Terms in this set (17)
a script for a film including dialogue and descriptions of characters and sets
Sketches that portray the way the image on television should look in the finished program.
A list of all the film shots necessary to complete a film (or a day of filmming).
The annotated script, containing information about set-ups used during shooting
A person who looks for suitable locations for filming.
This person is essentially the group leader and is responsible for managing the production from start to finish.
The director is primarily responsible for overseeing creative aspects of a film such as the shooting and assembly of a film.
Director of Photography
The Cinematographer who sets up shots & chooses lenses, camera movements & lighting schemes.
The person, or people, who provides the funding necessary to produce the program.
The person who provides general assistance around the studio or production facility.
The chief electrician on a movie production set.
A person who moves the equipment, scenery, and props on a studio set.
A person who gets the word out for auditions and finds talent for the film.
Someone who designs or supplies wardrobe for a film.
A person who chooses shots, often with the director, and combines hours of film footage together to make a movie.
When a film is accepted by producers and/or a studio for a budget and production.
When a film is stuck in pre-production and doesn't get to the production phase.
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