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  • Assignment 13 Filming jobs task Kaya, Sanel, Gia and Rahel.
  • Kaya Sumbland Sanel HomerRahel Fasil Gia Alveranga
  • Director Kaya Sumbland What does a director do?A director is the person who directs the actors and film crew in making the film.They are in charge of how the film is make, how it should look and come andcreate new spontaneous ideas. They instruct the first assistant director and workswith the director of photographyThe director is responsible for;• Turning the script into a sequence of shots• Tone• Camera angles• Mise-en-scene• Lens effects• Lighting (with help of cinematographer)• Set design (with production designer)• Coordination of actors• Writing• Financing• Editing
  • Alfred Hitchcock (1899–1980) Director, Producer, Actor Nicknamed , The master of suspense!Alfred had many directorial trademarks, some of them are…• Unusual subjective point of view shots• Insert shots of a womans hairstyle, frequently in close-ups• Always formally dressed, wearing a suit on film sets• Dark humour and dry wit, especially regarding murder• Often used the "wrong man" or "mistaken identity" theme in his movies
  • Examples of his films! Phycho - 1960 Notorious - 1946 Birds - 1963Horror, mystery, thriller Film-noir, romance, Horror, thriller thriller
  • Roman Polanski Director, Writer, Actor Made films in the UK, Poland, France and the USRoman had many directorial trademarks, some of them are…• Likes to arrange shots from the characters perspective and slowly pan around the room to points of interest as the character notices them• By the end of his films, the character often meets an uncertain, miserable future• Often key scenes or plot are featured near or associated with water
  • Examples of his films!Rosemary’s baby - 1968 Oliver Twist - 2005 Rush hour 3 - 2007Horror, drama, mystery Family, drama Action, comedy, crime
  • Martin Scorsese Director, Producer, ActorMartin had many directorial trademarks, some of them are…• Begins his films with sections taken from the middle or end of the story• Often uses diegetic music• Frequently sets his films in New York City• Strong religious themes and use of religious symbolism• Unflinchingly graphic and realistic violence• Often begins his movies with the childhood of his main characters
  • Examples of his films! Shutter Island - The departed - 2006 Mean streets - 1973 2010 Crime, drama, mystery Crime, dramaDrama, mystery, thriller
  • Tim Burton Director, Writer, ProducerTim had many directorial trademarks, some of them are…• His films often have a Gothic feel to them, often including Christmas and/or Halloween scenes• Plot often focuses around a misunderstood outcast• Frequently features dead or dismembered dogs• Usually includes fantasy elements in his films• Most his films tend to be either dark or colourful, and sometimes contain scenes of both.• He often likes to open his films with a quiet night time snowfall
  • Examples of his films! Edward scissor Corpse Bride - 2005 Batman returns - hands - 1990 Animation, fantasy, 1992Drama, fantasy, romance musical Action, crime, fantasy
  • Ways in which I will ensure I will be successful at myjob…• I will use my leadership and organisational skills effectively to benefit film• Constantly review on how the film should look taking on consideration of mise-en-scene• Overlook on my groups plans to ensure everything is being done• Overlook plans to create brilliant new ideas• Organise well how the film will be made, when and what times it would be appropriate to make it.• Instruct the first assistant honestly in benefit of our film• Work well with the director of photography
  • Art Director Sanel Homer
  • Description Of JobI’m am responsible to all props and costumes.I have to make sure that all the props and costumes are ready to go andeveryone is wearing and got everything they need.I have to makes sure and check the supplies of props like making surethere are enough supplies and props in case a scene needs to be re-shot acouple of time.I need to have a record of props and costume positioning, which ensuresthat there is good stability.
  • Examples of being a Art Director An art director is usually the person who oversees the entire designdepartment, working with photo editors and editors to coordinate whatimages will match up with what words. Straight away you know you will have to create what cannot befound.Operating a camera requires not just technical skill but the ability tocompose visually dynamic and interesting imagesAn art director works on creating visual concepts.
