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Roles within Pre-production, Production and Post Production

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sharmila aktar

on 8 February 2016

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Roles within Pre-production, Production and Post Production
Post-production
This is the work done on a film after the filming has taken place e.g. the sound is edited, music tracks and songs are composed, sound effects are designed. It is the third and final major phase of the production process.
The production process refers to the stages (phases) required to complete a film.
Production
The raw elements for the film are recorded during the film shoot. More crew will be recruited at this stage. A typical day's shooting begins with the crew arriving on the set/location by their call time. Actors usually have their own separate call times. Since set construction, dressing and lighting can take many hours or even days, they are often set up in advance.
Pre-production
Conclusion
This is where preparations are made for the production of the film. The production company is created and a production office established. The film is pre-visualized by the director, and may be storyboarded with the help of illustrators and concept artists. A production budget is drawn up to plan expenditures for the film. The producer hires a crew who carefully design and plan the film.
Storyboard artist:
Creates visual images for the director to see.
Director:
Responsible for the storytelling, creative decisions and acting of the film.
Assistant director (AD):
Manages the shooting schedule and logistics of the production.
Script Editor:
Makes changes to the script and shows it to the director
Unit production manager:
Manages the production budget and production schedule.
Location manager:
Finds and manages film locations.
Production designer:
Creates the visual conception of the film
Art director:
Manages the art department
Costume designer:
Creates the clothing for the characters
Casting director:
Finds actors to fill the parts in the script.
Choreographer:
Creates and coordinates the movement and dance
Sound designer:
Creates the aural conception of the film
Composer:
Creates new music for the film.
Production sound mixer:
The head of the sound department who record and mix the audio on set.
Executive Producer
Line Producer
Production Manager
Production Coordinator
Assistant Director
Property master
Script supervisor
Assistant directors
Stills photographer
Picture editor
Sound editors
The clapper
Film editor
Colorist
Sound Designer
Composer
Foley Artist
Roto/Paint Artist
Dialogue Editor
Sound Editor
Music Supervisor
Colourist
Visual FX Supervisor
I have learnt that each role in pre-production, production and post-production has an extremely important input to the overall production of a film.
Some of the roles in Pre-production are:
Some of the roles in Production include:
Some of the roles in Post Production include:
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