Filmmaking Studio - Movie Equipments
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In pre-production, the video is designed and planned. The production company is created and a production office established. The production is storyboarded and visualized with the help of illustrators and concept artists. A production budget is drawn up to plan expenditures for the film.
The producer hires a crew. The nature of the film, and the budget, determine the size and type of crew used during filmmaking. Many Hollywood blockbusters employ a cast and crew of hundreds, while a low-budget, independent film may be made by a skeleton crew of eight or nine (or fewer). These are typical crew positions:
* The director is primarily responsible for the storytelling, creative decisions and acting of the film.
* The assistant director (AD) manages the shooting schedule and logistics of the production, among other tasks. There are several types of AD, each with different responsibilities.
* The casting director finds actors to fill the parts in the script. This normally requires that actors audition.
* The location manager finds and manages film locations. Most pictures are shot in the controllable environment of a studio sound stage but occasionally, outdoor sequences call for filming on location.
* The production manager manages the production budget and production schedule. They also report, on behalf of the production office, to the studio executives or financiers of the film.
* The director of photography (DoP) is the cinematographer who supervises the photography of the entire film
* The director of audiography (DoA) is the audiographer who supervises the audiography of the entire film. For productions in the Western world this role is also known as either sound designer or supervising sound editor .
* The production sound mixer is the head of the sound department during the production stage of filmmaking. They record and mix the audio on set - dialogue, presence and sound effects in mono and ambience in stereo . They work with the boom operator, Director, DoA, DoP, and First AD.
* The sound designer creates the aural conception of the film, working with the supervising sound editor. On some productions the sound designer plays the role of a director of audiography.
* The composer creates new music for the film. (usually not until post-production)
* The production designer creates the visual conception of the film, working with the art director.
* The art director manages the art department, which makes production sets
* The costume designer creates the clothing for the characters in the film working closely with the actors, as well as other departments.
* The make up and hair designer works closely with the costume designer in addition to create a certain look for a character.
* The storyboard artist creates visual images to help the director and production designer communicate their ideas to the production team.
* The choreographer creates and coordinates the movement and dance - typically for musicals. Some films also credit a fight choreographer.
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