  • What will you do to make sure you are successful at your job?To make sure I am successful at my job I would firstlyneed to.....Know my stuff. As an art director I would need to knowwhat the technologies are and how they’re used. I need toknow what everyone on my team does, and why. Leave thedetails up to them, but be sure I know what’s involved.Keep the specialists in check. Making sure that Im beinga good team player. Make sure that you are communicating what you dowith your readers.
  • DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Job Role• Works closely with director, to listen/make sure the visuals are good and settingthe mood.• Check Mise-En-Scene and lighting issues• Can add filters• Ensure the visuals are setting mood and making people feel a certain way• Ensure that what goes on screen looks visually pleasing• Helps and instructs camera operators, could film
  • Examples of JobEd Moore• A successful freelance Director of Photography.• Extremely professional Director of Photography.• He has over seven years experience and is now working mainly in short drama films and commercials.• His credits include 11 national TV commercials
  • How I will be successful at my job• I will make sure that I inform everybody in the group of the decisions I am going to make.• I will always have the objective visuals in mind when filming• I will revise Mise-En-Scene in greater detail before filming so I am fully aware of its importance in our opening sequence
  • First assistant director
  • Description of my job• Assist the director• Help create ideas• Watch the time• Remind the director of how much time is left.
  • What I will do to make sure I am successful at my job.• Make sure that I watch the time.• Hand every thing in on time.• Give lots of ideas.
  • Camera operator Kaya Sumbland What does a camera operator do?A cameraman is a professional operator of a film or video camera.They’re responsible for physically operating the camera, compositionand camera angles throughout a given scene or shot.The camera operator follows instructions from assistant director anddirector of photography. They shoot the film, in some sense, we seethe film through the cameramans eyes.
  • Cameramen Sanel Homer Description Of JobA cameraman operates a variety of cameras to record video film formotion pictures, television shows and commercials. They have tooperate cameras by following instructions from our Assistant Directorand Director of Photography.
  • CAMERAMAN Job Role• Has technical abilities to work camera• Has excellent listening skills• Respects and value others instructions/ideas• Operates cameras and follow instructions from Assistant Director and director of Photography.• Films scenes using equipment (2 cameras, tripods etc)
  • Camera operator
  • Examples of what camera operators do… • Skills in framing and ability to select appropriate equipment • Observe set or location to determine filming and lighting requirements • Control lenses, filters, and camera mounts for various effects • Professional use of dollies and camera cranes
  • Description of job• To record and produce images for film, television, advertisements, music videos, business videos, etc. When shooting a film, TV program, news broadcasts or even a commercial• Cameramen take shots from a wide variety of angles to capture it in the best possible way.
  • Examples of being a Camera man Expertise in using different camera features to generate a wide range of images  Zoom lenses, filters and other photographic direction features are typically utilized to increase the intensity or change the mood of a shot or scene. They also knows what is a good composition, and they have to have a feeling for good shots.
  • Examples of JobSantosh Sivan• Influential Indian cinematographer and film director.• Founding member of the Indian Society of Cinematographers (ISC).• Directed quite a few films and won several national and international awards.• Began success in The Terrorist in 1999 and he solidified his reputation with the release of Asoka in 2001.
  • Example of my job• To take turns to film and take pictures.
  • How we will ensure that we’re successful at this job! • Make sure camera movement is steady and controlled • To not waste time shooting something I don’t visualise when naturalKaya lighting is timed • Consider the lighting in my angles to not ruin the shot • Have a Good Eye. This means having the ability to spot a good shot or filming opportunity. Being able to frame a shot. This means knowing and differentiating between what looks good and what doesnt. • Be able to work quickly (and most importantly calmly) under pressureSanel • Be able to work alone and also being able to work within a team • Always be enthused and positive towards the production. Having a positive can do attitude, will always put you ahead of your work. • Find solutions, not problems. • Take turns with being the camera person. Gia • To listen to what my group members have to say. • I will arrive at location with time to explore and see what would look good before filming startsRahel • I will recognise how the shots I will be taking will be used • I will understand the purpose of the opening sequence fully so that my filming will illustrate the story better and get it across correctly to the audience