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Using your experiences on previous productions, and with reference to films and TV programs that you have prior knowledge of, look into at least 5 different roles within the TV and Film industry. One of these should be in an area that you would eventually like to end up working in. Find definitions and examples of management roles; creative jobs; editorial positions; technical roles; research jobs; financial roles; organisational jobs; and administrative jobs. Create a PowerPoint presentation about these roles and upload to your blog. By Hugo Beanland
Management Roles To be an effective manager you have to make good use of your resources. The managerial aspect of media can come in several forms, such as the production manager. The manager often overlooks the whole production, however they do not have any power as to what happens on set. That role is given to the directors and producers. Different Job Roles: Location, Catering, Accounts, Transport, Health and Safety.
Creative Jobs Having a creative job means that you would help to set the scene, making the production seem more accurate and realistic for the audience. They also help to portray the genre for the production, using the codes and conventions. This would include, props, costume, make-up and the set. Different Job Roles: Script Casting, Music, Producer, Performing, Construction, Hair and Make-up, Camera, Camera Operator, Props, prop maker, Costume, Costumer Designer. Lighting, grapher, moving light operator,
Editorial Positions Editing is the process during post-production where all of the visual, and audio elements are compiled from the production and are put into a flowing sequence, this is what we see on our screens. Making the production available on a verity of different media platforms, e.g. Cinema, TV, online streaming, DVD, etc. Different Job Roles Editor, Title Designer, Assistant Editor, Second Assistant Editor, Post Production Supervisor, Editing and Post Production Overview.
Technical Roles A technical job is where you would have to manage everything to do with lighting, sound and camera, making sure that they aren't going to be obstructed and that they wont stop working. Different Job Roles Camera, Technology, Lighting Department, Studio and Broadcast – TV, Post Production Sound: Post Production Sound Mixer, Boom Operator.
Research Jobs The basic use for the research team is, discovering, interpreting and developing the methods and system of the advancement of knowledge. They must source out any information that they can get surround the subject of the production, this is to make it more accurate. For example; for war time productions they would need to find fact for specific battles and wars, and what happened in them. Different Job Roles Music, Casting, Location, Transport.
Financial Roles The financial roles just cover the funds of the production of company. The general areas of finance are; business finance, personal, and public finance. Finance includes saving money and often lending money. The field of finance deals with the concepts of time, money, risk and how they are interrelated. It also deals with how money is spend and/ or budgeted. Different Job Roles: Distribution, Sales Agent Publicity/ Skills, Unit Publicist. Accounts, Production account, assistant accounting. Media sales is the job role that I would most like to be in.
Organisational Jobs Organisational jobs require individuals who have the ability to manage people, objects or different projects, making sure that everything runs smoothly. They also have to make sure that the deadline is met. They are in charge of the positioning of items or people and making sure everyone has a job on set or off set. Different Job Roles: Catering, Publicity Skills, Location, Unit Manager, Transport, Transport Manager.
Administrative Jobs Administration consists of the performance or management of business and making/ implementing major decisions. Administration can be defined as process of organising people and resources effectively within the film production and the different departments. This helps them achieve the goals and objectives that have been set in the brief for the production. Different Job Roles: Casting, Accounts, Locations, Health and Safety, Paperwork within and around the company.