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    Guide to Film & TV Production Department Roles


    For novices in the film and television industry, the roles of the various departments and people involved in movie / TV production can be confusing. This free guide explains the role of each member of the production team, including:

    • The key creative team (producer, director, screenwriter).
    • The production department (executive producer, line producer, production manager, etc).
    • The script department (story producer, script editor, script co-ordinator).
    • The location department (location manager, location assistant, scout).
    • The camera department (DP/cinematographer, camera operator, 1st assistant camera operator, etc).
    • The sound department (sound recordist, boom operator).
    • The grip department (key grip, best boy, dolly grip).
    • The electrical department (gaffer, best boy, lighting technician).
    • The art department (production designer, art director, set designer, props master, etc).
    • The hair and make-up department (make-up artist, hairdresser).
    • The wardrobe department (costume designer, costume supervisor, costume standby, etc).
    • Post-production (film editor, assistant editor, colorist, etc).
    • Visual effects (FX supervisor, compositor, roto artist, etc).
    • Post-production sound and music (sound designer, dialogue editor, sound editor, etc).
    • Other production crew (casting director, storyboard artist, caterers, etc).
    • Interactive media (producer, designer, developer, etc).

    The free Guide to Film & TV Production Department Roles is a valuable learning tool for anyone just starting out in the movie business. Download your copy now.

    Download Type: Adobe PDF
    Last Updated: 11-June-2016
    SKU: 9150