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  • So You Want to Be a Film Director…

    If you want to be a director, you need to know how to make movies. And I mean you need to know everything you can about what goes into making one.
    Directors carry the vision of the entire project from beginning to end. They need to know what every crew position entails, how to communicate clearly with their actors, rely on their AD and DP, and set the tone on set by having a positive attitude even when they’re exhausted.
    The CrewEven if you’ve never been a sound mixer, boom op, camera op, gaffer, etc, if you want to be a great director, it’s good to at least have an awareness of what these jobs entail. It will give you a better understanding of the dynamics on set and help you plan with your AD how much time you can spend on each setup and scene.
    Even more than that, it helps to make your crew feel valued individually.
    How many times have you seen a cast and crew talk about why a director is awesome in behind the scenes footage? It’s because the director has seen what they’re doing and taken time to acknowledge it. Whether it’s a quick inside joke about a specific piece of equipment or a thumbs up when you see how hard they’re working, acknowledge it and you’ll

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