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Production Manager - supervises the physical aspects of the production (not the creative aspects) including personnel, technology, budget and scheduling. It is the production manager’s responsibility to make sure the filming stays on schedule and within its budget.
Assistant Director (1st and 2nd) - assists the production manager and the director. Generally in charge of overseeing the day-to-day management of the cast and crew including scheduling, equipment, script and the set.
Production Assistant - assists the first assistant director with set operations. Production assistants, referred to as "pa’s". Also assists in the production office with general tasks.
Script supervisor - also known as "continuity person" keeps track of what parts of the script have been filmed and makes notes of any deviations between what was actually filmed and what appeared in the script.
Production Designer- works directly with the director and producer to select the settings and style to visually tell the story. Begins work in pre-production working with the director, producer and director of photograph to establish the visual feel and aesthetic needs of the project. Works with the costume designer, hair and make-up stylists, special effects director and location manager to establish a unified visual appearance to the film.
Director of Photography (D.P) - is the head of all technical departments on a film crew and is responsible for establishing how the script is translated into visual images based on the director’s request.
Camera Operator (C.O.) - Works closely with the D.P to determine the composition for each shot as instructed by the director. The primary job of the camera operator is to make smooth pan and tilt moves in order to maintain the composition of the subject and also the keeps the action within the frame lines.
First Assistant Cameraman ( 1st A.C.) (Focus Puller) - knows and understands all professional motion picture camera equipment and accessories currently used in the industry. 1st A.C. Reads the script so that he/she is aware of the story and recommends any special equipment that may be need to carry out specific shots and is responsible for the overall care and maintenance of all camera equipment during production.
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- Background Check