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Group members roles

  1. 1. The Director  The director is the one responsible for the project and how it is executed. The director usually comes up with the genre and plot, hires the actors, arranges the location and directs the filming and editing process. The director’s input is what sets the product to a particular standard. The director usually controls the films artistic and dramatic aspects, while guiding the cast and crew.  The directors role is on-going throughout the pre production stage to the post production stage of the film making process they are required to have a constant input while making the film.
  2. 2. The Cameraperson  The cameraman is the one responsible for physically operating the camera and maintaining the shots, camera angles, movements and composition through out a given scene or shot. In narrative filmmaking, the camera operator will co-operate with the director, actors and other crew members to make technical and creative decisions.  The cameraman is usually in the whole of the filming process as they capture the director’s vision of what the film should be like.
  3. 3. The Editor  This person is vital to the outcome of the final product. Once the footage has been filmed, it is the editors job entirely to manipulate the footage to produce and continuous and accurate interpretation of the director’s intentions. The editor is responsible for aligning and combining the shots and footage, mixing and matching the raw footage and combing them into sequences to create a finished motion picture. The editor role is part of the post production of the filmmaking process.
  4. 4. Sound person  the sound person is responsible for the audio of the film. They are in charge of the sound effects, background music, and any audio that has been added to enhance the final product. This includes adding songs, diagetic and non-diagetic sounds, synchronous and asynchronous sounds and general atmospheric sounds.  The sound person plays a major part in the production as sound can change the way people are representated in the film and can potentially make or break the film.
  5. 5. Who is who?  Director: Visho Ravindran  Why?: he has directed production before so we decided that he should be the direction of this production
  6. 6. Who is who?  Cameraman: Niraj Magudia  Why?: able to use the camera effectively and efficiently, with experience in using a camera and also being a cameraman in the last production, has improved there camera skills and become confident while taking hard shots, he is a very good listener and will be able to follow the ideas of the director while also having his own input.
  7. 7. Who is who?  Editor: Alex Masha  Why?: he has a creative skill which could become useful in the editing process this is why we choose alex to be the editor for this productions and also in his last production he was the editor which shows he has knowledge in this field
  8. 8. Who is who?  Sound person: Ammaar Khan  as he has done this before in his previous productions we decided to make ammaar the sound man