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Version Date: 2013-01-07

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1 ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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1.1 Production Accountant The production accountant assists the production manager and line producer in keeping track of the budget. 2007-04-12 en
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1.2 Assistant Accountant 2007-04-12 en
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1.3 Production Controller 2007-04-12 en
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1.4 Payroll Accountant 2007-04-12 en
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1.5 Payroll Clerck 2007-04-12 en
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1.6 Accounting Clerck 2007-04-12 en
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1.7 Post-production Accounting 2007-04-12 en
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2 AERIAL SUPPORT AND SERVICES 2007-04-12 en
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2.1 Airplane Pilot 2007-04-12 en
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2.2 Helicopter Pilot 2007-04-12 en
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3 ANIMAL DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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3.1 Animal Trainer A person who trains and looks after any animals which may take part in a production. 2007-04-12 en
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3.2 Animal Wrangler 2007-04-12 en
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4 ANIMATION DEPARTMENT Techniques by which each frame of a film or movie is produced individually. These frames may be generated by computers, or by photographing a drawn or painted image, or by repeatedly making small changes to a model unit (see claymation and stop motion), and then photographing the result with a special animation camera. 2007-04-12 en
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4.1 Animation Director 2007-04-12 en
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4.2 Cartoonist 2007-04-12 en
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4.3 Claymation 2007-04-12 en
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4.4 Animation Producer 2007-04-12 en
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4.5 Animation Production Manager 2007-04-12 en
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4.6 Storyboard Artist Draw panels of the action from the script 2007-04-12 en
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4.7 Animatics animator a series of still images edited together and displayed in sequence 2007-04-12 en
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4.8 Animation Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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4.9 Sequence Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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4.10 Conceptual Artist Develops new animation concepts 2007-04-12 en
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4.11 Character Designer Create the style and personality of each character 2007-04-12 en
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4.12 Character Modeler 2007-04-12 en
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4.13 Character Developer 2007-04-12 en
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4.14 Character Rigger 2007-04-12 en
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4.15 Character Animation Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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4.16 Character Layout Artist 2007-04-12 en
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4.17 Character Animator Character animation is a special aspect of the animation process, in which life is breathed into an artificial character. It involves creating the nuances, gestures, distinct movements, and patterns of speech that will make an audience believe that the character is actually alive 2007-04-12 en
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4.18 Lead Animator A person responsible for the creation of an animated work. This encompasses all kinds of animation including cartoons, computer generated animations and still frame animations using models. 2007-04-12 en
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4.19 Animator A person responsible for the creation of an animated work. This encompasses all kinds of animation including cartoons, computer generated animations and still frame animations using models. 2007-04-12 en
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4.20 2D CG Animator 2007-04-12 en
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4.21 3D Artist 2007-04-12 en
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4.22 3D Designer 2007-04-12 en
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4.23 3D CG Animator Three dimensional computer graphics animation 2007-04-12 en
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4.24 3D Technical Animator 2007-04-12 en
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4.25 3D Medical Animator 2007-04-12 en
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4.26 Digital Effects Artist 2007-04-12 en
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4.27 Digital Effects Animator 2007-04-12 en
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4.28 Special Effects Animation used to create special elements such as smoke, lightning and "magic", and to give the animation in general a distinct visual appearance 2007-04-12 en
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4.29 Lighting / Shading Manager 2007-04-12 en
4.29 lighting 2007-04-12 en
4.29 shading 2007-04-12 en
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4.30 Lighting / Shading Superviser 2007-04-12 en
4.30 lighting 2007-04-12 en
4.30 shading 2007-04-12 en
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4.31 Lighting / Shading Artist 2007-04-12 en
4.31 lighting 2007-04-12 en
4.31 shading 2007-04-12 en
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4.32 3D Lighter 2007-04-12 en
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4.33 Modelling Manager 2007-04-12 en
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4.34 Modelling Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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4.35 Chief Model Maker 2007-04-12 en
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4.36 Model Maker / Model Builder 2007-04-12 en
4.36 model maker 2007-04-12 en
4.36 model builder 2007-04-12 en
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4.37 Digital Modeler 2007-04-12 en
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4.38 3D Modeler 2007-04-12 en
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4.39 Lead Environment Artist 2007-04-12 en
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4.40 Environment Artist 2007-04-12 en
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4.41 Environment Modeler 2007-04-12 en
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4.42 Rotoscope Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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4.43 Rotoscope Paint Artist Rotoscoping is a technique where animators trace live action movement, frame by frame, for use in animated cartoons. Originally, pre-recorded live-film images were projected onto a matte windowpane and redrawn by an animator. This projection equipment is called a Rotoscope. 2007-04-12 en
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4.44 Layout Manager 2007-04-12 en
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4.45 Layout Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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4.46 Layout Designer 2007-04-12 en
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4.47 Layout Artist Designs the backgrounds, lighting, and camera angles. 2007-04-12 en
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4.48 2D Layout Artist 2007-04-12 en
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4.49 Background Artist / Background Stylist / Background Painter A background artist or sometimes called a background stylist or background painter is one who is involved in the process of animation who establishes the color, style, and mood of a scene drawn by an animation layout artist. He paint the sets over which the action of each animated sequence will take place. 2007-04-12 en
4.49 background artist A background artist or sometimes called a background stylist or background painter is one who is involved in the process of animation who establishes the color, style, and mood of a scene drawn by an animation layout artist. He paint the sets over which the action of each animated sequence will take place. 2007-04-12 en
4.49 background stylist A background artist or sometimes called a background stylist or background painter is one who is involved in the process of animation who establishes the color, style, and mood of a scene drawn by an animation layout artist. He paint the sets over which the action of each animated sequence will take place. 2007-04-12 en
4.49 background painter A background artist or sometimes called a background stylist or background painter is one who is involved in the process of animation who establishes the color, style, and mood of a scene drawn by an animation layout artist. He paint the sets over which the action of each animated sequence will take place. 2007-04-12 en
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4.50 Lead Digital Texture 2007-04-12 en
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4.51 2D Texture Artist Certain Artists are specialised on certain systems such as Maya 2007-04-12 en
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4.52 3D Texture Artist 2007-04-12 en
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4.53 Lead Compositor 2007-04-12 en
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4.54 Compositing Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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4.55 Compositor / Compositing Artist In visual effects post-production, compositing refers to creating complex images or moving images by combining images from different sources - such as real-world digital video, digitized film, synthetic 3-D imagery, 2-D animations, painted backdrops, digital still photographs, and text. Compositors are often specialised in software and applications such as Inferno or Flame and known e.g. as Inferno or Flame artists. 2007-04-12 en
4.55 compositor In visual effects post-production, compositing refers to creating complex images or moving images by combining images from different sources - such as real-world digital video, digitized film, synthetic 3-D imagery, 2-D animations, painted backdrops, digital still photographs, and text. Compositors are often specialised in software and applications such as Inferno or Flame and known e.g. as Inferno or Flame artists. 2007-04-12 en
4.55 compositing artist In visual effects post-production, compositing refers to creating complex images or moving images by combining images from different sources - such as real-world digital video, digitized film, synthetic 3-D imagery, 2-D animations, painted backdrops, digital still photographs, and text. Compositors are often specialised in software and applications such as Inferno or Flame and known e.g. as Inferno or Flame artists. 2007-04-12 en
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4.56 Puppeteer A person who operates a puppet within a performance. For the purposes of this definition puppets include glove puppets, internally controlled hand puppets, string or wire controlled marionettes and other animatronic creations which move in real time. 2007-04-12 en
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4.57 Pixilation Pixilation (from pixilated) is a stop motion technique where live actors are used as a frame-by-frame subject in an animated film, by repeatedly posing while one or more frame is taken and changing pose slightly before the next frame or frames. The operator is responsible for capturing this material. 2007-04-12 en
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5 ART DEPARTMENT Art department in movie terms means the section of a production's crew concerned with visual artistry. Working under the supervision of the production designer and/or art director, the art department is responsible for arranging the overall look of the film (i.e. modern/high-tech, rustic, futuristic, etc.) as desired by the film director. The Art Department in a major section of a production with several key sub departments. 2007-04-12 en
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5.1 Production Designer / Draughtsman / Draftsman Responsible for sets, props and costumes. An artist responsible for designing the overall visual appearance of a programme in collaboration with the director, art director, technical director and cinematographer. 2007-04-12 en
5.1 production designer Responsible for sets, props and costumes. An artist responsible for designing the overall visual appearance of a programme in collaboration with the director, art director, technical director and cinematographer. 2007-04-12 en
5.1 draughtsman Responsible for sets, props and costumes. An artist responsible for designing the overall visual appearance of a programme in collaboration with the director, art director, technical director and cinematographer. 2007-04-12 en
5.1 draftsman Responsible for sets, props and costumes. An artist responsible for designing the overall visual appearance of a programme in collaboration with the director, art director, technical director and cinematographer. 2007-04-12 en
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5.2 Assistant Production Designer 2007-04-12 en
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5.3 Art Department where the sets are designed and graphic art is created. 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.1 Art Director An art director, in the hierarchical structure of a film art department, works directly below the production designer, and above the set designer, but on the same level as the set decorator. He oversees the artists and craftspeople who build the sets 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.2 Supervising Art Director 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.3 Assistant Art Director Often involved in measuring locations, creating graphics and paper props, collecting information for the production designer and drawing sets. 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.4 Art Department Manager 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.5 Art Department Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.6 Art Department Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.7 Art Department Researcher 2007-04-12 en
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5.3.8 Graphic Director 2007-04-12 en
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5.4 Sets 2007-04-12 en
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5.4.1 Set Decorator / Set Designer A set decorator is in charge of the set dressing on a film set, which includes the furnishings, wallpaper, lighting fixtures, and many of the other objects that will be seen in the film. The set designer reports to the art director. 2007-04-12 en
5.4.1 set decorator A set decorator is in charge of the set dressing on a film set, which includes the furnishings, wallpaper, lighting fixtures, and many of the other objects that will be seen in the film. The set designer reports to the art director. 2007-04-12 en
5.4.1 set designer A set decorator is in charge of the set dressing on a film set, which includes the furnishings, wallpaper, lighting fixtures, and many of the other objects that will be seen in the film. The set designer reports to the art director. 2007-04-12 en
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5.4.2 Set Decorator Assistant The set decorator assistant works closely with the set decorator and / or production designer in coordination with the art director 2007-04-12 en
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5.4.3 Set Decoration Buyer The buyer is the number two person in the set department below the set decorator. The buyer locates, and then purchases or rents the set dressing. 2007-04-12 en
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5.4.4 Leadman / Leadperson / Set Supervisor Member of the art department who is in charge of the groups in the art department that construct and take down a set (swing gangs), and/or set dressers and reports to the set decorator. 2007-04-12 en
5.4.4 leadman Member of the art department who is in charge of the groups in the art department that construct and take down a set (swing gangs), and/or set dressers and reports to the set decorator. 2007-04-12 en
5.4.4 leadperson Member of the art department who is in charge of the groups in the art department that construct and take down a set (swing gangs), and/or set dressers and reports to the set decorator. 2007-04-12 en
5.4.4 set supervisor Member of the art department who is in charge of the groups in the art department that construct and take down a set (swing gangs), and/or set dressers and reports to the set decorator. 2007-04-12 en
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5.4.5 Set Dresser A person who has total charge of decorating the set for shooting with all furnishings, drapery, interior plants, and anything seen on indoor or outdoor sets. 2007-04-12 en
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5.4.6 Set Maker A person who makes the set with the specifications dictated by the set designer 2007-04-12 en
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5.4.7 Set Painter 2007-04-12 en
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5.5 Props / Properties 2007-04-12 en
5.5 props 2007-04-12 en
5.5 properties 2007-04-12 en
