I have finished writing a screenplay that has been on my mind for years - decades really. It is called CRAP! and the entire thing takes place in a public men's room and we never see any of the faces of the various characters who come in and out. Only their feet from under the stall door. Of course we do see the main character's face. In fact, the success of this film will depend almost entirely on the actor's ability to perform exaggerated facial expressions in reaction to the situations the main character faces in there (it is a dark comedy).
Now I have to plan the production. First, I have to create my story boards in a previz program called FrameForge. Then I have to secure the location which I think I have already done. Next I have to get a camera man, lighting person, and hold auditions for the parts. ancillary characters must perform off-screen dialog and on-screen... uh, footwork. I see the main character as a cross between Jim Carrey and Mathew Perry.
Oh, and of course there is one more really important pre-production item I need. Music! Preferably, original songs from an unknown band. However, I am very picky about the musical score of my works and unless I get lucky and find a true diamond in the rough I'm not likely to actually go that route. Which leaves me with having to use SmartSound or some other canned music source. I hate that because there is no better way to set a film apart than to use good, original music that everyone likes.
So I have my work cut out for me. Wish me luck.