So You Want To Be A Film Or TV Director?
So You Want to Be a Film or TV Director? (Careers in Film And Television)
So You Want To Be A Film Or TV Director?
Amy Dunkleberger
Takes a look at the art of directing and discusses how directors have influence over the entire creative process.

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  • Educational

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Supposedly everybody wants to be a director, but what would they be getting themselves into? First, directors have to use the film script to figure out the key points to start filming. They figure out the genre, what it is about, how to shoot it, which angles to shoot from, lighting, and so on. Then, they need to start filming the movie or television show. Sometimes the director needs to talk to the actors about the characters they are portraying. Still yet, the director needs to be there in the editing process. Overall, the director does a little bit of everything.

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