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5.5.1 Prop Manager / Prop Master / Property Manager / Property Master The person responsible for the supply, maintenance and storage of any props which are used for a production. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.1 prop manager The person responsible for the supply, maintenance and storage of any props which are used for a production. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.1 prop master The person responsible for the supply, maintenance and storage of any props which are used for a production. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.1 property manager The person responsible for the supply, maintenance and storage of any props which are used for a production. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.1 property master The person responsible for the supply, maintenance and storage of any props which are used for a production. 2007-04-12 en
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5.5.2 Prop Buyer / Hirer / Property Buyer / Property Hirer 2007-04-12 en
5.5.2 prop buyer 2007-04-12 en
5.5.2 hirer 2007-04-12 en
5.5.2 prop hirer 2007-04-12 en
5.5.2 property buyer 2007-04-12 en
5.5.2 property hirer 2007-04-12 en
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5.5.3 Prop Builder / Prop Maker / Property Builder / Property Maker The props builder, as the name implies, builds the props that are used for the film. Props builders are often technicians skilled in construction, plastics casting, machining, and electronics. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.3 prop builder The props builder, as the name implies, builds the props that are used for the film. Props builders are often technicians skilled in construction, plastics casting, machining, and electronics. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.3 prop maker The props builder, as the name implies, builds the props that are used for the film. Props builders are often technicians skilled in construction, plastics casting, machining, and electronics. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.3 property builder The props builder, as the name implies, builds the props that are used for the film. Props builders are often technicians skilled in construction, plastics casting, machining, and electronics. 2007-04-12 en
5.5.3 property maker The props builder, as the name implies, builds the props that are used for the film. Props builders are often technicians skilled in construction, plastics casting, machining, and electronics. 2007-04-12 en
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5.5.4 Prop Assistant / Property Assistant Responsible for the placement and maintenance of props on a set 2007-04-12 en
5.5.4 prop Assistant Responsible for the placement and maintenance of props on a set 2007-04-12 en
5.5.4 property Assistant Responsible for the placement and maintenance of props on a set 2007-04-12 en
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5.5.5 Armourer The person responsible for the supply and safety of any weapons used in a production. The armourer's role is to ensure that any ordinance, firearms or other weapons are safely stored and safely used. Note: not to be confused with Fight Director 2007-04-12 en
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5.6 Construction 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.1 Construction Buyer 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.2 Construction Coordinator / Construction Manager 2007-04-12 en
5.6.2 construction coordinator 2007-04-12 en
5.6.2 construction manager 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.3 Gang Boss / Foreman 2007-04-12 en
5.6.3 gang boss 2007-04-12 en
5.6.3 foreman 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.4 Swing Gang 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.5 Laborer 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.6 Lead Painter 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.7 Paint Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.8 Paint Foreman 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.9 Paint Labor 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.10 Stand-by Painter 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.11 Plaster Gang Boss 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.12 Plaster Foreman 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.13 Plasterer 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.14 Draper 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.15 Welder 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.16 Sign Writer 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.17 Tool Maintenance / Tool Person 2007-04-12 en
5.6.17 tool maintenance 2007-04-12 en
5.6.17 tool person 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.18 Manufacturer A person or organisation responsible for manufacturing a piece of technical equipment or a device used in the production, storage, or publication of material. 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.19 Head Carpenter The head carpenter is the foreman of a "gang" of carpenters and labourers. 2007-04-12 en
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5.6.20 Carpenter A person employed to carry out any woodwork which the production may require (e.g. for set building) 2007-04-12 en
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5.7 Scenic 2007-04-12 en
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5.7.1 Scenic Designer Scenic Designers are responsible for creating scale models of the scenery as well as scale drawings. 2007-04-12 en
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5.7.2 Key Scenic Artist The key scenic artist is responsible for the surface treatments of the sets. This includes special paint treatments such as aging and gilding, as well as simulating the appearance of wood, stone, brick, metal, stained glassanything called for by the production designer. The key scenic artist supervises the crew of painters, and is often a master craftsperson. 2007-04-12 en
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5.7.3 Scenic Artist / Painter 2007-04-12 en
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5.7.4 Scenic Operative Scenic Operatives set, rig, strike and dress studio sets. This can also involve erecting rostra, audience seating etc and making running repairs or painting floors and scenery. 2007-04-12 en
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5.8 Greens 2007-04-12 en
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5.8.1 Greensman The greensman is a specialised set dresser dealing with the artistic arrangement of plant material, sometimes real and sometimes artificial. Depending on the scope of the greens work in a film, the greensman may report to the set decorator or may report directly to the production designer. 2007-04-12 en
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5.9 Specialist Editors 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.1 TV Graphic Designer 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.2 Graphic Editor 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.3 Graphic Designer Person responsible for the design and realisation of original graphic material. This includes developing design concepts, using working drawings, storyboards and electronic paint images. They also design title sequences. 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.4 Graphic Assistant Person involved in making day-to-day paintbox pictures, and drawing completely or partially synthetic picture elements as content for programmes with existing graphic design format. Note: not to be confused with Graphic Designer, Illustrator 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.5 Illustrator Person responsible for the illustrations used in the programme Note: not to be confused with Graphic Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.6 Layout Manager 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.7 Layout Designer 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.8 Layout Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.9 Layout Artist Designs the backgrounds, lighting, and camera angles. 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.10 Background Artist / Background Stylist / Background Painter 2007-04-12 en
5.9.10 background artist 2007-04-12 en
5.9.10 background stylist 2007-04-12 en
5.9.10 background painter 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.11 Compositing Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.12 Compositor / Compositing Artist Artists composing scenes often specialised in software and applications such as Inferno or Flame and known as Inferno or Flame artists. Digital compositing is the process of assembling multiple images to make a final image, typically for print, motion pictures or screen display. 2007-04-12 en
5.9.12 compositor Artists composing scenes often specialised in software and applications such as Inferno or Flame and known as Inferno or Flame artists. Digital compositing is the process of assembling multiple images to make a final image, typically for print, motion pictures or screen display. 2007-04-12 en
5.9.12 compositing artist Artists composing scenes often specialised in software and applications such as Inferno or Flame and known as Inferno or Flame artists. Digital compositing is the process of assembling multiple images to make a final image, typically for print, motion pictures or screen display. 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.13 CG Lead Computer graphics (CG) Lead 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.14 CG Supervisor Computer graphics (CG) Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.15 CG Artist / CG Designer An artist who produces computer graphics (CG) where one utilizes computers both to generate visual images synthetically and to integrate or alter visual and spatial information sampled from the real world 2007-04-12 en
5.9.15 CG artist An artist who produces computer graphics (CG) where one utilizes computers both to generate visual images synthetically and to integrate or alter visual and spatial information sampled from the real world 2007-04-12 en
5.9.15 CG designer An artist who produces computer graphics (CG) where one utilizes computers both to generate visual images synthetically and to integrate or alter visual and spatial information sampled from the real world 2007-04-12 en
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5.9.16 Dialogue Editor The dialogue editor assembles, synchronises, and edits all the dialogue in a film or television production 2007-04-12 en
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5.10 Special Effects (SFX) Special effects (abbreviated SPFX or SFX) are used in the film, television, and entertainment industry to visualize scenes that cannot be achieved by normal means, such as space travel. They are also used when creating the effect by normal means is prohibitively expensive, such as an enormous explosion. They are also used to enhance previously filmed elements, by adding, removing or enhancing objects within the scene. Special Effects are those effects which are created during filming on-set, such as bullet hits, fire, flame, and explosions, wind, rain, etc. 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.1 Special Effects (SFX) Assistant A person who makes an artificial effect used to create an illusion in a program including technicians 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.2 Special Effects (SFX) Supervisor 2008-09-20 en
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5.10.3 Special Effects buyer 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.4 Special Effects (SFX) Supervisor Person responsible for the artificial effects produced on the set and used to create an illusion in a movie. Note: not to be confused with visual effects 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.5 Special Effects (SFX) Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.6 Special Effects (SFX) Foreman 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.7 Special Effects (SFX) Technician 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.8 Special Effects (SFX) Hair 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.9 Mechanical Special Effects (SFX) 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.10 Atmospheric Special Effects (SFX) 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.11 Electronic Special Effects (SFX) 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.12 Special Effects (SFX) Makeup Shop Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.13 Special Effects (SFX) Makeup Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.14 Special Effects (SFX) Makeup Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.15 Special Effects (SFX) Pre-visualisation 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.16 Pyrotechnician A member of the crew with expertise in fire or explosions. Note: not to be confused with 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.17 Machinist 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.18 Simulation and Effects Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.19 Matte Artist / Bluescreen Editor 2007-04-12 en
5.10.19 matte artist 2007-04-12 en
5.10.19 bluescreen editor 2007-04-12 en
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5.10.20 Matte Painter A person who creates artwork (usually for the background or forreground of a shot) which is included in the movie either via a matte shot or optical printing. It can be computer generated. A travelling matte allows the shape and position of the matte to be altered from frame to frame. 2007-04-12 en
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6 CAMERA DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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6.1 Director of Photography "Person with overall responsibility for conception, design, and capture of the visual appearance of an audio-visual work. Possible duties are: selection of film stock, cameras, and lenses; designing and selecting lighting, directing the gaffer's placement of lighting; shot composition (in consultation with the director); film developing and film printing." Note: not to be confused with Photographer 2007-04-12 en
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6.2 Film 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.1 Cinematographer 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.2 Chief Camera Segment 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.3 Camera Operator / Camera Person / Cameraman Also called cameraman. The camera operator uses the camera at the direction of the cinematographer, director of photography, or the film director to capture the scenes on film or video 2007-04-12 en
6.2.3 camera operator Also called cameraman. The camera operator uses the camera at the direction of the cinematographer, director of photography, or the film director to capture the scenes on film or video 2007-04-12 en
6.2.3 camera person Also called cameraman. The camera operator uses the camera at the direction of the cinematographer, director of photography, or the film director to capture the scenes on film or video 2007-04-12 en
6.2.3 cameraman Also called cameraman. The camera operator uses the camera at the direction of the cinematographer, director of photography, or the film director to capture the scenes on film or video 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.4 First Assistant Camera Operator / Focus Puller Responsible for keeping the camera in focus as it is shooting. Also maintains the camera during the duration of the filming period, apply or remove any necessary or unnecessary accessories (such as matte boxes, lens changes, filters, external viewing monitors, video assist devices, etc.), reload the camera (whether with film or video tape) and oversee the 2nd Assistant camera operator and any other members of the camera assist team (including desiginated loaders and camera production assistants). 2007-04-12 en
6.2.4 first assistant camera operator Responsible for keeping the camera in focus as it is shooting. Also maintains the camera during the duration of the filming period, apply or remove any necessary or unnecessary accessories (such as matte boxes, lens changes, filters, external viewing monitors, video assist devices, etc.), reload the camera (whether with film or video tape) and oversee the 2nd Assistant camera operator and any other members of the camera assist team (including desiginated loaders and camera production assistants). 2007-04-12 en
6.2.4 focus puller Responsible for keeping the camera in focus as it is shooting. Also maintains the camera during the duration of the filming period, apply or remove any necessary or unnecessary accessories (such as matte boxes, lens changes, filters, external viewing monitors, video assist devices, etc.), reload the camera (whether with film or video tape) and oversee the 2nd Assistant camera operator and any other members of the camera assist team (including desiginated loaders and camera production assistants). 2007-04-12 en
6.2.4 assistant camera Responsible for keeping the camera in focus as it is shooting. Also maintains the camera during the duration of the filming period, apply or remove any necessary or unnecessary accessories (such as matte boxes, lens changes, filters, external viewing monitors, video assist devices, etc.), reload the camera (whether with film or video tape) and oversee the 2nd Assistant camera operator and any other members of the camera assist team (including desiginated loaders and camera production assistants). 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.5 Second Assistant Camera / Clap Boy / Clapper Loader Operates the clapperboard at the beginning of each take and loads the raw film stock into the camera magazines between takes. Also in charge of delivering film material to development labs, he oversees organization of camera equipment and transport of the equipment from one shooting location to another. 2007-04-12 en
