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Job roles in film industry

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Job roles in film industry

  1. 1. Job areas from one sector Your job example Skills Education and training Personal attributes/Qualities Technical Sound Editor Trained ‘ear’ to try and find some original effects/sounds. Good imagination and to have a creative mind. Undergraduate in sound engineering. Good hearing. Editorial Film editor Experience in the use of programs such as Final cut pro. Knowledge of the film industry and production. Undergraduate in Film/video editing. Have experience in using high technological programs. Administrative System administrator This entails a knowledge of operating systems and applications, as well as hardware and software troubleshooting, but also knowledge of the purposes for which people in the organization use the computers. At least a degree in that area. Knowledge of using of computers really well. Managerial Production manager Ability to talk with different audiences, Presentation skills, Project management skills, Ability to create medium and long term strategies. Have a good degree in any suitable subjects, this will help on getting a job as a production manager. Have confidence and be organised. Finance Accountant Mathematical skills. A degree in accountancy and at least alright grades in maths. Be organised and have some common-sense. Creative Director To constantly have a creative mind. Have experience in filming and editing. A degree in film editing via college or university. Good focus and to continuously be on the ball for ideas and such.

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