What are the 24 crafts in film industry?

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1. Screenwriting

Screenwriting has been used since 1891 for writing and editing film, from the beginnings at Universal Hollywood. The job of a screenwriter is to write the story and get it to the screen. It’s also the job of an editor to check out the story and make changes if necessary.

2. Cinematography

Cinematography is one of the most important creative disciplines and one that not everyone has been allowed to learn. A cameraman (cameraman) directs the audience. They create and compose the image. The camera takes the shot or a sequence, which is made up of a series of still images and transitions between pictures created by the camera.

3. Film Editing

Film editors are professional film composers. Editing is the art of combining pictures together as well as finding the best balance. A good editor may have more than one style of editing but in general, they are good at combining both.


4. Art Direction

Art Direction is a job in the film industry, and it refers to the visual design of the work in the film. An example of the art direction could be the lighting setup, or the set, or the location.

5. Casting

Casting is the job of someone who can go into a movie and bring people together. The person cast is tasked with being the point of contact between the actor and the director; they have to be professional but also flexible to help in any way possible.

6. Production Design

Production Design is a very important job in film. It involves the planning of scenes and locations to keep them realistic. The people that work on the production design process spend weeks working on details such as costumes and sets.

7. Cinematography

The camera on the film is used for image composition. The camera uses a digital camera to capture and combine the images together with an optical zoom lens on the lens. If there are a lot of objects in a scene, it’s not always possible to keep them in focus. A camera is also used to capture the moment of shot.

8. Dialogue

The dialogue process may help the actor or the audience in any way, it also has all the elements of the story or emotion the character has. So, it’s often a very important part of the film, but you are not required to use it all.

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