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F2627 - The Crew Props, Assistant Director, Continuity

The Crew Props, Assistant Director, Continuity
Item No. F2627

The Crew Props, Assistant Director, Continuity

Series: The Crew Behind the Scenes of the Film Industry
Item No: F2627
Length: 22 minutes
UPC: 70962911
Copyright: 2005
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 9-Adult
Age Range: 15-Adult
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Valuable for students aspiring to enter the world of Filmmaking. Young people everywhere are interested in "breaking in" to film production. However it is a business shrouded in mystique and it is very difficult to find out what it's all about or how to get started. In this six program series, The Crew unravels the mystery and explores the various technical positions that form a film production unit. Covering 18 different departments from Grips to Costume, Lighting to Makeup, the series vividly presents the jobs and lives of film production workers and explores the technical aspects of producing a film by talking to the people who make it happen. In each program, The Crew follows technicians from three various departments, in the milieu of a film set as they perform their jobs. The technicians talk candidly about hierarchy, job demands and the creative aspects of each position. They discuss how to get started, entry-level skills required, pay rates to expect and the personal pros and cons of working in "the business." Props Master: Head of the props department. Responsible for obtaining and providing all items that a performer picks up and uses during a production. 1st Assistant Director: The person in charge of creating the schedule, running the set and keeping a certain pace during shooting. As the director?s right hand, the 1st AD operates as the conduit between the crew and the director. Script Supervisor: The person in charge of making sure that continuity is adhered to throughout the filmmaking process. Script supervisors ensure that between takes and shoots, the background, props and actors, their clothes, makeup, hair and more are in the same state that they were in previous shots for a logical progression in the finished film.

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