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  1. 1. Job Roles Within FilmBy Matthew Adams
  2. 2. Sub-HeadingsManagement(Financial, Organizational, Administrative)CreativeEditorialResearchTechnical
  3. 3. Management(Financial, Organizational, Administrativ e)Film DirectorRunner or Floor RunnerFirst Assistant DirectorSecond Assistant Director
  4. 4. First Assistant DirectorThe First Assistant Director (1st AD) assists theProduction Manager and Director. The ultimateaim of any 1st AD is to ensure the film comes inon schedule while maintaining a workingenvironment in which the Director, principalartists (Actors) and crew can be focused on theirwork. They oversee day-to-day management ofthe cast and crewscheduling, equipment, script, and set. A 1st ADmay also be responsible for directing backgroundaction for major shots or the entirety of relativelyminor shots, at the Directors discretion
  5. 5. Film DirectorDirectors are responsible for overseeing creativeaspects of a film under the overall control ofthe film producer. They often develop the visionfor a film and carry out the vision, deciding howthe film should look, in other words they maketheir vision come to life. They are responsible forturning the script into a sequence of shots. Theyalso direct what tone it should have and whatan audience should gain from the cinematicexperience. Film directors are responsible fordeciding camera angles, lenseffects and lighting with the help ofthe cinematographer and set design withthe production designer. They will often take partin hiring the cast and key crew members.
  6. 6. Creative They are many creative jobs in TV & Film such as Scripts, Music and Props etc.Scripts: There are three different sections to the scripts in TV &Film there are script writers, readers and script editors.Script writer: Research the story and develop thenarrative, script writers have a great influence over the creativedirection of TV & Film.Script Reader: They read the script to make sure that theaudience there trying to reach will relate to the script if not theythen refer the script for editing.Script Editing: Fixes problems and help identify even potentialproblems, these provide an overview of the script writers work.
  7. 7. Editorial There are various jobs as an editor in TV & FilmEditorTitle DesignerAssistant EditorSecond Assistant Editor
  8. 8. EditorFilm editor. "A film editor splices separate takesinto a coherent film. It is not a simple matter oftacking the scene inside the house on after thescene of the man walking up to the front door. Inthe film industry the editors play a dynamic andcreative role. What Does A Film Editor do? This careeroriented articles explores the role of the filmeditor and his/her relationship with othersinvolved in a production. It also identifies thework environment and those skills important for asuccessful editing career.
  9. 9. Title DesignerTitle designer, makes the opening titles of afilm, they have to make sure that the imagesshown/letting used can read easily but alsocatches the audiences eye. They also create theclosing credits, they have to make sure that theyinclude every song they have used throughoutthe production of the film, if not the producercould sue the creator of film.
  10. 10. Technical There are various different jobs for technical in TV & Film.MusicLightingCamerasLocationsTransport
  11. 11. MusicSound and music - or the absence of it has aprofound impact on film and TV. It is used toenhance drama and to help illustrate theemotional content in the story. It is also used tomanipulate the feelings and sentiments ofviewers. This is universal. Whether you watchdomestic or foreign content, music is used to thiseffect. Rarely do you see a film or TV programthat doesnt employ music and sound.
  12. 12. LightingLighting department plays a crucial role in mostfilm crews. Humanity lives by the light of the sunand, when it sets, artificial lights of different kindsand intensities are required. Although someproductions may make use of daylight, for themost part it is necessary to use artificial light toachieve the visual image required.Definition used from: