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What Does a Set Buyer Do in Film

What Does a Set Buyer Do in Film?

What Does a Set Buyer Do in Film? A film production includes a lot of working parts, and people that come together to produce the elaborate sets, and scenes, that we have come to know and love. The production of a movie actually requires a mix of professionals that work to define the scenes that […]

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What to Wear for a Film Set with Rain

What to Wear for a Film Set with Rain

What to Wear for a Film Set with Rain Filmmakers often face the elements when working film sets and this means there’s a constant need to know what to wear. In fact, figuring out what to wear on a film set with rain in the forecast can be challenging, even for a filmmaker that’s got […]

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Can a Film Set Legally Prevent Pedestrian Traffic

Can a Film Set Legally Prevent Pedestrian Traffic?

Can a Film Set Legally Prevent Pedestrian Traffic? Filmmaking rules and laws on pedestrian traffic certainly vary from state to state, as well as from city to city. Film production frequently interferes with pedestrian traffic, but can a film set legally prevent pedestrian traffic from crossing the road? This is a common question that comes […]

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What Happens to Movie Sets After Filming

What Happens to Movie Sets After Filming?

What Happens to Movie Sets After Filming? Most film sets come together in a relatively minimal amount of time, generally in the backlot somewhere. When the film production is well under way, additional props and other materials are brought into the set and various steps are taken to ensure all props and miscellaneous items are […]

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How to Talk on a Walkie on a Film Set

How to Talk on a Walkie on a Film Set

How to Talk on a Walkie on a Film Set Someone’s keying. Strike that. 86. I’m flying in gaffer tape. Lock it up. These are just a few of many terms that are frequently used on the film set when operating a walkie talkie. In fact, walkie talkie lingo is incredibly important on the set, and […]

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What is the Red Herring in Film

What is the Red Herring in Film?

What is the Red Herring in Film? The red herring is a film term that is frequently used to describe a diversion of attention from the truth. Used in common literature as well as in cinema, the red herring represents a film term that is sometimes brought up as a distraction to the audience, but […]

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How to Write a Script for a Video

How to Write a Script for a Video

How to Write a Script for a Video Writing a video script is an important task that many aspiring filmmakers will attempt several times over before they get it just right. In fact, knowing how to write a script for a video is something that almost any filmmaker will learn over time and with a […]

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How to Write a Script for a Movie

How to Write a Script for a Movie

How to Write a Script for a Movie Learning how to write a script for a movie is a big task that almost any aspiring filmmaker will approach at some point in their career. The process is so important, and yet so challenging, that many filmmakers will start, and stop, several times over before they […]

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What is the Difference Between a Literary Agent and a Screenwriting Agent

What is the Difference Between a Literary Agent and a Screenwriting Agent?

What is the Difference Between a Literary Agent and a Screenwriting Agent? If you’re writing a screenplay and interested in selling it, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll be looking for an agent to represent you and your work. Unfortunately, it’s equally possible that you’ve heard mixed statements about whether you’ll need a literary […]

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