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  • 1. http://btecacland.wordpress.com 2A
  • 2. hhttp://www.slideshare.net/AmyLouisee94/media-understanding-industries-task-6 Technical •Camera man •Crew •Vision mixer •Lighting director •Gaffer •Sound supervisor •Boom operator •Sound department overview •Lighting crew Management •Production manager •Executive producer Administrative •Runner •casting The roles with in the TV industry Editorial •Editor •Script editor •Assistant editor •Title designer •Post production supervisor Research •Location manager •Researcheer Organizational •Transport manager •Unit manager •Locations manager •Casting director •Unit publicist Financial •Production manager •Financial controller •Accounts •Distribution •Publicity/stills Creative •Director •Screen writer •Hair and make-up
  • 3. Management: production manager This job is a managerial job but also has aspects of an organisational job to it as they are responsible for organisational aspects of production such as scheduling and budgeting. A production managers day to day duties are to possibly prepare production schedules, script breakdowns and to also verify schedules and producer budgets. A production managers responsibilities are having an overview say on allot of things and also verifying, they also meet deadlines, stay within budgets and deal with health and safety requirements. They need to work closely with other heads of departments i.e director as they are head of production, so they need to know that all other departments are working well so it all runs smoothly. For example they will need to know the overall budget from the director to be able to give it to the required need.
  • 4. Editorial: script editor A script editor is an editorial role as they will edit scripts when needed if they have a problem, they use analytical skills to do this. The day to day duties of a script editor are overall to help to strengthen and develop screenplays. Their responsibilities are
  • 5. Administrative: runner A runner does many things support and back up wherever its required. one aspect of their job can be administrative which include duties such as running the petty cash, banking cheques, collecting and checking time sheets, labelling tapes and keeping the show reel and reference library. The responsibilities A runner does many things support and back up wherever its required. one aspect of their job can be administrative which include duties such as running the petty cash, banking cheques, collecting and checking time sheets, labelling tapes and keeping the show reel and reference library. The responsibilities of a runner is to do small jobs around the set they are working in, for example they could be running around getting drinks or administrative stuff like checking documents and also doing admin on excel documents. Runners don’t have a big relation with people with different responsibilities as they don’t really have much power in their job as they are just starting up.
  • 6. Research: location manager Location manager is a research job as it involves researching locations to use for TV shows. A location managers day to day duties are to find ideal/possible locations to film there programme/film and speaking to the owners of locations about issues such as the cost and terms of the hire, crew and vehicle access, parking, noise reduction, and what official permissions may be required. A location manager responsibilities are to Negotiate over contracts and fees for the location, co-ordinating parking facilities, available power sources, catering requirements, and permissions from the relevant authorities, ensuring that everyone in the cast and crew knows how to get to the filming location, oversee the health and safety of everyone using the location. Once the filming is done in the location they must make sure that the location is securely locked, and cleaned, before returning it to its owners. Any damage must be reported to the production office and, if necessary, insurance proceedings instigated. A location manager will work closely with the Director to understand his or her creative vision for the film and report to the Producer, Director and Production Designer
  • 7. Creative: Screen writer A screen writer is a creative job as they are responsible for researching the story, developing the narrative and writing the screenplay. A screen writers day to day duties are researching the story, developing the narrative, writing the screenplay, and delivering it, in the required format, to Development Executives. Screenwriters therefore have great influence over the creative direction and emotional impact of the screenplay and, arguably, of the finished film. The responsibilities of a screen writer is to provide blue prints, write a screenplay and be bale to produce a highly creative writing. Screen writers will work with the Producer, Director, Production Designer, Composer and Editor, cast and crew can graft their creative efforts. They are almost always freelancers who either pitch original ideas to Producers in the hope that they will be optioned or sold, or who are commissioned by a Producer to create a screenplay from a concept
  • 8. Financial: financial controller Financial Controller is a financial job as they are in charge of the financial side of TV show production. Their day to day duties are controlling cash flow to make sure payments are made in time and managing the accountancy team. financial controllers responsibilities are to ensure that proper financial controls and reporting procedures are in place across every aspect of the company's activities. They also have the responsibilities of accounting, taxation and financial analysis .financial controllers work with with producers as they help prepare budgets and raise finance and also letting them know what tax incentive schemes are available for them.