6.2.5 second assistant camera Operates the clapperboard at the beginning of each take and loads the raw film stock into the camera magazines between takes. Also in charge of delivering film material to development labs, he oversees organization of camera equipment and transport of the equipment from one shooting location to another. 2007-04-12 en
6.2.5 clap boy Operates the clapperboard at the beginning of each take and loads the raw film stock into the camera magazines between takes. Also in charge of delivering film material to development labs, he oversees organization of camera equipment and transport of the equipment from one shooting location to another. 2007-04-12 en
6.2.5 clapper loader Operates the clapperboard at the beginning of each take and loads the raw film stock into the camera magazines between takes. Also in charge of delivering film material to development labs, he oversees organization of camera equipment and transport of the equipment from one shooting location to another. 2007-04-12 en
6.2.5 assistant camera Operates the clapperboard at the beginning of each take and loads the raw film stock into the camera magazines between takes. Also in charge of delivering film material to development labs, he oversees organization of camera equipment and transport of the equipment from one shooting location to another. 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.6 Steadycam Operator Person in charge of the operation of a camera and responsible for the device's output during a production. Also called cameraman 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.7 High Definition Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.8 High Definition Camera Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.9 Steadycam Assitant Person in charge of the operation of a camera and responsible for the device's output during a production. Also called cameraman 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.10 Jib Operator A jib is boom device with a camera on one end, and a counterweight and camera controls on the other. 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.11 Underwater Operator 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.12 Loader transfer film from the manufacturer's light-tight canisters to the camera magazines for attachment to the camera 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.13 Switcher A person (studio engineer) responsible for camera mixing or switching. Switching is the selection process among the various audio and video sources in a production 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.14 Digital Imaging Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.15 Digital Imaging Technician / DIT On digital photography productions the digital imaging technician is responsible for the coordination of the internal workings of the digital camera. Under the direction of the cinematographer or director of photography, the DIT will make adjustments to the multitude of variables available in most professional digital cameras to creatively or technically manipulate the resulting image. 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.16 Digital Scaning and Recording 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.17 Digital Set Designer 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.18 Film Maker 2007-04-12 en
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6.2.19 Camera Supervisor Person responsible for overseeing the work of the other Camera Operators and any Camera Assistants working on the studio floor or OB location. 2011-10-12 en
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6.2.20 Rostrum Camera Operator Operator of specialist camera used to film still object(s) or picture(s). 2011-10-12 en
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6.3 Miniature and Special Effects 2007-04-12 en
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6.3.1 Miniature Director of Photography In the field of special effects a miniature effect is a special effect generated by the use of scale models 2007-04-12 en
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6.3.2 Miniature and Optical Effects Cameraman 2007-04-12 en
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6.3.3 Camera Tracking Superviser / Matchmove Superviser 2007-04-12 en
6.3.3 camera tracking superviser 2007-04-12 en
6.3.3 matchmove superviser 2007-04-12 en
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6.3.4 Camera Tracking Artist / Matchmove Artist Camera tracking or matchmoving refers to the process of matching the position and angle of CGI (such as a spaceship or animated creature) to real footage shot with a film or video camera. This process can be accomplished manually on a frame by frame basis. More common is the use of automated matchmoving software based on computer vision techniques that can extract camera position and rotation values over time from a frame sequence of digitized footage with minimal user intervention. Done correctly, matchmoving allows the seamless compositing of additional elements into camera footage that may have been too expensive or impossible to achieve otherwise. 2007-04-12 en
6.3.4 camera tracking artist Camera tracking or matchmoving refers to the process of matching the position and angle of CGI (such as a spaceship or animated creature) to real footage shot with a film or video camera. This process can be accomplished manually on a frame by frame basis. More common is the use of automated matchmoving software based on computer vision techniques that can extract camera position and rotation values over time from a frame sequence of digitized footage with minimal user intervention. Done correctly, matchmoving allows the seamless compositing of additional elements into camera footage that may have been too expensive or impossible to achieve otherwise. 2007-04-12 en
6.3.4 matchmove artist Camera tracking or matchmoving refers to the process of matching the position and angle of CGI (such as a spaceship or animated creature) to real footage shot with a film or video camera. This process can be accomplished manually on a frame by frame basis. More common is the use of automated matchmoving software based on computer vision techniques that can extract camera position and rotation values over time from a frame sequence of digitized footage with minimal user intervention. Done correctly, matchmoving allows the seamless compositing of additional elements into camera footage that may have been too expensive or impossible to achieve otherwise. 2007-04-12 en
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6.3.5 Special Effects (SFX) Photography 2007-04-12 en
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6.4 Photo 2007-04-12 en
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6.4.1 Still Photographer Person who is responsible for taking still photographs for a production. Note: not to be confused with Director of Photography 2007-04-12 en
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6.4.2 Aerial Photographer Person or organisation responsible for filming from the air, usually in a plane or helicopter. 2011-10-12 en
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6.5 Video 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.1 Video Production Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.2 Video Rental Technician 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.3 Video Technician 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.4 Video Engineer / Video Operator An engineer who operates the monitors and camera control units to switch from one camera to another and maintain color, contrast, and other visual qualities 2007-04-12 en
6.5.4 video engineer An engineer who operates the monitors and camera control units to switch from one camera to another and maintain color, contrast, and other visual qualities 2007-04-12 en
6.5.4 video operator An engineer who operates the monitors and camera control units to switch from one camera to another and maintain color, contrast, and other visual qualities 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.5 Videotape Editor 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.6 Videotape Engineer / VTR Recordist 2007-04-12 en
6.5.6 videotape engineer 2007-04-12 en
6.5.6 VTR recordist 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.7 Videotape Assembly 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.8 DV Operator 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.9 Video Assistant Operates a small video system called a video tap that records everything the camera is recording. This allows the director to see what the camera operator sees thus assuring that the shot looks the way it was planned to. 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.10 Video Playback Operator 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.11 Video Editor 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.12 Video Split Operator 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.13 Video Split Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.14 Videographer 2007-04-12 en
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6.5.15 Assistant Videographer 2007-04-12 en
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7 CASTING DEPARTMENT Pre-production process for selecting a cast (a meaning of the word recorded since 1631) of actors, dancers, singers, and other talent for a live or recorded performance 2007-04-12 en
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7.1 Casting Director Person responsible for selecting talent (actors, singers, dancers, etc.) for a production. 2007-04-12 en
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7.2 Assistant Casting Director 2007-04-12 en
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7.3 Casting Assiociate / Recruiter 2007-04-12 en
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7.4 Extras Casting 2007-04-12 en
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8 CATERING DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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8.1 Catering Company 2007-04-12 en
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8.2 Chef 2007-04-12 en
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8.3 Assistant-Chef / Cook 2007-04-12 en
8.3 assistant-chef 2007-04-12 en
8.3 cook 2007-04-12 en
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8.4 Craft Service 2007-04-12 en
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9 CONSULTANTS / EXPERTS 2007-04-12 en
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9.1 Expert A person who appears, either in person or by direct use of their work, in a programme by virtue of (professional) experience on a specific matter related to a newsworthy fact or subject. Note: not to be confused with Consultant 2007-04-12 en
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9.2 Adviser 2007-04-12 en
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9.2.1 Technical Adviser / Military 2007-04-12 en
9.2.1 technical adviser 2007-04-12 en
9.2.1 military 2007-04-12 en
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9.2.2 Technical Adviser / Law Enforcement 2007-04-12 en
9.2.2 technical adviser 2007-04-12 en
9.2.2 law enforcement 2007-04-12 en
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9.2.3 Technical Adviser / Medical 2007-04-12 en
9.2.3 technical adviser 2007-04-12 en
9.2.3 medical 2007-04-12 en
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9.2.4 Technical Adviser / Other 2007-04-12 en
9.2.4 technical adviser 2007-04-12 en
9.2.4 other 2007-04-12 en
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9.3 Consultants 2007-04-12 en
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9.3.1 Consultant 2007-04-12 en
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9.3.2 Fashion Consultant 2007-04-12 en
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9.3.3 Technical Consultant 2007-04-12 en
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9.3.4 Transport Consultant 2007-04-12 en
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10 DISTRIBUTION 2007-04-12 en
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10.1 Creative Services overlooks the design of branding and advertising for a client and ensuring that the new branding and advertising fits in with the clients requirements and the image they wish to promote for their company or product. One of the aspects of this role, is to interpret a client's communications strategy and then develop proposed creative approaches and treatments that align with that strategy 2007-04-12 en
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10.1.1 Director 2007-04-12 en
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10.1.2 Producer 2007-04-12 en
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10.1.2.1 Series Producer The manager of an entire series run of a programme, usually the individual in charge of finance, personnel, and other non-artistic aspects in the development of the particular series. 2011-10-12 en
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10.1.3 Assistant to the Producer 2007-04-12 en
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10.1.4 Writer / Conceptualist 2007-04-12 en
10.1.4 writer 2007-04-12 en
10.1.4 conceptualist 2007-04-12 en
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10.2 Distribution Company / Distributor A person or organisation responsible for delivering the material to the Publication Companies from the Production Company and coordinating the distribution of the finished movie to exhibitors, as well as the sale of videos, laserdiscs, and other media versions of movies 2007-04-12 en
10.2 distribution company A person or organisation responsible for delivering the material to the Publication Companies from the Production Company and coordinating the distribution of the finished movie to exhibitors, as well as the sale of videos, laserdiscs, and other media versions of movies 2007-04-12 en
10.2 distributor A person or organisation responsible for delivering the material to the Publication Companies from the Production Company and coordinating the distribution of the finished movie to exhibitors, as well as the sale of videos, laserdiscs, and other media versions of movies 2007-04-12 en
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10.3 Publishing Company / Publisher A person or organization that prepares and issues material for distribution or sale including brochures and prints 2007-04-12 en
10.3 publishing company A person or organization that prepares and issues material for distribution or sale including brochures and prints 2007-04-12 en
10.3 publisher A person or organization that prepares and issues material for distribution or sale including brochures and prints 2007-04-12 en
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10.4 Disseminator A person or organization who makes a creation available to others 2007-04-12 en
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10.5 Release Agent A person or organization that releases content 2007-04-12 en
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10.6 Sales Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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10.7 Syndicator A person or organization that sells a package of off network programs sold or bartered to individual television stations in a local market, either strip (daily) or weekly episodic (series). 2007-04-12 en
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10.8 Aggregator A person or organization that gathers material into a sum or whole 2007-04-12 en
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10.9 Broadcast One to many distribution, over the air (terrestrial), satellite, cable, mobile, etc. 2007-04-12 en
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10.9.1 Broadcaster A person or organization that sends out or communicates material, especially by radio or television 2007-04-12 en
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10.9.2 Broadcast Assistant A person who provides general support in the production of a radio programme. This can include technical support (such as rigging, testing and operating studio equipment), administrative support (such as completion of programme paperwork, booking guests, and so on) and creative support (such as writing briefs and scripts). 2007-04-12 en
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10.9.3 Scheduler 2007-04-12 en
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10.9.4 Master Control Board Operator Master control is the technical hub of a broadcast operation.Master control is the final point before a signal is transmitted over-the-air or sent on to a cable television operator or satellite provider for broadcast. Television master control rooms include banks of video monitors, satellite receivers, videotape machines, transmission equipment, and, more recently, computer broadcast automation equipment for recording and playback of on-air programming. 2007-04-12 en
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10.9.5 Master Control Operator 2007-04-12 en
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10.10 Webcaster A person or organization that sends out or communicates material on the Internet by audio and/or video 2007-04-12 en
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10.11 Media Production Manager 2007-04-12 en
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10.12 Series Editor Person responsible for the editorial content and themes of a series run of a show and the individual programmes within that series run. Usually a role associated with factual and news programmes. 2011-10-12 en
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11 EDITING / MONTAGE 2007-04-12 en
11 editing 2007-04-12 en
11 montage 2007-04-12 en
