
The process of work ing out and extending the theoretical, practical, and/or useful application of an idea, concept, or preliminary design. [D02307] RMW See Development Phase [D02180] The system atic use, under whatever name, of scientific and technical knowledge in the design, development, test, or evaluation of a potential new product or service (or of an improvement in an existing product or service) for the purpose of meeting specific performance requirements or objectives. Development includes the function s of design engineering, prototyping, and engineering testing. [D03496] GAT
n. the total process by which an organization increases public understanding of its mission and acquires financial support for its programs.
a) the gradual growth of a screenplay from germinal idea to fleshed out plot to final script; b) the breakdown, budgeting, and capitalization stage of bringing a screenplay into production (re-writes are often involved in the development stage.)
The chemical processing of exposed photographic material to produce an image.
The process by which a written submission is developed into a final shooting script. The department in a studio that handles all written material: finding the material, evaluating it and recommending to buy it.
The process whereby a single cell becomes a differentiated organism.
process of refining a prototype design or process to meet established product criteria (ref. ISO 11607: 2003(E)).
The process of preparing a script for production.
The process by which a compound discovered in research is progressed through human clinical trials prior to approval to market
process of converting exposed silver halides to a visible image.
is the process of analysis, design, coding and testing of software
The process of developing software.