Here are closing thoughts on this training series about working on a film set. Working on a film set is hard work, and it is important that the cast and crew remain professional for the sake of the film production, but also for safety. Film sets in various locales might vary slightly, but the basics of this film workflow is standard throughout the world.
- Well everybody,…this is the end of our training series…about working on a film set.…Thank you so much for watching this training…and sharing this journey with us.…Of course we can't cover everything…about working on set…and they do things differently…in different parts of the world.…But what we've covered here…are the almost universal basics…on film sets throughout the world.…And a lot of these concepts…have been the same for decades.…Film sets have a lot less stringent rules…and oversight than standard workplaces.…So it's extra important to be professional…and follow these guidelines.…
I also recommend that you get a little experience…with each crew position on a set.…Even if you just have to volunteer…for a weekend on a student film.…Even if you just want to be a director,…understanding what it feels like…to have focus like a Scripts Supervisor…or understanding what it feels like…to be at the bottom of the ladder…and be everyone's servant as the PA,…understand the craft of lighting and camera work…or what it feels like as an actor to have…
Find the rest of the courses in the series—on everything from script writing to directing—on Chad's author page.
- Understanding the role of different crew members
- Sending out call sheets
- Using a slate
- Keeping continuity with a script supervisor and production photographer
- Keeping the crew fed, happy, and safe
- Rescheduling shoots
- Dealing with wardrobe for a large cast
- Using special effects makeup
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Creating a Short Film: 05 Directingwith Chad Perkins2h 27m Appropriate for all
Creating a Short Film: 03 Pre-Productionwith Chad Perkins2h 13m Appropriate for all
Video Foundations: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Appropriate for all
"The Assurance"7m 43s
1. Common Crew Members
2. Film Production Basics
4. Keeping the Crew Happy
5. Our Big Resets
6. Working with Props
7. Preparing to Shoot
8. Special Effects Makeup
Final thoughts1m 33s
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