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Three Professions within the Film Industry
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Journalism and mass media communication encompasses various professions, all of which require a certain level of knowledge and experience to excel and possibly gain recognition. As a film enthusiast, I have chosen to delve into three professions within the industry that are neither widely known nor receive appreciation, for this assignment, I have chosen to look at gaffers, key grip and boom operators.
Film production involves three phases starting with getting the right script and identifying visuals that match it, setting up the location for production and lastly undertaking the actual production of the film. All these require people with various expertises implying that filmmaking necessitates a combined effort from experienced and skills persons. Gaffers are technical people responsible for lighting during the making of a film. Alternately referred to as lighting technicians, they must have in-depth knowledge on the various ranges of lights, subsequent equipment and techniques to be used when filming. However, their knowledge of the vision of the producers, set and requirements of the director and scriptwriters is essential as well. The gaffer must ensure that his team is not in the way when a film is being produced and all persons under him should be kept aware of changes being made to the way the lighting works (Academy of Art University). This ensures that they fit into the working of the entire production crew efficiently. ...
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