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  1. Note: N indicates an endnote

  1. actors: blocking 367; casting 25, 102, 103, 179, 1934, 240, 245; character 29; child 140; comedic 47, 49, 2514; film festival networking 60; freelance directors working with regulars in a television series 92; improvisation by 47, 1934; production schedules and 36; rehearsals 367, 37, 47, 49, 249, 252; the relationship of the cinematographer to the 37, 190; the relationship of the director to the 368, 49, 140, 190, 196, 239, 245, 2489; the relationship of the producers to the 26; the relationship of the production manager to the 36; the relationship of the television director to the actors 99, 101, 103, 2515; the relationship the of script supervisor to the 24, 25; the responses of to live ...

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