Heck no, it's an art form
It's a business
It's a type of lighting used in film
It's a type of camera
It's something you put on a light to change the color temperature.
Yes - professional film requires a great camera
No, all I need is a video camera, a good script and some actors.
It's a prop used on film set
It's a type of a microphone used to record audio while shooting a film.
Very few angles
Only Mid Shot and Wide
All the basic shots and angles
Of course, not possible without it
No, you don't
Move to a different department in film
Thank them for their feedback, consider their suggestions and next time you'll know what to do.
Ignore him, and move on
It takes 3 crew members for stability
It takes 4 crew members for stability
It takes 8 crew members for stability
China Balls are small lights that you can adjust the brightness of
China Balls are tools for your camera and tripod
China Balls are the lights that come built in to certain cameras
Steadily move the camera (while recording) from left to right
Slowly zoom in from left to right to capture action
Know what you can give before you offer
Know what you want before you ask
Surround yourself with people who inspire you
Jealousy happens - watch for it, then completely ignore it
If they don't believe in you, they might not believe in anyone
If you have to talk anyone into joining a film, don't
Giving straight rejection is the kosher way
If you're not good at pretending, get a producer who is
All of the above are great and useful suggestions!
Just break down what you think is important
Break down whatever your role is
Ask the director of the film which section you should break down
Break down certain props and set dressing that only you'll be using/wearing
Break down what I’ll need to buy, rent, build, or create. How to estimate how much it will COST, scene by scene to decorate and get props.