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Being a film director

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  • 1. Being A Film Director Saskia Calliste
  • 2. A Film Director?What? A film director is the creativity of the film set. They are there to direct the actors on the film set and tell them what to do to make the best out of their situation on set.• A film director usually earns about £200,000 a year.• A really successful director can earn up to £500,000 a year + ‘back end ‘profit depending on how successful the film actually is.Responsibilities• Interpreting the script and making it into a film. This can involve planning locations, shots, pacing, acting styles and anything else which affects the feel of the movie.• Overseeing the cinematography and technical aspects.• Coaching actors and directing them towards the required performances.• Coordinating staff on set, directing the shooting timetable and

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