These are people who are eminent in many areas of the industry and therefore cannot be listed in any single category.
The liaison between the director and line producer.
The 1st AD is in charge of organising the filming schedule and making sure that the crew cast and equipment needed on set are there - in the right place at the right time.
Maintains order on set and is totally responsible for all forms of organisation on set
In TV documentaries it is often the case that the Producer is also the Director, and the two roles are merged.
However the director's main area of responsibility is the overall creative vision of the piece – ie the look, style, tone and feel – while the producer's remit is to oversee the editorial content and the logistics of making the programme from start to finish, motivating and guiding the team throughout.
The producer oversees the identification of key contributors, locations, presenters and the team, as well as the budget, the schedule, any legal issues, and marketing the programme.
The following professionals are available to provide CineMasters classes. For a list of credits, courtesy of IMDb, please click on the link.
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| ||Sir Sydney Samuelson||First British Film Commissioner - biographical interview||IMDb Credits|
|Jonathan Eckersely||Lewis, Lost in Austen, The History of Mr Polly||IMDb Credits|
|Gary White||Rumpole's Return, Bliss, The Dwarves||IMDb Credits|
|Sue Brody||Down the Line, Country Lives, Inside Out,|