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11.1 Editor / Visual Editor / Film Editor / Video Editor The editor is the person who assembles the various shots into a coherent film, following the screnplay, with the help of the director. 2007-04-12 en
11.1 editor The editor is the person who assembles the various shots into a coherent film, following the screnplay, with the help of the director. 2007-04-12 en
11.1 visual editor The editor is the person who assembles the various shots into a coherent film, following the screnplay, with the help of the director. 2007-04-12 en
11.1 film editor The editor is the person who assembles the various shots into a coherent film, following the screnplay, with the help of the director. 2007-04-12 en
11.1 video editor The editor is the person who assembles the various shots into a coherent film, following the screnplay, with the help of the director. 2007-04-12 en
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11.2 Second Editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.3 Senior Editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.4 Assistant Editor / Assistant Visual Editor 2007-04-12 en
11.4 assistant editor 2007-04-12 en
11.4 assistant visual editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.5 Editorial Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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11.6 Editorial Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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11.7 Segment Editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.8 Edit Programmer 2007-04-12 en
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11.9 Non-linear Editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.10 Non-linear Digital Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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11.11 Negative Cutter The negative cutter cuts and splices the negatives as directed by the film editor, and then provide the assembled negative reels to the lab in order for prints (positives for projection) to be made. 2007-04-12 en
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11.12 Final Cut Pro Editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.13 Colour Timing Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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11.14 Colour Timer The color timer works in a film lab to adjust the color of the film. 2007-04-12 en
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11.15 Digital Colour Timer A process which adjusts the final print so that colors match from shot to shot, regardless of the film stock and camera used to shoot the scene. So named because one aspect is adjusting the exposure time of each shot 2007-04-12 en
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11.16 Vidifont Operator 2007-04-12 en
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11.17 Dialogue Editor Responsible for assembling and editing all the dialog in the soundtrack. 2007-04-12 en
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11.18 ADR (Automatic Dialogue Replacement) Editor ADR – automatic dialogue replacement – is the process of replacing dialogue that was recorded incorrectly during filming, with the actors voices recorded and put into place during editing. The ADR editor oversees the procedure and takes the corrupted dialogue, and replaces it with newly recorded lines to the actor's mouth on film to make it lip sync correctly.Automated dialogue replacement is called post-synchronisation (post-sync) 2007-04-12 en
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11.19 ADR (Automatic Dialogue Replacement) Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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11.20 ADR (Automatic Dialogue Replacement) Mixer 2007-04-12 en
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11.21 ADR (Automatic Dialogue Replacement) Recordist 2007-04-12 en
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11.22 Audio Editor / Sound Editor / Audio Mixer / Sound Mixer A sound editor is a creative professional responsible for selecting and assembling sound recordings in preparation for the final sound mixing or mastering of a television program or motion picture. 2007-04-12 en
11.22 audio editor A sound editor is a creative professional responsible for selecting and assembling sound recordings in preparation for the final sound mixing or mastering of a television program or motion picture. 2007-04-12 en
11.22 sound editor A sound editor is a creative professional responsible for selecting and assembling sound recordings in preparation for the final sound mixing or mastering of a television program or motion picture. 2007-04-12 en
11.22 audio mixer A sound editor is a creative professional responsible for selecting and assembling sound recordings in preparation for the final sound mixing or mastering of a television program or motion picture. 2007-04-12 en
11.22 sound mixer A sound editor is a creative professional responsible for selecting and assembling sound recordings in preparation for the final sound mixing or mastering of a television program or motion picture. 2007-04-12 en
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11.23 Assistant Audio Editor / Assistant Sound Editor 2007-04-12 en
11.23 assistant audio editor 2007-04-12 en
11.23 assistant sound editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.24 Sound Designer / Supervising Sound Editor The sound designer, or "supervising sound editor", is in charge of the post-production sound of a movie. A film sound specialist responsible for the development and augmentation of all soundtrack material, or a significant portion thereof, and is ultimately in charge of the entire sound production. Occasionally, it is used to refer to a person who is responsible for creating unique sounds or sound elements which are incorporated into a sound track 2007-04-12 en
11.24 sound designer The sound designer, or "supervising sound editor", is in charge of the post-production sound of a movie. A film sound specialist responsible for the development and augmentation of all soundtrack material, or a significant portion thereof, and is ultimately in charge of the entire sound production. Occasionally, it is used to refer to a person who is responsible for creating unique sounds or sound elements which are incorporated into a sound track 2007-04-12 en
11.24 supervising sound editor The sound designer, or "supervising sound editor", is in charge of the post-production sound of a movie. A film sound specialist responsible for the development and augmentation of all soundtrack material, or a significant portion thereof, and is ultimately in charge of the entire sound production. Occasionally, it is used to refer to a person who is responsible for creating unique sounds or sound elements which are incorporated into a sound track 2007-04-12 en
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11.25 Foley Editor / Sound Effects Editor A person who edits the sound effects created by a Foley Artist ro from a library of sound effects. Sound effects or audio effects are artificially created or enhanced sounds, or sound processes used to emphasize artistic or other content of movies, video games, music, or other media 2007-04-12 en
11.25 foley editor A person who edits the sound effects created by a Foley Artist ro from a library of sound effects. Sound effects or audio effects are artificially created or enhanced sounds, or sound processes used to emphasize artistic or other content of movies, video games, music, or other media 2007-04-12 en
11.25 sound effects editor A person who edits the sound effects created by a Foley Artist ro from a library of sound effects. Sound effects or audio effects are artificially created or enhanced sounds, or sound processes used to emphasize artistic or other content of movies, video games, music, or other media 2007-04-12 en
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11.26 Music Editor A person who, in collaboration with the music supervisor and composer, performs editing on the score, live vocals, songs and source music of a movie 2007-04-12 en
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11.27 Re-recording Mixer Balances all of the sounds prepared by the dialogue, music and effects editors, and finalizes the films audio track. 2007-04-12 en
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11.28 Re-recording Engineer / Operator 2007-04-12 en
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11.29 Commentary Editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.30 Off-line Editing A person completing preliminary editing done in a lower-cost editing facility, to prepare a list of edits for the final, or on-line editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.31 On-line Editing A person who completes the final editing and preparation for distribution of film, with edits often from a list of changes created by the off-line editor 2007-04-12 en
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11.32 DVD Authoring 2007-04-12 en
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11.33 Title Sequence Designer A title sequence, in a television program or film, is shown at the beginning which displays the opening credits. It is generally accompanied by a theme song. 2007-04-12 en
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11.34 Deputy Editor Person that performs a deputy editor role on news or current affairs style programmes. 2011-10-12 en
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12 GRIP DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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12.1 Key Grip The chief grip who works directly for the Chief Lighting Technician to produce shadow effects for set lighting and who supervises camera cranes, dollies and other supporting structures for cameras. 2007-04-12 en
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12.2 Best Boy Grip Cheif Assistant to key grip 2007-04-12 en
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12.3 Grip Works with the lighting and camera departments. A person responsible for the adjustment and maintenance of production equipment on the set. Their typical duties include laying dolly tracks or erecting scaffolding. 2007-04-12 en
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12.4 Assistant Grip 2007-04-12 en
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12.5 Dolly Grip In cinematography, the dolly grip is the individual who places and moves the dolly track were it is required, and then pushes and pulls the dolly along that track while filming. A dolly grip must work closely with the camera crew to perfect these complex movements during rehearsals. For moving shots, dolly grips may also push the wheeled platform holding the microphone and boom operator. The dolly is a cart that the tripod and camera (and occasionally the camera crew) rest on. It makes the camera able to move without bumps and visual interruptions from start to finish while the camera is filming. It is commonly used to follow beside an actor to give the audience the sense of walking with the actor, or as the actor. 2007-04-12 en
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12.6 Rigging Key Grip 2007-04-12 en
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12.7 Crane 2007-04-12 en
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12.8 Rigger Riggers work across both studios and outside broadcasts and drive a full range of outside broadcast vehicles. They lay out all the cables, camera mountings, tracks, cranes and dollies and also erect scaffold towers and operate power vans. 2007-04-12 en
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13 HAIR AND MAKEUP / WIG DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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13.1 Hairdresser A person who prepares the hair of the on-screen participants in a production. 2007-04-12 en
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13.1.1 Hair Stylist 2007-04-12 en
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13.1.2 Assistant Hair Stylist 2007-04-12 en
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13.2 Makeup / WIg 2007-04-12 en
13.2 makeup 2007-04-12 en
13.2 wIg 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.1 Makeup Supervisor The decorations placed directly on the skin or hair of an actor for cosmetic or artistic effect. Practitioners are called artists or supervisors 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.2 Makeup Artist A person who prepares the make up of the on-screen participants in a production. The decorations placed directly on the skin or hair of an actor for cosmetic or artistic effect. Practitioners are called artists or supervisors. 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.3 Assistant Makeup Artist 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.4 Tatoo / Body Paint 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.5 Wigs 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.6 Effects / Prosthetic Prosthetic makeup is the process of using prosthetic sculpting, molding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects 2007-04-12 en
13.2.6 effects Prosthetic makeup is the process of using prosthetic sculpting, molding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects 2007-04-12 en
13.2.6 prosthetic Prosthetic makeup is the process of using prosthetic sculpting, molding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.7 Foam Technician 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.8 Mold Artist 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.9 Mold Maker 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.10 Mold Technician 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.11 Contact Lens Technician 2007-04-12 en
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13.2.12 Make-up Designer Designs the look of on-screen performers, using makeup, prosthetics, etc. 2011-10-12 en
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14 IT DEPARTMENT AND SERVICES 2007-04-12 en
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14.1 Computer Programmer The person responsible for the creation and/or maintenance of computer program design documents, source code, and machine-executable. 2007-04-12 en
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14.2 Software Developer 2007-04-12 en
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14.3 Software Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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14.4 IT Support 2007-04-12 en
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14.5 Data I/O 2007-04-12 en
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15 LIGHTING / ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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15.1 Lighting Director The Lighting Director is responsible for the creative, effective and efficient design and delivery of lighting for television productions of all programme types both in studios and on outside broadcasts/ location shoots. 2007-04-12 en
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15.2 Assistant Lighting Director 2007-04-12 en
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15.3 Lighting Technical Director 2007-04-12 en
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15.4 Lighting Manager 2007-04-12 en
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15.5 Lighting Supervisor The chief of a production's lightning crew 2007-04-12 en
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15.6 Lighting Designer 2007-04-12 en
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15.7 Lighting Artist 2007-04-12 en
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15.8 Chief Lighting Technician / Gaffer The head of electrical department in charge for a production of lighting the stage in accordance with the direction of the cinematographer. The gaffer reports to the director of photography and will usually have an assistant called a Best Boy and a crew of rigging electricians. 2007-04-12 en
15.8 chief lighting technician The head of electrical department in charge for a production of lighting the stage in accordance with the direction of the cinematographer. The gaffer reports to the director of photography and will usually have an assistant called a Best Boy and a crew of rigging electricians. 2007-04-12 en
15.8 gaffer The head of electrical department in charge for a production of lighting the stage in accordance with the direction of the cinematographer. The gaffer reports to the director of photography and will usually have an assistant called a Best Boy and a crew of rigging electricians. 2007-04-12 en
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15.9 Assistant Chief Lighting Technician / Best Boy The second in command of electrical department for a production. Also named Best Boy 2007-04-12 en
15.9 assistant chief lighting technician The second in command of electrical department for a production. Also named Best Boy 2007-04-12 en
15.9 best boy The second in command of electrical department for a production. Also named Best Boy 2007-04-12 en
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15.10 Lead Hand 2007-04-12 en
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15.11 Lighting Operator / Lighting Technician / Lighting Assistant A member of the electrical department who installs, operates, and maintains lights and lighting equipment on a set. 2007-04-12 en
15.11 lighting operator A member of the electrical department who installs, operates, and maintains lights and lighting equipment on a set. 2007-04-12 en
15.11 lighting technician A member of the electrical department who installs, operates, and maintains lights and lighting equipment on a set. 2007-04-12 en
15.11 lighting assistant A member of the electrical department who installs, operates, and maintains lights and lighting equipment on a set. 2007-04-12 en
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15.12 Rigging Gaffer 2007-04-12 en
