Which Film Crewman Are You?

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Which Film Crewman Are You?

Are you a talkative Director, an elaborate Sound Manager, an analytical Cameraman, the Writer for the film's scripts, or the always hard-working, always versatile Actor? Take this quiz to discover your natural place in the filming business!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Which aspect of a film fascinates you the most?
    • A. 

      The direction - working out the creator's mindset from the film always gives me a good challenge

    • B. 

      The cinematography - I like the different camera angles that help demonstrate the story/mood

    • C. 

      The acting - while sometimes appalling, performances can be turned to gold by great actors

    • D. 

      The sound - visuals often bore me, but the sound can entrance me in the film and is probably the most elaborately-edited feature

    • E. 

      The story - I love a good drama or crime, and what better than with the dialog and action to make it all pay off

  • 2. 
    What would describe your personality — as a whole?
    • A. 

      Organised - I prefer not to get ahead of myself but to keep a clear mind. Being talkative can help spread my ideas to other people.

    • B. 

      Experimental - I will often work on particular projects to achieve perfection or to have fun toying with multiple means; limitations are my greatest enemies

    • C. 

      Sporadic - I can hardly talk or think about one thing without going onto something else! There's just too many ideas!

    • D. 

      Patient - taking time with things can help me to experiment and tweak, but my focuses remain straight-forward. If something doesn't work, I can wait until it can be fixed.

    • E. 

      Rash - exploitation may have to be used if all else fails. Other than that, I will branch out, thinking carefully about new ways in which things will work and their outcomes

  • 3. 
    Look at the image below. What do you notice first after seeing it?
    • A. 

      The soldiers, and the stretcher they're attending to

    • B. 

      The helicopter overhead, and what appears to be a desert in the backround

    • C. 

      Whatever must have happened to these men for them to end up in this predicament

    • D. 

      That fact that there's no noise, with only visuals to tell what's happening. Imagination can help me to perceive the sound being created there

    • E. 

      They are fighting hard for something - going as far as to call an emergency helicopter for a fallen friend - but what for? And is the helicopter friendly?

  • 4. 
    Do you always try to see the effort put into films (even when they're really bad)?
    • A. 

      Of course! - even with classic bad CGI-filled movies, there's at still a lot of work being put into particular details such as the effects

    • B. 

      Most of the time - I do believe every film has some form of work from a lot of people in order to make it, well, a film

    • C. 

      Sometimes - I tend to focus on what's being portrayed and try not to think of any stress the film crew went into making some scenes, otherwise I'll just feel bad if it doesn't pay off

    • D. 

      Not really - I believe a lot more can be done with films, but some things are just done better than others. Apart from I don't see the effort making the film working its way onto the final peice

    • E. 

      Hell no - movies are either for fun, cheap entertainment, money, experimentation or anything else these lazy-ass imbeciles could conjure up.

  • 5. 
    You're walking down the street and you seen there has been a traffic accident, plus a camera crew and a News reporter addressing one. What do you do?
    • A. 

      Wait, then see if the news reporter interviews me on my opinion on the incident

    • B. 

      Walk on by, but check out the scene of the damage, and how it will look on the cameras which are zooming in on the wreckage

    • C. 

      Walk in the background of the reporter and start dancing, fooling around, pulling faces and calling out friends and family's names

    • D. 

      Ignore it; the drivers will probably be fine. But the police sirens sound cool, at least

    • E. 

      Walk on by/walk away but take a few pictures and notes for yourself

  • 6. 
    Which one of these seems most interesting to you?
    • A. 

      Anything you write from music to book reports to novels will forever go down in history, earning you billions

    • B. 

      A short book containing every piece of information on your favorite hobbie

    • C. 

      A HD timelapse of fifty years of evolution on earth in two minutes

    • D. 

      A personal picture and autograph from every renowned celebrity dating back to the Silent Era

    • E. 

      The actual sound of God's voice captured by NASA

  • 7. 
    What do you think creates a good character in a story?
    • A. 

      Introducing him/her in the midst of the adventure, only stopping for pit-stops to explain long segments of exposition about him/herself

    • B. 

      Have a large, serene environment in which the his/her personality is found out finds his/her destiny, and goes on an adventure of epic scale

    • C. 

      Finding out his/her personality first, finding out everything about them before their journey, then afterward have every subplot of his/hers be concluded satisfactorily

    • D. 

      He/she dies in the climax, but through characters that are left we can find more about him/her from their opinions on him/her

    • E. 

      Setting him/her up, sending him/her out on a journey, and finding out more about him/her through his/her journey

  • 8. 
    How much do you know about film — so far?
    • A. 

      A lot - I know every camera angle, genre and insight in storytelling, could probably handle a movie all on my own

    • B. 

      Quite a big - I know that cameras and settings are important, but perhaps a few tips would be nice

    • C. 

      I'm getting there - I'm more of a sucker for how the starring cast handle themselves, other than that not much

    • D. 

      Quite a bit actually, but not a lot. I know my own skills and will need to be shown the ropes

    • E. 

      I'm an expert - but perhaps I know a lot on how to craft a film and not make it; others can definitely help me

  • 9. 
    Last but not least, where do you live?
    • A. 

      Britain

    • B. 

      Japan

    • C. 

      America

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