Film Terms Glossary/Vocabulary
Filmmakers use a very complex, and often confusing, vocabulary of film terms. Knowing how to communicate with your cast and crew is made easier by knowing the right film terms to use. These film industry terms and definitions should help keep the confusion at a minimum while you're working on the film set. If someone asks about a Dolly, you won't have to admit that you've "never met her" Click here
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Just as there are many helpful, reputable talent agents, there are also a great number of fine film schools. But there are some whose only purpose is to take your hard-earned money. When considering a school or teacher, watch for the same warning signals that apply to talent agents and photographers. Like the phony agent, a school or teacher may ask for an exorbitant registration fee and demand that you have photographs taken by their photographer. Click here