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15.13 Lighting Console Programmer / Operator 2007-04-12 en
15.13 lighting console programmer 2007-04-12 en
15.13 operator 2007-04-12 en
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15.14 Laserist 2007-04-12 en
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15.15 Genny Operator 2007-04-12 en
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15.16 Board Operator 2007-04-12 en
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15.17 Lamp Operator 2007-04-12 en
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15.18 Electrician 2007-04-12 en
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15.19 Cabler / Cable Puller 2007-04-12 en
15.19 cabler 2007-04-12 en
15.19 cable puller 2007-04-12 en
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16 MARINE 2007-04-12 en
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16.1 Marine Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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16.2 Marine Specialist 2007-04-12 en
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16.3 Diver 2007-04-12 en
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17 MUSIC DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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17.1 Production 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.1 Music Director 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.2 Executive Music Producer 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.3 Song Producer 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.4 Music Supervisor / Coordinator The music supervisor, or "music director", works with composer, mixers and editors to create and integrate the film's music. 2007-04-12 en
17.1.4 music supervisor The music supervisor, or "music director", works with composer, mixers and editors to create and integrate the film's music. 2007-04-12 en
17.1.4 coordinator The music supervisor, or "music director", works with composer, mixers and editors to create and integrate the film's music. 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.5 Music Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.6 Music Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.7 Composer Person/cooperation responsible for composing the music used in the programme, and in particular the score 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.8 Theme Song Composer 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.9 Librettist The writer of the text of an opera, oratorio, etc. 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.10 Lyricist The writer of the text of a song. 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.11 Orchestrator 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.12 Conductor A person who conducts a musical work by directing a performing group such as orchestra, chorus, opera, etc. 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.13 Music Arranger A person who takes a pre-written piece and writes a new score to present the original piece of music in a particular way. The arranger will write parts for all the individual instruments and voices which they want to appear in their version of the piece. 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.14 Music Programmer 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.15 Electronic Music Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.16 Score Mixer Music Director responsible for the film score.A film score is the background music in a film, generally specially written for the film and often used to heighten emotions provoked by the imagery on the screen or by the dialogue 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.17 Score Recordist 2007-04-12 en
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17.1.18 Score Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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17.2 Performers 2007-04-12 en
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17.2.1 Musician / Instrumentalist / Player Someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession) including instrumentalits or other instrument player 2007-04-12 en
17.2.1 musician Someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession) including instrumentalits or other instrument player 2007-04-12 en
17.2.1 instrumentalist Someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession) including instrumentalits or other instrument player 2007-04-12 en
17.2.1 player Someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession) including instrumentalits or other instrument player 2007-04-12 en
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17.2.2 Choir An organised company of singers 2007-04-12 en
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17.2.3 Ensemble A group of musicians playing or singing together. Especially for classical music. 2007-04-12 en
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17.2.4 Music Group A group of musicians playing and singing together. Especially for popular music (pop/rock). 2007-04-12 en
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17.2.5 Orchestra A group of musicians performing in a concerted manner. Typically a band suitable for the performance of synphonies, ouvertures, etc., as well as for the accompaniment of operas, oratorios, cantatas, masses, and the like, or of vocal and instrumental solos. 2007-04-12 en
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17.2.6 Singer / Vocalist A person who uses his or her voice with or without instrumental accompaniment to produce music. A singer's performance may or may not include actual words. 2007-04-12 en
17.2.6 singer A person who uses his or her voice with or without instrumental accompaniment to produce music. A singer's performance may or may not include actual words. 2007-04-12 en
17.2.6 vocalist A person who uses his or her voice with or without instrumental accompaniment to produce music. A singer's performance may or may not include actual words. 2007-04-12 en
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17.2.7 Synthesis Musician 2007-04-12 en
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18 NEWS DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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18.1 News Director 2007-04-12 en
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18.2 Editor/Producer (News) Person responsible for deciding which stories to include and which to leave out for a News programme. Note: not to be confused with 2007-04-12 en
18.2 editor (news) Person responsible for deciding which stories to include and which to leave out for a News programme. Note: not to be confused with 2007-04-12 en
18.2 producer (news) Person responsible for deciding which stories to include and which to leave out for a News programme. Note: not to be confused with 2007-04-12 en
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18.3 Assistant Editor 2007-04-12 en
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18.4 Editor in Chief Head of the editorial staff for news output on a particular service. 2007-04-12 en
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18.5 Editor of the day Journalist responsible for the (news) broadcast of the day 2007-04-12 en
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18.6 Announcer A person, appearing in sound or in vision, responsible for reading newscast and news bulletins, for voices continuity for programs, or for describing actualities such as parades, sporting, musical and other special events. 2007-04-12 en
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18.7 News Reader A person, typically a journalist, who reads news stories in news programmes. 2007-04-12 en
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18.8 Broadcast Journalist / Video Journalist Person who decides how a story should be written, which facts are important and how to edit sound and vision. He/She reports, edits, writes scripts, reads bulletins and compiles pages for teletext services and online. He/She is the responsible for a news story of which may be indicated as the author. 2007-04-12 en
18.8 broadcast journalist Person who decides how a story should be written, which facts are important and how to edit sound and vision. He/She reports, edits, writes scripts, reads bulletins and compiles pages for teletext services and online. He/She is the responsible for a news story of which may be indicated as the author. 2007-04-12 en
18.8 video journalist Person who decides how a story should be written, which facts are important and how to edit sound and vision. He/She reports, edits, writes scripts, reads bulletins and compiles pages for teletext services and online. He/She is the responsible for a news story of which may be indicated as the author. 2007-04-12 en
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18.9 Reporter 2007-04-12 en
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18.10 Correspondent Correspondents comment on events within their own specialist area, enabling us to provide an authoritative view on the news stories of the day. 2007-04-12 en
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18.11 Witness An interviewed person speaking about something (generally newsworthy) of which they have first hand experience. 2007-04-12 en
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19 POST-PRODUCTION Everything after the shooting of the film is post production. People involved in this stage of production include the editor, the publicist, the sound editor, the Foley artist, the composer, the title sequence designer, and the specialist editors. 2007-04-12 en
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19.1 Post-production Producer 2007-04-12 en
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19.2 Post-production Editor The role of the Post Production Editor is to help determine the look, sound and feel of the finished programme. The editor uses creative skills to set the pace of the piece and to further tighten the relationship between the picture and sound. 2007-04-12 en
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19.3 Post-production Executive 2007-04-12 en
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19.4 Post-production Scheduler 2007-04-12 en
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19.5 Post-production Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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19.6 Post-production Coordinator / Clearance Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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19.7 Post-production Audio 2007-04-12 en
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19.8 Post-production Video 2007-04-12 en
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19.9 Post-production Film 2007-04-12 en
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19.10 Post-production Tape Operator 2007-04-12 en
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19.11 Post-production Technician 2007-04-12 en
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20 PRODUCTION These include the "front office" staff such as the Production Manager, the Production Coordinator, and their assistants; the accounting staff; the various Assistant Directors; and sometimes the Locations Manager and his or her assistants. The Director is considered to be a separate entity, not within the departmental structure. 2007-04-12 en
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20.1 Producer A person who is responsible for the making of an audio-visual work, including business aspects, management of the productions, and the commercial success of the work within scheduled deadlines. 2007-04-12 en
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20.2 Executive Producer The person primarily in charge of the financial aspects of a overall production and who may also make major creative decisions. He is not involved in any technical aspects of the filmmaking process. Typically an executive producer handles business and legal issues. He may supervise one or more producers or co-producers. 2007-04-12 en
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20.3 Supervising Producer The supervising producer coordinates the activities of more than one producer under the authority of the executive producer. 2007-04-12 en
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20.4 Assistant Executive Producer Assistant to the Executive Producer 2007-04-12 en
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20.5 Line Producer The line producer works with the production manager on operating and more particulaly financial aspects.Line Producer: He approves expenses, including locations, actors, and crew. 2007-04-12 en
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20.6 Associate Producer The top assistant to the producer, usually the intermediary between the Producer and the shooting crew. 2007-04-12 en
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20.7 Co-Producer Producer participating in a collaborative production effort with other co-producers 2007-04-12 en
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20.8 Segment Producer The segment producer is in charge of supervising the production of one or more segments of a programme or film 2007-04-12 en
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20.9 Assistant Producer Assistant Producers assist Producers in the production of programmes or series. They are responsible for defining the best format corresponding to the programme / film intention and targeted audience. Assistant Producers set up filming, find interviewees, archive material and locations, and on some productions they suggest and book studio guests. They supervise the post-production process, being involved in editing, dubbing and compilation. Note: not to be confused with Production Assistant. 2007-04-12 en
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20.10 Production Manager The individual under the producer and director who supervises and coordinates all of the business and technical aspects of production. Production Manager Organises and oversees a production including keeping a tight rein on the budget. Organises all the essential support facilities - accommodation, catering, transport, etc. and will roster crews, equipment and facilities. The Production Manager often works under the supervision of a line producer and directly supervises the Production Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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20.11 Unit Manager / Second Unit Manager The person acting as production manager in charge of the second unit. This is a group charged with filming the less important scenes in a production. Note: not to be confused with Assistant Director. 2007-04-12 en
20.11 unit manager The person acting as production manager in charge of the second unit. This is a group charged with filming the less important scenes in a production. Note: not to be confused with Assistant Director. 2007-04-12 en
20.11 second unit manager The person acting as production manager in charge of the second unit. This is a group charged with filming the less important scenes in a production. Note: not to be confused with Assistant Director. 2007-04-12 en
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20.12 Assistant Unit Manager / Assistant Second Unit Manager / Unit Manager / Unit Production Manager Assist with the day-to-day financial operation of the shooting unit. 2007-04-12 en
20.12 assistant unit manager Assist with the day-to-day financial operation of the shooting unit. 2007-04-12 en
20.12 Assistant second unit manager Assist with the day-to-day financial operation of the shooting unit. 2007-04-12 en
20.12 unit manager Assist with the day-to-day financial operation of the shooting unit. 2007-04-12 en
20.12 unit production manager Assist with the day-to-day financial operation of the shooting unit. 2007-04-12 en
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20.13 Mobile Unit Supervisor The unit supervisor is under the responsibility of a unit manager for secondary "mobile unit" shooting. 2007-04-12 en
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20.14 Production Coordinator The Production Coordinator is at the heart of the production process under the responsibility of the production manager, responsible for organizing all the logistics from hiring crew, renting equipment, booking talent, etc. 2007-04-12 en
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20.15 Assistant Coordinator Assitant to the Production Coordinator. 2007-04-12 en
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20.16 Director He controls the action and dialogue in front of the camera. The person mainly responsible for the artistic result of the work, including controlling the content and flow of the film's plot, directing the performances of actors, organizing and selecting the locations in which the film will be shot (shooting script), and managing technical details such as the positioning of cameras, the use of lighting, and the timing and content of the film's soundtrack, that is for taking the script to the very end of the production process. The director role may differ whether it is for television or film, e.g. one shoots on set while the other direct from the galley. The television director views the action on the studio floor through a bank of screens, each one linked to one of the studio cameras, while issuing instructions down to the Floor Manager. In television, the creative part in the hands of the producer. 2007-04-12 en
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20.17 First Assistant Director The first assistant director assists the director and production manager. He runs the set, plans the cost-efficient scheduling of locations and talent, schedules the days’ shooting and is responsible for carrying out the director’s instructions. 2007-04-12 en
