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How to read (and write) a call sheet

Call sheets are essential for filmmaking. It is basically a piece of paper (nowadays piece of PDF) that says what, where and when are you shooting given day. No reason to make this complicated and long, let’s dive into it right now. Header In the header you can see the title, the production, day out…

Great (and not so great) tools for communication, volume I

There are several tools you can use for communication within the film crew on the project, and there are also those that are not so recommended. Let’s get through them. Phone call Nothing works better than phone calls in production. Especially when you’re on tight schedule. The production department is known to be on call…

5 small tips to enhance your productivity

Some might believe that being productive means working in long periods and that there is one simple fucking change that can make you productive. Ain’t like that, trust me. So instead of crying about it, let’s start with small changes you can implement and it’ll help you with the productivity. You will do more, faster…

3 principles for a successful collaboration

September is an amazing month for all first-year students. They come to their new schools, make new friendships, they start writing a new chapter in their life. This year I had the chance to witness that. And in our school (or any school that teaches team-oriented profession) – Film and Television Faculty of Performing Arts…