Who’s Who on the Set: Below-The-Line (Part 3)
Jobs description in the Art, VFX, Location and Sound Department.
The guide “Who’s Who on Set: Below-the-line (Part 3)” focuses on all the talented crew members involved in the Art, Sound, Location and VFX departments.
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Creating expectations or dread and constantly navigating from hope to fear allows a viewer to experience a wide range of emotions. While there are some subjects more interesting than others, characters more intriguing than others – although it’s a matter of taste and personal interest – what makes a story a great one to read, to watch, comes from the way the story unfolds, the way the plot and characters are revealed to us, the audience.
How to create your plot without revealing too much but enough to constantly hook your audience is the heart of storytelling. And your skill as a screenwriter is to combine and deliver all these narrative elements, to make an engaging story for your audience.
Whether you are stuck on developing your plot or need to refer to storytelling characteristics as a guideline, this storytelling guide will examine all the narrative elements that you should use to transform your story into one that is captivating to tell.
By the end of this guide you will be able to:
- Discover important on-set jobs in Art, Sound, Location and VFX departments
- Consider the best education path to a job in the Art Department
- Learn the best attributes for becoming a successful VFX artist
- Identify ways to consistent employment as an Editor
Jobs description in this title:
- Production Designer
- Art Director
- Costume Designer
- Property Master
- Make-up Artist
- Visual Effects Supervisor
- VFX / Software Graphic Designer
- Film Editor
- Location Manager
- Location Scout
- Production Sound Mixer
- Boom Operator
- Sound PA
Author: Michael Barmish
Release Date: April 20, 2020
Download Format: PDF (Watermark)