Hello, and sorry if you have seen a million of these threads, I am in charge of figuring out a lighting scheme for a new community television studio, and I don't really know much about lighting so I need your help. We have roughly a 20' X 35' room with 8' high fixed grid with 3' space. This will be a for a filming, hopefully to be used either lengthwise or width wise (filming on either wall) and attached to a fairly basic 16 channel dimmer panel. We have a white wall, navy blue curtain, or green screen as a backdrop, and of course a tight (very) budget. I was looking at either pars or fresnel for broad lighting, but not sure what the difference between those two are, and the difference between different pars are, like parnels for instance. Also in our theater at school there are sike lights which look like a quarter pie from the side and would possibly work well for a green screen, but not sure what they are called, or if they are the best solution.
Ok, that's a lot of info, pretty much what I would like is if someone can design a lighting setup for cheap as possible, but decent quality for television, nothing fancy. A good even lighting, and green screen lighting if possible.
Thanks for any help you can offer.