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The Writer
Writes the script, commentary and dialogue.
Pre-Production
The Producer
Raises the money and is responsible for the overall production.
Pre-Production
The Director
Interprets the script or proposal into film, and directs actors and production crew through the production manager and assistant director.
Production
The Cinematographer
Sets up shots according to the wishes of the director.
Production
The Production Manager
Draws up the budgets and scedules, and manages them for the durations of the shoot.
Production
The Assistant Director
Maintains order on the set, and makes sure actors are present when needed.
Production
The Composer
Composes the theme and music for the film.
Production
The Narrator
Is off-camera voice of the film.
Production
The Assistant Camera
Sets up the camera, keeps it clean, loads film, operates the clapper board and keeps the camera report sheet.
Production
The Gaffer
Places the lights where directed.
Production
The Best Boy
Assists the Gaffer and positions the cables.
Production
The Lighting Director
Tells the gaffer where to place the lights.
Production
The Grip
Moves equipment, builds scafold, lays track.
Production
The Boom Operator
Manoeuvers microphones.
Production
The Sound Recorder
Records sounds and directs the boom operaor.
Production
The Sound Editor/Engineer
Synchronizes the sound track with the visuals, and cuts in sound effects, music.
Post-Production
The Sound Mixer
Brings together all the individual sound tracks,combining them into one cohesive master track.
Post-Production
The Picture Editor
Arranges the shots together into the final form, according to the director's vision of the film.
Post-Production
The Special Effects Designer
Creates the spectacular stunts and effects that look so real onscreen.
other people equally important
The Makeup Artist
Can completely change the way an actor looks.
other people equally important
The Costume Designer
Creates the clothing the actors wear.
other people equally important
The Content Specialist
Gives historical or factual information about a film to make it believable.
other people equally important
Assistant Director
Relays instructions to the crew.
Production
Line Director
Helps the assistant director, in charge of the line item budget. (money going out)
Production
Director of Photography
Determines the composition and framing of the camera. Works with the cinemetagrapher. Scouts locations.
Pre-Production, Production
Camera
Operates the camera during shooting. Maintains the composition as determined by the (DP)
Production
Dolly Grip
Responsible for operating and maintaining the camera dolly.
Production
Cable/Utility
Helps move sound equipment, checks connections, runs cables, tapes cables firmly out of tripping range.
Production
Graphic Artist
Responsible for the design and production of all illustrations and sketches, scenery, sets, props, set dressings, scale models, textures, etc.
Pre-Producion, Production, Post-Production
Best Boy Second Grip
Assists the grip.
Production