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  1. 1. Jobs in Creative MediaJob Title Direction roles in the Direction department include the Script Supervisor (who oversees the continuity and edit-ability of each sequence as it is shot) technical, creative, editorial,Contracts, conditions and pay Producer gets director for one film. Their contracts only for one film, as far as their payment they get pay before the film and profit depends on the film success. contracts, eg full-time permanent, part-time permanent, fixed-term, freelance; work patterns, eg shift work, office hours, irregular and anti-social hours; pay, eg salaried, hourly, on completionSkills and qualifications While there are numerous training courses and reference books on directing, formal qualifications are not necessary to become a Director Studying the art and craft of directing is important, but the role can only really be mastered through in-depth practical experience Extensive industry experience is also crucial to this role; up-to- date knowledge of filmmaking techniques and equipment is vital As many Directors work their way up over many years from entry level positions, getting work experience as a Runner on a film set or in a production office is an ideal starting point education and training, eg full-time and part-time education, training on the job, continuing professional development, self-training, Level 2, Level 3, graduate, post-graduate; sources of information, eg Sector Skills Councils (Skillset, Creative and Cultural Skills, e-Skills), unions, careers services, trade and other publications
  2. 2. Transferable Skills Directors must have communication skills to describe to actor when he want from them. Unerring commitment and a deep passion for filmmaking are essential A capacity for long hours of intensive work personal attributes, eg knowledge and skills, commitment, efficiency, reliability, punctuality, self-presentation; key skills, eg number, communication, working with others, improving own performanceMethods of recruitment This is a tough job to get because you have to start on your own, you have to make your own films and send in to films competition and then public will give the reviews. How did they like it? You have to make it again and again small short films. national press; trade press; internet; word of mouth; personal contacts; internal promotion