One of three underlying sections found in most screenplays.
A legal document that gives you the right to photograph/record your actors and exhibit the footage as you see fit.
Assistant Director. A person who helps the director in the making of a movie.
Automatic Dialogue Replacement. The re-recording of dialogue after shooting.
The adversary or person opposed to the protagonist.
Calling back actors who have successfully passed the first round of auditions.
The change or evolution a character experiences over the course of a story.
Consistency of actors’ movements, lighting, sound, etc. between shots intended to match.
The number of camera setups (and corresponding ...