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Sets, materials and personnel needed to shoot a movie or a television program.
Room where the actors change their costumes.
private dressing room
Room set aside to allow an actor to prepare or rest.
Clothing worn by an actor to play a given role.
Person who oversees all of the visual elements: sets, costumes, property, makeup, hair styles, among others.
Person in charge of designing and building sets.
second assistant camera operator
Person in charge of loading and unloading the camera’s film magazines.
Screen used to diffuse light from the spotlights to create the desired image.
Person responsible for the shooting materials and for managing the grip team.
director’s control monitors
Display screen for checking the quality of the film frame.
Chairs used by the actors between scene shootings.
Apparatus that projects concentrated high-intensity light beams.
Person in charge of applying makeup to the actors to improve or alter their appearance.
Person who helps the actors change into costume and is responsible for maintaining and storing costumes.
Person in charge of the actors’ hair styles.
Professional artist performing a role.
Female actor performing a role.
Person in charge of the financing and administration of a film or television program.
assistant property man
Person who assists the property man to research and maintain property.
Director’s main assistant, in charge of preparing the shoot and ensuring that everything is done in accordance with the director’s instructions.
Grid used to hold the spotlights.
Collective term for the elements that reproduce the setting where the action takes place.
sound recording equipment
Instrument that captures sound and records it on film.
Chair reserved for the director.
Person responsible for lighting and for managing the team of electricians.
Person in charge of installing lighting equipment.
Person who takes photographs during the shooting; these may be used for reference purposes from one shot to the next or as promotional material.
Person who handles the boom, installs the stationary microphones and supplies the sound film.
Person responsible for capturing and recording sound and for managing the team of boom operators.
Person who records all the technical and artistic details during shooting to ensure continuity.
Person in charge of the technical and artistic direction while a movie or a television program is being shot.
Person responsible for locating and maintaining property.
Person in charge of arranging set elements.
director of photography
Person responsible for the technical and artistic quality of the image.