Therefore in a nutshell, whether he/she reports to a higher authority within the company, the producer is involved in ensuring the themes, effects and outcomes of the activities of the production process are achieved as intended. In this paper, the film: Andrei Rublev is taken into consideration and the various elements of production are analyzed and critiqued. The results of these aspects are also looked at. The major considerations in film production include the creative and the practical aspects of the production in relation to the desired effect and results. Some of the major creative aspects of film production include magical realism. This is a style that is commonly used as a literal genre but has come to be common in film production and is depicted by what happens when a highly detailed, realistic setting is invaded by something too strange to believe (stretcher, 1999, p. 263). Fantasy, a creative style that involves the use of conflicting codes in the film (candy, 1995, p. 30), is also a way of applying creativity and reaching the intended target in production. The practical aspects include the of connecting factors, image production, budgeting and content considerations. Thus, in this paper much is sought in the analysis of these and the results therein as follows. The Film: Andrei Rublev Based in medieval Russia and Moscow at a time of the communist dominance in the 1960s, the film seeks to depict the realistic portrait of the medieval Russia and the effects that people, art, and Christianity has on the government machinery of the time of Russia's historical identity. Produced by Andrei Tchaikovsky and screenplay written by Andrei konchalvorsky, it uses the life of an artist (Andrei Rublev) and how he uses art to tackle the challenges that he faces every day, the role of faith, artistic freedom and the possibility of making art for the repressive machinery of the authority of the time and its hypocrisy, technology and its empiricism (Hoberman, 2007). The film features Andrei Rublev, an icon 15th century painter, Anatoly Solonitsyn, Nikolai Grinko, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolai Burlyayev and Irma Raush (Hoberman, 2007). The plot is divided into seven chapters plus a prologue and an epilogue and mainly talks about the icon painter through several episodes of his life and the background is based on the is the 15th century Russia characterized by the turbulent period of of fighting between the rival princes and the invasions. The prologue onsets by showing Yefim (Nikolai Glazkov) in a hot air balloon that commences flight but later crash lands and the scene ends by a horse lolling by the pond. The jester, based on the summer of 1400, sees the three monks; Andrei, Danil and Kirill from the Andronikov monastery heading to Moscow in search of work. Andrei is a character of an observer and humanistic person. He seeks to see the good in people and inspire them, Danil is a withdrawn introvert who pays very little attention to creativity but is in search of self realization while Kirill is a jealous, self righteous but a very witty and individual perspective. After the jester the plot progresses in a series of chapters from Theophanes The Greek, Summer-Winter-Spring Of 1405-1406, The Passion According To Andre, 1406, The Feast Of 1408, The Last Judgment, 1408, The Raid Of Autumn 1408, The Silence , Of Winter 1412, The Bell Spring And Finally, The Epilogue, where, for the first time, the color icons of Andrei Rublev are shown.