  • 9. Organizational: transport manager A transport manager is in charge of managing large vehicles which may carry costume and hair and make units, mobile offices and toilet units on a TV production, this makes it an organizational role. Transport managers day to day duties are ensuring that vehicles are arriving in the right place and at the right time. Their Responsibilities are managing the transport of equipment to sets, making transport schedule for the production, find the best place to park the vehicles and to make the drivers meet the requirements of the cast and crew. Transport mangers work closely with the location manager, line producer and assistant director to make sure everything runs smoothly when the vehicles arrival e.g right time and place. Also if filming abroad they will work with transport Cocoordinator to ensure that vehicles and their contents have the appropriate permits to travel across international borders.
  • 10. Technical: Gaffer Gaffers are in charge of all the electrician related things for example lighting equipment and power supplies, these are the technical side of things. A gaffers duties are to deal with the technical side of the set with lighting and equipment so for example from day to day they could be changing lights and arranging equipment in the right place and also risk assessments . Gaffers main responsibilities are health and safety, risk assessments take place ensure it is safe when making the production, they are also responsible of the overall lighting and equipment budget and making sure that the equipment they use does not go over budget. They are in charge of the technical work of carrying out recces, and planning and preparing the lighting installations and equipment. Gaffers work closely with the Director of Photography to visualize in a practical way the 'look' they are trying to achieve.
  • 11. Jobs http://www.creativeskillset.org/film/stories/article_2037_1.asp Technical/sound recordist: Becky Thomson what interesting things do they do: she is a sound recordist and sometimes a boom operator. Shes is responsible for all sound recorded at the location they are at, she has to make sure the sound is clear and going to work for the final product. 
what is their work history – how did they get to where they got to? At uni she was involved with the radio station, she worked in radio making programmes and also put together a studio. After she did freelance radio then become a broadcaster for a independent radio. She then did a apprentice in film location sound and learned video with it.
 What projects have they worked on? She has worked being a sound recordist on tv and film 
What have you learnt from them that has furthered your knowledge about job roles within the film industry?
  • 12. jobs Creative/special effects make-up: Steven Murphy What interesting things do they do: he does make-up effect, and he also does makeup fx when an actor needs to be transformed beyond the realms of normal hair and make-up for example changing facial features e.g. nose or whole body . what is their work history – how did they get to where they got to: he went to Edinburgh college of art and then got a few small job doing hair and make up, and sometimes effects. He then sent a make up photos portfolio to a scheme called the bbc design awards which is for new comers and then was awarded for two weeks word experience with nick dudman on the film ‘the mummy’, then one thing led to another. From Steven Murphy I have learnt that it is not easy to get into the industry and you may have to do loads of small jobs before you get a big exciting, in his case working on the mummy. Also portfolios can be very helpfull to show people your work.
  • 13. Jobs Research/location manager: Lloret Dunn When doing location managing she would responsible for finding, contracting and organizing locations, ranging from street corners to estates. Work history – lloret first went t drama school as she wanted to be an actor but relised she preferred using the camera side to it. She then did a a course in experimental film making as that is what she wanted to do. For a while she did production runners jobs and assistants for free until she got her first payed job on a film called salt on our skin. Her first location manager job was on a TV series dr finlay. Over her 10 years of working in film and television, She has worked on interesting projects such as taggart, the book group and crow road. From looking at lloret Dunn is have learnt that it may take time to find what job you actually want to do in the media industry, and you may have to to unpaid work first to gain experience.
