Director of Photography
1st Assistant Director
Honeywagon (Porta-potty) Delivery Person
A wardrobe designer's presentation board.
A board used to outline shots and setups.
A board used to organize shooting days and locations.
A means of advertisement.
An illuminated board used to hang strips of film used in editing on a flatbed.
A method of broadcasting television.
A manner of projecting film onto a screen.
A process of developing film.
A process of transferring film onto a digital or video medium.
Exhibition of a motion picture on television.
The key grip
The wardrobe designer
The sound mixer
All of the above
Not at all important, trust is much more important.
Somewhat important, but an oral agreement is just as good.
Depends on the situation, a contract is good to have with strangers but friends don't need to sign anything.
Pretty important, anyone that has not worked with me on other projects in the past should sign them.
Unequivocally important, anyone and everyone that works on a film should sign a written contract.
A film that is self-distributed by the filmmakers with no distributing companies involved.
A film that is produced to be exhibited exclusively at film festivals.
A film that is produced outside of the major film production studios.
A film made by a first time director.
A film made for under $100k.
The life of the author plus 50 years
The life of the author plus 70 years
The life of the author plus 90 years
A contingency is a sum of money set aside in case the film goes over budget.
A contingency is a deposit used to secure a location or similar reservations in pre-production.
A contingency is a budget breakdown's reference to salaries maintained by payroll.
A contingency is the amount of money spent on copyright material.
A contingency is not located in the film's budget.
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A pint of ice cream
A magic 8 ball
A lucky rabbit foot