Individuals play an assistive/ supportive role across the production department and undertake with wide a range of activities. This may include logistics, co-ordination, preparing documents and checking that equipment and materials are in place. All the activities outlined below must be read in context of an “assistive” rather than “leading” role.
Individuals in this job need to mark-up the script for set props requirements. They need to procure these items, store them safely during the shoot and ensure continuity.
Individuals at this job are responsible for creating and applying prosthetics for artists
Individuals at this job need to convert three-dimensional geometric models into a set of viewable images
Individuals at this job are responsible for creating computer generated controls/rigs for movements in models used for animation under close supervision
Individuals at this job need to break content down into individual frames/elements and alter/re-create content in accordance to requirements
Individuals at this job are responsible for back-end sales activities
Individuals at this job are responsible for leading the sales efforts of a media and entertainment company
Individuals at this job are responsible to close sales transactions with new and existing clients
Individuals at this job are responsible to lead sales activities within the designated area of responsibility
Individuals at this job read and assess the script for the merit of the story, its dramarurgy and overall competence and offer feedback and notes for improvement to make the script production worthy.
Individuals at this job need to provide research material to the scriptwriter and carry out research/ develop story outlines to identify possible scripts/ stories
Individuals at this job need to write full length scripts that are production-ready. Note: In the Indian film industry, the script is often constructed as a sum of 3 elements: Story, Screenplay and Dialogue and 3 different individuals usually write these. However, ideally the entire script should be written by 1 writer (or at least the screenplay and dialogue)