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  • 15. Key creative team •Producer •Director •Screenwriter Production department •Executive producer •Line producer •Production manager •Production coordinator Script department •Story producer •Script editor •Script co-ordinator Location department Art department •Location manager •Production designer •Location assistant •Art director •Location scout •Set director •Illustrator •Set decorator •Post production •Post production – sound/music •Film editor •sound designer •Assistant editor •Dialogue editor •Colourist •Sound editor •Negative cutter •Re-recording mixer Roles in the film industry Electrical department •Gaffer •Best boy •Lighting technician Grip department •Key grip •Best grip •Dolly grip Wardrobe department •Costumer designer •Costumer supervisor •Buyer •Costume standby Camera department •Camera operator •Director of photography/cinematographer •First assistant camera •loader Visual effects •Visual effect supervisor •Compositor •Roto/paint artist •Matte painter Hair and makeup department •Make up artist •Hairdresser Sound department •Production sound mixer •Boom operator Other production crew •Casting director •Storyboard artist •Caterers •Unit nurse Interactive media •Producer •Designer •Developer •Production assistant
  • 16. Post production: assistant editor http://www.creativeskillset.org/film/jobs/post/article_4735_1.asp I would say that an assistant editor is a creative job but can also have small aspects of managerial work in it as they will sometimes take charge of the cutting room alongside with checking over documents. An assistant editors day to day duties would consist of taking care and charge of the cutting room so that the editor can concentrate of the editing, check camera sheets to see if there are any technical problems and also putting the sound with the images when editing. There responsibilities are making sure that every thin runs smoothly in the cutting room, making sure the cutting room is set up for the day and then tidying it and preparing it for the next day. Assistant editors work with other departments such as production camera and sound so that the requirements of the work flow is clear and also to pass through information to the editor who the assistant editor also works very closely with.
  • 17. Hair and make up department: make up artist Being a mark up artist in the film industry is a creative job as it involves actually doing the actually design and execution of makeup on people. This job is a production job as you are doing just before the filming will take place, you would be needed on all days of filming, although they are sometimes recruited in pre production stages. Day to day duties: Responsibilities: a make up artists responsibilities will be making sure that their artists have continuity in their look through out all the filming. They also will carry out risk assessments, and find prevents for possible risks. Make up artists will work closely with their chief make up artist, they will be briefed by them and will be given reference pictures, character and scene breakdowns and notes about the characters so they will be prepared when coming to do the actors make up.
  • 18. Key creative team: producer http://www.creativeskillset.org/film/jobs/production/article_3876_1.asp Producers are a managerial job as they have full responsibility for all production and final say. Being a producer I would say that the job role is involved in all forms of production, pre production, production and post production as they are needed through out all, at the beginning to help plan and at the end for final say. A producers day to day duties will be thing such as selecting screenplay, approving locations that will be used, studio hire, production schedule and budget. Producers are responsible for what the vision and goal of the production/film is and to stick to the goal also they are responsible for everything running smoothly through out the production for example approving reports. Producers work closely with executive producers who will supervise the production for the financiers and distributors
  • 19. grip department: camera operator http://www.creativeskillset.org/film/jobs/camera/article_4688_1.asp A camera operator is a technical job role as it involves actually involves shooting footage and making sure the camera moves with seamless ease. Camera operators work is mostly production as this is when the filming takes places but the could begin work at the end of pre-production. There day to day duties would be making sure that all cameras and equipment are prepared and set up for the day, supervise the moving of the camera and oversee camera maintenance work. They also have to multi task and be ready for possible last min changes. A camera operators responsibilities all aspects of camera operation , ensuring the cameras move with ease and look seamless. They are also responsible for the work of the 1st and 2nd assistant camera and the camera trainee and has to oversee what they are doing. Camera operators work with the director and director of photography as they instruct the shots the camera operator needs to do.
  • 20. Art department: set director http://www.creativeskillset.org/film/jobs/productiondesign/article_4675_1.asp This job role is creative as the provide the furnishes of a film set (not including structural elements) for example props. Set directors are pre production role as they plan all the props and things needed for the set when filming. A set directors day to day duties could be dressing the set, going to a prop house and booking big props need for the set when filming. Set directors are responsible for making a detailed script breakdown and listing the props that are needed with each shot and scene, they also responsible for the duration the props are being used for as longer you rent them more expensive it is. Set director work closely with the production designer so that the set director knows the aesthetic of the film and what they are trying to aim to do.
  • 21. Post production – sound/music: supervising sound editor http://www.creativeskillset.org/film/jobs/post_production_sound/article_4765_1.asp Sound editors is a technical job role as they are responsible for all sound post production for example sound effects and music editing. This job role is post production as it is done once the filming has taken place and when editing all the footage. The day to day duties of a sound editor may be cutting dialogue and editing footage, adding music to footage and adding sound effects.Sound editors are responsible for the budget of the sound department, organising work flow and arranging requirements needed for special needs such as CGI and recording formats. Sound editors work closely with the director as they are the directors main point of information and contact with anything to do with the film soundtrack.

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