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20.18 Second Assistant Director The second assistant director handles paperwork relating to the number of hours worked, scheduling, booking, etc. He is occasionally in charge of production assistants as chief assistant. 2007-04-12 en
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20.19 Associate Director 2007-04-12 en
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20.20 Artistic Director The person mainly responsible for the artistic result of the work, including controlling the content and flow of the film's plot, directing the performances of actors, organizing and selecting the locations in which the film will be shot (shooting script), and managing technical details such as the positioning of cameras, the use of lighting, and the timing and content of the film's soundtrack, that is for taking the script to the very end of the production process. The director role may differ whether it is for television or film, e.g. one shoots on set while the other direct from the galley. The television director views the action on the studio floor through a bank of screens, each one linked to one of the studio cameras, while issuing instructions down to the Floor Manager. In television, the creative part in the hands of the producer. 2007-04-12 en
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20.21 Segment Director 2007-04-12 en
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20.22 Television Galley / Control Room Team The following crew positions are only utilised on a multi-camera production. The Gallery or "Control Room" is a separate darkened area away from the studio floor where the action can be viewed across multiple monitors and controlled from a single source. 2007-04-12 en
20.22 television galley The following crew positions are only utilised on a multi-camera production. The Gallery or "Control Room" is a separate darkened area away from the studio floor where the action can be viewed across multiple monitors and controlled from a single source. 2007-04-12 en
20.22 control room team The following crew positions are only utilised on a multi-camera production. The Gallery or "Control Room" is a separate darkened area away from the studio floor where the action can be viewed across multiple monitors and controlled from a single source. 2007-04-12 en
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20.22.1 Vision Mixer / Vision Switcher The person responsible for mixing video feeds in a live programme, such as a news broadcast. The Vision Mixer is also responsible for the actual switching between different video sources, such as camera shots and video inserts. They also maintain colour and contrast balance between the studio cameras. 2007-04-12 en
20.22.1 vision mixer The person responsible for mixing video feeds in a live programme, such as a news broadcast. The Vision Mixer is also responsible for the actual switching between different video sources, such as camera shots and video inserts. They also maintain colour and contrast balance between the studio cameras. 2007-04-12 en
20.22.1 vision switcher The person responsible for mixing video feeds in a live programme, such as a news broadcast. The Vision Mixer is also responsible for the actual switching between different video sources, such as camera shots and video inserts. They also maintain colour and contrast balance between the studio cameras. 2007-04-12 en
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20.22.2 Aston Operator / Graphics Operator The Aston Operator prepares and displays on-screen graphics. 2007-04-12 en
20.22.2 aston operator The Aston Operator prepares and displays on-screen graphics. 2007-04-12 en
20.22.2 graphics operator The Aston Operator prepares and displays on-screen graphics. 2007-04-12 en
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20.22.3 VT Operator The VT Operator cues and prepares video inserts into a programme. Heavily used in sports programming, they are also responsible for action replays and quickly editing highlights while a show is in progress. 2007-04-12 en
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20.21 Production Assistant He brings a specific production together. Chooses the screenplay, arranges financing, hires a director, helps in the casting process, coordinates the production teams, contributors and artists, and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the shoot on set or from a studio galley (shot calling, shot-listing, making recording notes, cueing, liaison with Presentation / VT, timing and continuity noting; preparing operational and post-production documentation including programme scripts, camera scripts / cards; recording orders, script breakdowns, schedules edit notes and post production scripts). He is involved with the editing and all post-production and may also consult on marketing and distribution. This function is different from the one of assistant producer. In television, they are responsible for communication with the broadcasting channel during a live show, counting down the time before transmission aloud to the crew via the studio microphone. They also count down time remaining for sections of a programme, such as an interview or an advert break. Prior to a production, he is responsible for preparing and timing the script, noting pre-recorded inserts, sound effects and suchlike, and for clearing copyright and other administrative issues. 2007-04-12 en
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20.22 Production Researcher A Person who carries out research required for the making of a production. This may be research to do with the subject matter of the programme such as nackground information, supporting material, or in finding persons to take part. 2007-04-12 en
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20.23 Production Assistant Researcher A Person who carries out research required for the making of a production. This may be research to do with the subject matter of the programme such as nackground information, supporting material, or in finding persons to take part. 2007-04-12 en
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20.24 Senior Researcher 2007-04-12 en
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20.25 Production Auditor 2007-04-12 en
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20.26 Production Secretary Fulfils traditional secretarial duties assigned to the production and provides general administrative support. 2007-04-12 en
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20.27 Production Steward 2007-04-12 en
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20.28 Production Company Organisation responsible for producing the material 2007-04-12 en
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20.29 Production Department Department of the production company, or of the commissioning broadcaster, responsible for producing the material 2007-04-12 en
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20.30 Production Unit It is composed of camera crew, lighting/electrical department, sound crew, etc. 2007-04-12 en
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20.31 Commissioning Broadcaster Original broadcaster commissioning the material. 2007-04-12 en
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20.31.1 Commissioning Channel Channel commissioning the material. 2010-04-12 en
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20.31.2 Commissioning Brand Brand commissioning the material. 2010-04-12 en
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20.32 Technical Director Television production. In a production control room, the technical director has overall responsibility for the operations. The technical director is responsible for the proper working of all the equipment in the PCR. They also matches the quality and the output of all the cameras on the studio floor through the camera control units. It is their responsibility to supervise all the other crew members working in the PCR. The technical director also coordinates the working of the whole crew and looks into any technical problem which arises before, during or after the shooting of a project 2007-04-12 en
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20.33 Script Editor / Story Editor A script editor — a position sometimes known as story editor — is a member of the production team of scripted television programmes, usually dramas and comedies. The script editor's main job is to work with the writers of the programme to ensure that the scripts are suitable for production — the script editor, unlike the writers, will usually be a full-time member of the production team, working closely with the producer 2007-04-12 en
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20.34 Resource Manager 2007-04-12 en
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20.35 Shop Lead 2007-04-12 en
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20.36 Floor Manager / Stage Manager / Foreman For television, the Floor Manager is the Director's representative on the studio floor, and is responsible for giving instruction and direction to crew, cast and guests. The Floor Manager is responsible for everything that happens on the floor and acts as liaison between the director and studio staff. 2007-04-12 en
20.36 floor manager For television, the Floor Manager is the Director's representative on the studio floor, and is responsible for giving instruction and direction to crew, cast and guests. The Floor Manager is responsible for everything that happens on the floor and acts as liaison between the director and studio staff. 2007-04-12 en
20.36 stage manager For television, the Floor Manager is the Director's representative on the studio floor, and is responsible for giving instruction and direction to crew, cast and guests. The Floor Manager is responsible for everything that happens on the floor and acts as liaison between the director and studio staff. 2007-04-12 en
20.36 foreman For television, the Floor Manager is the Director's representative on the studio floor, and is responsible for giving instruction and direction to crew, cast and guests. The Floor Manager is responsible for everything that happens on the floor and acts as liaison between the director and studio staff. 2007-04-12 en
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20.37 Assistant Floor Manager An Assistant Floor Manager is responsible for setting a stage and prompting contributors on the studio floor and ensuring that everyone knows their place in the script, freeing the Floor Manager for other duties. They often oversee a team of Runners. Increasingly, Assistant Floor Managers are being asked to assist with the design and preparation of props, as well as setting and resetting the action on the studio floor. 2007-04-12 en
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20.38 Scheduling Director Scheduling directors organize the production schedule. They prepare an efficient schedule for shooting scenes, taking into account the individual schedules of each crew and cast member and the availability of the set location. 2007-04-12 en
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20.39 Runner Runners are the most junior members of a television or film crew. The job can include holding back onlookers, getting coffee, answering phones in the production office, escorting actors to locations, acting as a stand-in while a short is worked out, or performing any other tasks helping the production in any way. 2007-04-12 en
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20.40 Location Manager The location manager assists the Director and the Production designer in finding, securing, and coordinating filming locations. Locations is often considered to be a separate department. He works with local officials to coordinate shooting schedules, and is responsible for the condition of the locations after shooting is finished. He often acts as location scout during the pre-production period 2007-04-12 en
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20.41 Assistant Location Manager 2007-04-12 en
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20.42 Location Scout Same role as location manager to find filimng locations in particular during the pre-production period 2007-04-12 en
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20.43 Third Assistant Director Person that works on set with the 1st and sometimes 2nd Assistant Director. For major productions only. 2011-10-12 en
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20.44 Format Deviser Person who devises the format of a programme, including development of the main elements of the programme, such as concept, characters, sometimes which actors, performers or crew should be involved. en
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20.45 Music Adviser Person who provides advice on the music used in a programme. en
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20.46 Stage Designer Person responsible for look of a production (e.g. set, props, costumes). Theatrical productions only. en
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20.47 Stage Director Person responsible for supervising all audience-visible components of show. Theatrical productions only. en
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20.48 Stage Lighting Director Person who is responsible for lighting the set. Theatrical productions only. en
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20.49 Stage Production Manager Person responsible overall for stage management. Theatrical productions only. en
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21 PROMOTION 2007-04-12 en
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21.1 Publicist / Advertiser / Promoter The publicist handles the publicity of a film. They promote the film by issuing press releases and overseeing advertisements 2007-04-12 en
21.1 publicist The publicist handles the publicity of a film. They promote the film by issuing press releases and overseeing advertisements 2007-04-12 en
21.1 advertiser The publicist handles the publicity of a film. They promote the film by issuing press releases and overseeing advertisements 2007-04-12 en
21.1 promoter The publicist handles the publicity of a film. They promote the film by issuing press releases and overseeing advertisements 2007-04-12 en
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21.2 Advertising Agency 2007-04-12 en
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21.3 Advertising Production Company 2007-04-12 en
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21.4 Marketing 2007-04-12 en
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22 SCRIPT DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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22.1 Treatment / Programme Proposal Person who writes the summary of the ideas covering the focus of the production, the basic story-line, often including Definition of locations, talents, key scenes and approximate times of the segments. 2007-04-12 en
22.1 treatment Person who writes the summary of the ideas covering the focus of the production, the basic story-line, often including Definition of locations, talents, key scenes and approximate times of the segments. 2007-04-12 en
22.1 programme proposal Person who writes the summary of the ideas covering the focus of the production, the basic story-line, often including Definition of locations, talents, key scenes and approximate times of the segments. 2007-04-12 en
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22.2 Author / Screenplay / Scriptwriter / Adaptor / Dramatiser A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture or broadcast drama. It can be adapted from a previous work such as a novel, play or short story, or it may be an original work in and of itself. A screenplay differs from a script in that it is more specifically targeted at the visual, narrative arts, such as film and television, whereas a script can involve a blueprint of "what happens" in a comic, an advertisement, a theatrical play and other "blueprinted" creations. 2007-04-12 en
22.2 author A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture or broadcast drama. It can be adapted from a previous work such as a novel, play or short story, or it may be an original work in and of itself. A screenplay differs from a script in that it is more specifically targeted at the visual, narrative arts, such as film and television, whereas a script can involve a blueprint of "what happens" in a comic, an advertisement, a theatrical play and other "blueprinted" creations. 2007-04-12 en
22.2 screenplay A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture or broadcast drama. It can be adapted from a previous work such as a novel, play or short story, or it may be an original work in and of itself. A screenplay differs from a script in that it is more specifically targeted at the visual, narrative arts, such as film and television, whereas a script can involve a blueprint of "what happens" in a comic, an advertisement, a theatrical play and other "blueprinted" creations. 2007-04-12 en
22.2 scriptwriter A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture or broadcast drama. It can be adapted from a previous work such as a novel, play or short story, or it may be an original work in and of itself. A screenplay differs from a script in that it is more specifically targeted at the visual, narrative arts, such as film and television, whereas a script can involve a blueprint of "what happens" in a comic, an advertisement, a theatrical play and other "blueprinted" creations. 2007-04-12 en
22.2 dramatiser A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture or broadcast drama. It can be adapted from a previous work such as a novel, play or short story, or it may be an original work in and of itself. A screenplay differs from a script in that it is more specifically targeted at the visual, narrative arts, such as film and television, whereas a script can involve a blueprint of "what happens" in a comic, an advertisement, a theatrical play and other "blueprinted" creations. 2007-04-12 en
