Next, the screenplay is sent to a producer. That person organises the making of the film. He or she will manage the money and hire the film crew.

  1. [transitive] organise something to arrange for something to happen or to be provided

    1. [transitive] organise something to arrange something or the parts of something into a particular order or structure

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The verb organize (organise written with an s is the way they spell it in the UK) in this passage means to make arrangements for something such as an event to happen. The event can be pretty much anything that involves some form of organization (planning, in other words)—a meeting, a party, the making of a movie, a theatrical play and so on and so forth:

They organized a meeting between the teachers and students.

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