Role Orientation and Task Distribution
Production ManagerProduction               Arts              Camera              Post-ProdDirector             Production ...
Production Manager - supervises the physical aspects of the production (not the creativeaspects) including personnel, tech...
Production Designer- responsible for creating the physical, visual appearance of thefilm - settings, costumes, character m...
Director of Photography- (Optional) chief of the camera and lightingcrew of the film. The DoP makes decisions on lighting ...
Film EditorSound editor- will research sounds/music to be usedin the film. May also produce sound effects, composemusic, e...
Production ManagerDirectorCasting DirectorScriptwriterLocation ManagerProduction DesignerCamera CrewEditor
Production ManagerProduction                 Arts             Camera              Post-ProdDirector              Productio...
1. Location Manager should look for possible venues and if possible, close deal   with the owner.2. Casting Director must ...
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Production

  1. 1. Role Orientation and Task Distribution
  2. 2. Production ManagerProduction Arts Camera Post-ProdDirector Production Designer DoP(Optional) Film Editors 1st AD & Props Master Camera Crew Sound Editors 2nd AD HMUA CinematographerCasting Director Set Production SoundsScriptwriter DesignerLocation Manager Custodian Assistant Location Manager & Location Scout
  3. 3. Production Manager - supervises the physical aspects of the production (not the creativeaspects) including personnel, technology, budget, and scheduling of shoot.- Responsibility to make sure the filming stays on schedule and within its budget. Collaboratewith all key persons in the production staff.- May work with Assistant Production Manager.Casting Director- Works closely with the director to cast the film, coordinate with casts/artistsregarding schedules.Director- overseeing the creative aspects of a film. 1st AD- assists the Production Manager and Director. (optional) 2nd AD- chief assistant of the 1st AD and helps carry out those tasks delegated to the 1st AD.(optional)Scriptwriter- writer/s of story. Sequence breakdown.Location Manager- responsible for looking/researching possible venues and reserving it.Ensuring the readiness of a location before, during and after shoot.Location Scout- works with location manager. Does much of the actual research, footwork andphotography to document location possibilities.
  4. 4. Production Designer- responsible for creating the physical, visual appearance of thefilm - settings, costumes, character makeup, all taken as a unit. The ProductionDesigner works closely with the Director and the Cinematographer to achievethe look of the film.Props Master- responsible for finding and providing needed propsHair and Make-up artist- responsible for the look of the artist.Costume designer/Custodian- responsible for clothing aspects of artistappears onscreen.Set Designer- Responsible for the look of the set, structures and interior spaces.
  5. 5. Director of Photography- (Optional) chief of the camera and lightingcrew of the film. The DoP makes decisions on lighting and framing ofscenes in conjunction with the films director.Camera Operators- May hawak ng camera, tripod. Maganda kung maycamera din for documentation of BTS.Cinematographer- lighting aspects of the production.Production Sound- Boom mic operator
  6. 6. Film EditorSound editor- will research sounds/music to be usedin the film. May also produce sound effects, composemusic, etc.
  7. 7. Production ManagerDirectorCasting DirectorScriptwriterLocation ManagerProduction DesignerCamera CrewEditor
  8. 8. Production ManagerProduction Arts Camera Post-ProdDirector Production Designer DoP(Optional) Film Editors 1st AD & Props Master Camera Crew Sound Editors 2nd AD HMUA CinematographerCasting Director Set Designer Production SoundsScriptwriter CustodianLocation Manager Assistant Location Manager & Location Scout
  9. 9. 1. Location Manager should look for possible venues and if possible, close deal with the owner.2. Casting Director must talk to target casts, submit list of sure casts plus their available schedules.3. Director must collaborate with the scriptwriter with regard to the breakdown of script and talk to the production designer about needed props, etc.4. Production Designer must be ready to provide needed props, etc. for the shoot.5. Production manager will take-charge with the over all preparation, manage people, gather information, integrate schedules/needs and coordinate with key persons. So Deadline would be within this week, if possible before Saturday. You can Message Kuya Mond anytime in FB, especially for the Location and Casts. Thanks and God bless everyone. Be Motivated. All for God’s Glory!

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