22.2 adaptor A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture or broadcast drama. It can be adapted from a previous work such as a novel, play or short story, or it may be an original work in and of itself. A screenplay differs from a script in that it is more specifically targeted at the visual, narrative arts, such as film and television, whereas a script can involve a blueprint of "what happens" in a comic, an advertisement, a theatrical play and other "blueprinted" creations. 2007-04-12 en
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22.3 Script Supervisor / Continuity Person Also known as the "continuity person", the script supervisor keeps track of what parts of the script have been filmed and makes notes of any deviations between what was actually filmed and what appeared in the script, thereby ensuring that consistency is maintained from shot to shot. They also make continuity notes, creating a lined script. The script supervisor works very closely with the director on set 2007-04-12 en
22.3 script supervisor Also known as the "continuity person", the script supervisor keeps track of what parts of the script have been filmed and makes notes of any deviations between what was actually filmed and what appeared in the script, thereby ensuring that consistency is maintained from shot to shot. They also make continuity notes, creating a lined script. The script supervisor works very closely with the director on set 2007-04-12 en
22.3 continuity person Also known as the "continuity person", the script supervisor keeps track of what parts of the script have been filmed and makes notes of any deviations between what was actually filmed and what appeared in the script, thereby ensuring that consistency is maintained from shot to shot. They also make continuity notes, creating a lined script. The script supervisor works very closely with the director on set 2007-04-12 en
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22.4 Assistant Script Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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22.5 Playwright A playwright, also known as a dramatist, is someone who writes dramatic literature or drama. These works may be written specifically to be performed by actors 2007-04-12 en
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22.6 Storyliner Commonly working on television series, storyliners create the plot twists for a given story line, keeping in mind the past storylines for a given character or pairing, and the work with the writers to bring those new plot elements to life. 2007-04-12 en
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22.7 Idea Originator Person whose idea the proposition is based on. 2011-10-12 en
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23 SOUND DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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23.1 Sound Mixer / Mixer Takes care of all sound levels in a studio, on location and in post-production. Head of the sound department. This requires choice and deployment of microphones, choice of recording media, and mixing of audio signals in real time. 2007-04-12 en
23.1 sound mixer Takes care of all sound levels in a studio, on location and in post-production. Head of the sound department. This requires choice and deployment of microphones, choice of recording media, and mixing of audio signals in real time. 2007-04-12 en
23.1 mixer Takes care of all sound levels in a studio, on location and in post-production. Head of the sound department. This requires choice and deployment of microphones, choice of recording media, and mixing of audio signals in real time. 2007-04-12 en
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23.1.1 Sound Mixer / Head Dialogue 2007-04-12 en
23.1.1 sound mixer 2007-04-12 en
23.1.1 head dialogue 2007-04-12 en
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23.1.2 Sound Mixer / Music 2007-04-12 en
23.1.2 sound mixer 2007-04-12 en
23.1.2 music 2007-04-12 en
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23.1.3 Location Mixer A sound mixer responsible for mixing sounds recorded on location 2007-04-12 en
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23.2 Sound Supervisor Person responsible for the overall quality of the sound production 2007-04-12 en
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23.3 Audio Engineer / Sound Engineer / Audio Operator recording and reproduction of sound through mechanical and electronic means. 2007-04-12 en
23.3 audio engineer recording and reproduction of sound through mechanical and electronic means. 2007-04-12 en
23.3 sound engineer recording and reproduction of sound through mechanical and electronic means. 2007-04-12 en
23.3 audio operator recording and reproduction of sound through mechanical and electronic means. 2007-04-12 en
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23.4 Audio Assistant / Sound Assistant 2007-04-12 en
23.4 audio assistant 2007-04-12 en
23.4 sound assistant 2007-04-12 en
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23.5 First Boom Operator 2007-04-12 en
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23.6 Second Boom Operator 2007-04-12 en
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23.7 Foley Editor 2007-04-12 en
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23.8 Foley Artist A person who re-creates incidental sound effects in synchronisation with the visual component for dubbing onto film or video clips. The Foley artist also fabricates sounds that can’t be correctly recorded while filming, much like the sound editor does with digital sound effects. 2007-04-12 en
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23.9 Foley Mixer / Sound Effect Person / Soundman A sound mixer who works with a Foley Artist to create sound effects. 2007-04-12 en
23.9 foley mixer A sound mixer who works with a Foley Artist to create sound effects. 2007-04-12 en
23.9 sound effect person A sound mixer who works with a Foley Artist to create sound effects. 2007-04-12 en
23.9 soundman A sound mixer who works with a Foley Artist to create sound effects. 2007-04-12 en
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23.10 Utility Sound Technician Assistant to both the production sound mixer and the boom operator on a film set. 2007-04-12 en
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23.11 Sound Recordist / Sound Recorder A person who operates sound recording devices. The person responsible for recording the sound content of an item. This is more likely to be a role type encountered on location shoots and outside broadcasts as in a studio environment the sound equipement is pre-rigged and will be controlled by the sound mixer. 2007-04-12 en
23.11 sound recordist A person who operates sound recording devices. The person responsible for recording the sound content of an item. This is more likely to be a role type encountered on location shoots and outside broadcasts as in a studio environment the sound equipement is pre-rigged and will be controlled by the sound mixer. 2007-04-12 en
23.11 sound recorder A person who operates sound recording devices. The person responsible for recording the sound content of an item. This is more likely to be a role type encountered on location shoots and outside broadcasts as in a studio environment the sound equipement is pre-rigged and will be controlled by the sound mixer. 2007-04-12 en
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23.12 Film Sound 2007-04-12 en
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23.13 Playback Operator 2007-04-12 en
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24 STUNTS DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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24.1 Stunt Production Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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24.2 Stunt Coordinator Stages the stunts and works with the stunt players. Responsible for the safety of all involved in the filming of a stunt. 2007-04-12 en
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24.3 Stunts / Stunt Performer A person employed to perform stunts within the production. 2007-04-12 en
24.3 stunts A person employed to perform stunts within the production. 2007-04-12 en
24.3 stunt performer A person employed to perform stunts within the production. 2007-04-12 en
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24.4 Utility Stunts 2007-04-12 en
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24.5 Stunt Double A stunt performer who specifically takes the part of another actor for a stunt. Stunt doubles rarely (if ever) speak, are typically chosen to resemble the actor that they are replacing as much as possible 2007-04-12 en
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24.6 Stunt Driver 2007-04-12 en
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24.7 Stunt Pilot 2007-04-12 en
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25 TALENT 2007-04-12 en
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25.1 Key Character A character whose appearance in the production is of major importance and who is likely to be an important factor in attracting an audience. Key characters may be real or fictional, and may be animated or played by actors. Examples of Key Characters include Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Robin Hood, James Bond and Hannibal Lecter. 2007-04-12 en
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25.2 Key Talents Person performing as a leading character in a fiction programme. The presence of this person within the production is regarded as a 'selling point'. That is, the person's presence in the production is expected to be a major attraction to the audience. The classification of a person as a 'key talent' within any given production is an editorial decision and may change over time. 2007-04-12 en
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25.3 Scenarist 2007-04-12 en
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25.4 Essayist 2007-04-12 en
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25.5 Sculptor 2007-04-12 en
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25.6 Variety Artist 2007-04-12 en
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25.7 Voice Over Artist 2007-04-12 en
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25.8 Artist / Performer A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. 2007-04-12 en
25.8 artist A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. 2007-04-12 en
25.8 performer A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. 2007-04-12 en
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25.9 Actor / Actress / Histrion / Thespian / Role Player A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. It covers the actress or histrion or player or thespian or other role player 2007-04-12 en
25.9 actor A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. It covers the actress or histrion or player or thespian or other role player 2007-04-12 en
25.9 actress A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. It covers the actress or histrion or player or thespian or other role player 2007-04-12 en
25.9 histrion A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. It covers the actress or histrion or player or thespian or other role player 2007-04-12 en
25.9 thespian A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. It covers the actress or histrion or player or thespian or other role player 2007-04-12 en
25.9 role player A person who plays the role of a character. A person who principally exhibits acting skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. It covers the actress or histrion or player or thespian or other role player 2007-04-12 en
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25.10 Anchor / Moderator / Presenter A person who introduces, hosts a progarmme or who acts as the central moderator of the programme, responsible for following the programme script towards the audience. 2007-04-12 en
25.10 anchor A person who introduces, hosts a progarmme or who acts as the central moderator of the programme, responsible for following the programme script towards the audience. 2007-04-12 en
25.10 moderator A person who introduces, hosts a progarmme or who acts as the central moderator of the programme, responsible for following the programme script towards the audience. 2007-04-12 en
25.10 presenter A person who introduces, hosts a progarmme or who acts as the central moderator of the programme, responsible for following the programme script towards the audience. 2007-04-12 en
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25.11 Interviewer A person who interviews, especially one who obtains an interview with another person for the purpose of eliciting his opinions. 2007-04-12 en
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25.12 Interviewed Guest Person invited as a guest in a non fiction programme for an interview 2007-04-12 en
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25.13 Guest 2007-04-12 en
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25.14 Host 2007-04-12 en
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25.15 Narrator / Storyteller / Reader A person who tells a story 2007-04-12 en
25.15 narrator A person who tells a story 2007-04-12 en
25.15 storyteller A person who tells a story 2007-04-12 en
25.15 reader A person who tells a story 2007-04-12 en
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25.16 Speaker / Lecturer / Causeur Person who gives an informal lecture, typically on Radio. 2007-04-12 en
25.16 speaker Person who gives an informal lecture, typically on Radio. 2007-04-12 en
25.16 lecturer Person who gives an informal lecture, typically on Radio. 2007-04-12 en
25.16 causeur Person who gives an informal lecture, typically on Radio. 2007-04-12 en
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25.17 Choreographer A person who is responsible for composition and arrangement of dance for a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment. 2007-04-12 en
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25.18 Dancer A person who principally exhibits dancing skills in a musical or dramatic presentation or enternainment 2007-04-12 en
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25.19 Participant A person who occasionally performs in a non-fiction programme with an active role. 2007-04-12 en
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25.20 Panelist 2007-04-12 en
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25.21 Commentator A person who provides interpretation, analysis, or a discussioh of the subject matter on a recording, motion picture, or other audiovisual medium 2007-04-12 en
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25.22 Dubber An actor who adds new dialogue to an audio-visual work either in a different language or in place of original dialogue. 2007-04-12 en
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25.23 Dance Director 2011-10-12 en
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25.24 Question Setter Person who provides the questions for (e.g.) a panel show or quiz. 2011-10-12 en
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26 TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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26.1 Transportation Manager The person responsible for managing drivers and co-ordinating the transportation of a production's cast, crew, and equipment from the various locations and sets used for filming. 2007-04-12 en
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26.2 Transportation Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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26.3 Transportation Captain A person who drives either equipment or passenger trucks, typically between location shootings, sets, and the studio 2007-04-12 en
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26.4 Transportation Co-Captain 2007-04-12 en
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26.5 Transportation Associate Captain 2007-04-12 en
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26.6 Starwagon / Star Trailer Manager 2007-04-12 en
26.6 starwagon manager 2007-04-12 en
26.6 star trailer manager 2007-04-12 en
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26.7 Cast Driver 2007-04-12 en
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26.8 Director Driver 2007-04-12 en
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26.9 Security Captain 2007-04-12 en
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27 VISUAL EFFECT DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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27.1 Visual Effects Producer 2007-04-12 en
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27.2 Associate Visual Effects Producer 2007-04-12 en
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27.3 Visual Effects Executive Producer 2007-04-12 en
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27.4 Visual Effects Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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27.5 Visual Effects Supervisor The visual effects supervisor is in charge of the visual effects department. Visual effects refer to post-production alterations to the film's images. They are not to be confused with special effects, which are done during production (on set). 2007-04-12 en
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27.6 Associate Visual Effects Supervisor The chief of a production's visual effects crew 2007-04-12 en
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27.7 Visual Effects Production Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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27.8 Visual Effects Editor 2007-04-12 en
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27.9 Visual Effects Assistant Editor 2007-04-12 en
