For me, I think that the biggest roadblock that our team handled is that it is really hard to get the work that is outside of school done on time. We all have such busy schedules that it is quite hard for us to be at the same location at the same time. Now you would think that when I say not all of us that I mean like only one or two of us cannot make it, but it will be perhaps only one person there for a whole interview. Then that person is put on the spot to make everything perfect by themselves and it is not easy for one person to set a whole interview up by them self, and if one thing is wrong then we will have to do the whole interview again an d let me tell you something it takes some work to plan an interview. And then it all has to be done by a certain time, and time goes by pretty fast when you are working hard.
I think that the most valuable part of the film making process is the editing. For me, editing is pretty hard to learn and remember. For example, to get the blade to cut something is when you press B, and when you ant to get rid of the blade you press A. Now, when I go to edit I have to have somebody else there that knows how to edit so that if I have a question I can ask them. Aside from learning how to edit it really takes a long time. For example, in one interview that we did he kept on talking for 26 minuets so we had to cut it down to only 1 or 2 minuets and cover most of it with B-Roll. And that is what I think the most valuable part of the film making process.