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27.10 Visual Effects Developer 2007-04-12 en
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27.11 Visual Effects Lead 2007-04-12 en
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27.12 Visual Effects Pre-visualisation 2007-04-12 en
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27.13 Visual Effects Artist Person responsible for the alteration of images during post-production. Note: not to be confused with special effects 2007-04-12 en
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27.14 Digital Visual Effects Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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27.15 Digital Visual Effects Artist 2007-04-12 en
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27.16 Digital Visual Effects Artist 2007-04-12 en
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28 WARDROBE DEPARTMENT 2007-04-12 en
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28.1 Costume Designer / Illustrator The Costume designer is the person whose responsibility is to design costumes for a film or stage production. The Costume Designer forms an interpretation of mood and characterisation in relation to dramatic content, artists, set and lighting. The work involves a lot of research to gain a thorough knowledge of period and etiquette. 2007-04-12 en
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28.2 Tailor 2007-04-12 en
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28.3 Cutter 2007-04-12 en
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28.4 Assistant Cutter / First Hand 2007-04-12 en
28.4 assistant cutter 2007-04-12 en
28.4 first hand 2007-04-12 en
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28.5 Stitcher 2007-04-12 en
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28.6 Costume Buyer / Costume Hirer 2007-04-12 en
28.6 costume buyer 2007-04-12 en
28.6 costume hirer 2007-04-12 en
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28.7 Wardrobe Manager Person responsible for managing the collection of clothes and/or costumes. 2007-04-12 en
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28.8 Wardrobe Assistant Person assisting the wardrobe manager 2007-04-12 en
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28.9 Wardrobe Superviser 2007-04-12 en
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28.10 Wardrobe 2007-04-12 en
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28.11 Standby Wardrobe 2007-04-12 en
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28.12 Costume Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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28.13 Set Costume Supervisor A person responsible for handling the costumes worn by actors 2007-04-12 en
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28.14 Key Set Costumer 2007-04-12 en
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28.15 Set Costumer A person who handles the costumes worn by actors. 2007-04-12 en
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28.16 Specialty Set Costumer A person who handles the costumes worn by actors. 2007-04-12 en
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28.17 Costumer A person who handles the costumes worn by actors. 2007-04-12 en
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28.18 Lead Dresser / Lead On-set Dresser Person leading dressers 2007-04-12 en
28.18 lead dresser Person leading dressers 2007-04-12 en
28.18 lead on-set dresser Person leading dressers 2007-04-12 en
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28.19 Dresser / On-set Dresser A person responsible for helping actors and actresses to put on and take off their costumes. 2007-04-12 en
28.19 dresser A person responsible for helping actors and actresses to put on and take off their costumes. 2007-04-12 en
28.19 on-set dresser A person responsible for helping actors and actresses to put on and take off their costumes. 2007-04-12 en
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28.20 Textile Artist Expert in processing textile in order to render specific effects, e.g. aging cloth. 2007-04-12 en
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28.21 Fabric Printer 2007-04-12 en
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28.22 Fabric Dyer 2007-04-12 en
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28.23 Embroidery 2007-04-12 en
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28.24 Pattern Maker 2007-04-12 en
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28.25 Milliner A person who designs, makes, or sells women's hats 2007-04-12 en
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28.26 Stylist 2007-04-12 en
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29 OTHER CREW ROLES 2007-04-12 en
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29.1 Dance Director 2007-04-12 en
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29.2 Automotive Sprayer 2007-04-12 en
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29.3 Systems Administrator 2007-04-12 en
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29.4 Systems Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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29.5 Systems Operator 2007-04-12 en
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29.6 Systems Support 2007-04-12 en
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29.7 Teleprompter Operator 2011-10-12 en
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29.8 First Aid 2011-10-12 en
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29.9 Paramedic 2011-10-12 en
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29.10 Projectionist 2007-04-12 en
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29.11 Teacher / Instructor / Tutor / Trainer 2011-10-12 en
29.11 teacher 2011-10-12 en
29.11 instructor 2011-10-12 en
29.11 tutor 2011-10-12 en
29.11 trainer 2011-10-12 en
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29.12 Fitness Trainer 2011-10-12 en
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29.13 Dialogue Coach A person who helps train an actor in diction and preparing the dialogue. 2011-10-12 en
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29.14 Dialect Coach A person who helps train an actor in diction and/or the use of dialects, so that his or her speech fits the character they are playing. 2011-10-12 en
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29.15 Acting Coach A person who helps train an actor in diction and/or the use of dialects, so that his or her speech fits the character they are playing. 2011-10-12 en
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29.16 Stand-in A member of the production team who takes the place of the actor while the director and camera operator set up the shot. 2007-04-12 en
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29.17 Special Thanks 2007-04-12 en
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29.18 Body Double 2007-04-12 en
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29.19 Union Representative 2007-04-12 en
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29.20 Fight Director A person responsible for the choreography of the fight scenes within a production. Note: not to be confused with Armourer 2007-04-12 en
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29.21 Martial Art Trainer 2007-04-12 en
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29.22 Project Director 2007-04-12 en
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29.23 Project Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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29.24 Project Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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29.25 Actor Assistant 2007-04-12 en
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29.26 Sign Language A person who interprets the dialogue of a programme as sign language and who appears somewhere on screen. 2007-04-12 en
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29.27 Translation / Translater Person responsible for translating material from one language to another. 2007-04-12 en
29.27 translation Person responsible for translating material from one language to another. 2007-04-12 en
29.27 translater Person responsible for translating material from one language to another. 2007-04-12 en
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29.28 Subtitles The person responsible for editing the sub-titles. 2007-04-12 en
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29.29 Caption Author 2007-04-12 en
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29.30 Copyright Holder 2007-04-12 en
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29.31 Copyright Agent 2007-04-12 en
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29.32 Contributor 2007-04-12 en
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29.33 Community Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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29.34 Staff Personnel who carries out an assigned production task. (Other than talent) 2007-04-12 en
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29.35 Talent Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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29.36 Talent Agent Represents actors, models and extras and tries to get them work on film, television, video or still-print projects. 2007-04-12 en
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29.37 Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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29.38 Electronic technician 2007-04-12 en
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29.39 Intern 2007-04-12 en
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29.40 Studio technician 2007-04-12 en
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29.41 Titlist 2007-04-12 en
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29.42 Staff Volunteer 2007-04-12 en
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29.43 Estimator / Bidder 2007-04-12 en
29.43 estimator 2007-04-12 en
29.43 bidder 2007-04-12 en
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29.44 Timekeeper A person who keeps track of the time elapsed in a program 2007-04-12 en
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29.45 Receptionist 2007-04-12 en
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29.46 Studio Artist Manager 2007-04-12 en
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29.47 Studio Artist 2007-04-12 en
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29.48 Vault Manager 2007-04-12 en
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29.49 Multimedia Producer 2007-04-12 en
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29.50 Interactive Developer 2007-04-12 en
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29.51 Food Stylist 2007-04-12 en
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29.52 Safety 2007-04-12 en
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29.53 Maintenance Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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29.54 Prompter 2007-04-12 en
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29.55 Unknown Participant whose role could not be defined using other categories. 2007-04-12 en
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29.56 Other 2007-04-12 en
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30 OTHER ROLES 2011-10-12 en
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30.1 Judge A person appointed to decide the winners of a contest or competition. 2011-10-12 en
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30.2 Archive Source The source of archive content or information. 2011-10-12 en
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31 STUDIO 2011-10-12 en
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31.1 Studio Manager 2011-10-12 en
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31.2 Assistant Studio Manager 2011-10-12 en
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31.3 Studio technician 2011-10-12 en
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31.4 Studio Artist Manager 2011-10-12 en
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31.5 Studio Artist 2011-10-12 en
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31.6 Prompter 2011-10-12 en
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31.7 Teleprompter Operator 2011-10-12 en
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31.8 Studio Camera Operator Camera operator or supervisor in a studio environment, where there is a need to distinguish between that and other locations. 2011-10-12 en
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31.9 Studio Director Director in a studio environment, where there is a need to distinguish between that and other locations. 2011-10-12 en
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31.10 Studio Sound Engineer Person responsible for the sound in a studio environment, where there is a need to distinguish between that and other locations. 2011-10-12 en
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32 OUTSIDE BROADCAST CREW 2011-10-12 en
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32.1 Outside Broadcast Engineering Manager Person responsible for the set-up and maintenance of outside broadcast equipment. 2011-10-12 en
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32.2 Outside Broadcast Camera Operator Operator of cameras for an outside broadcast. 2011-10-12 en
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32.3 Outside Broadcast Director Person who co-ordinates the actions of the staff during outside broadcast to deliver production vision. 2011-10-12 en
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32.4 Outside Broadcast Lighting Technician Person who is responsible for lighting on an outside broadcast. 2011-10-12 en
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32.5 Outside Broadcast Sound Engineer Person who is responsible for the sound on an outside broadcast. 2011-10-12 en
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32.6 Outside Broadcast Vision Engineer Person who is responsible for monitoring and adjusting the output of the cameras on an outside broadcast, either as a vision engineer or supervisor. 2011-10-12 en
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33 TRAINERS / COACHES 2011-10-12 en
33 trainers 2011-10-12 en
33 coaches 2011-10-12 en
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33.1 Teacher / Instructor / Tutor / Trainer 2007-04-12 en
33.1 teacher 2007-04-12 en
33.1 instructor 2007-04-12 en
33.1 tutor 2007-04-12 en
33.1 trainer 2007-04-12 en
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33.2 Fitness Trainer 2007-04-12 en
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33.3 Dialogue Coach A person who helps train an actor in diction and preparing the dialogue. 2007-04-12 en
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33.4 Dialect Coach A person who helps train an actor in diction and/or the use of dialects, so that his or her speech fits the character they are playing. 2007-04-12 en
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33.5 Acting Coach A person who helps train an actor in diction and/or the use of dialects, so that his or her speech fits the character they are playing. 2007-04-12 en
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34 TRANSLATION / DUBBING / CAPTIONING / SIGNING 2011-10-12 en
34 translation 2011-10-12 en
34 dubbing 2011-10-12 en
34 captioning 2011-10-12 en
34 signing 2011-10-12 en
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34.1 Dubbing Editor Person who selects and edits the dialogue, music and sound effects in post-production to create an initial version of the complete soundtrack. 2011-10-12 en
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34.2 Sign Language A person who interprets the dialogue of a programme as sign language and who appears somewhere on screen. 2007-04-12 en
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34.3 Translation / Translater Person responsible for translating material from one language to another. 2007-04-12 en
34.3 translation Person responsible for translating material from one language to another. 2007-04-12 en
34.3 translater Person responsible for translating material from one language to another. 2007-04-12 en
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34.4 Subtitles The person responsible for editing the sub-titles. 2007-04-12 en
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34.5 Caption Author 2007-04-12 en
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35 MEDICAL CREW 2011-10-12 en
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35.1 First Aid 2011-10-12 en
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35.2 Paramedic 2011-10-12 en
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36 SYSTEMS 2011-10-12 en
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36.1 Systems Administrator 2007-04-12 en
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36.2 Systems Engineer 2007-04-12 en
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36.3 Systems Operator 2007-04-12 en
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36.4 Systems Support 2007-04-12 en
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37 PROJECT 2011-10-12 en
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37.1 Project Director 2007-04-12 en
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37.2 Project Coordinator 2007-04-12 en
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37.3 Project Supervisor 2007-04-12 en
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38 MARTIAL ARTS / FIGHTING 2011-10-12 en
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38.1 Fight Director A person responsible for the choreography of the fight scenes within a production. Note: not to be confused with Armourer 2007-04-12 en
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38.2 Martial Art Trainer 2007-04-12 en