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The Complete Film Production Handbook, 4th Edition by Eve Light Honthaner

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Chapter 29

Wrap

 

INTRODUCTION

This chapter wouldn’t have changed much from the previous edition if I hadn’t experienced the other side of the fence last year. Your perspective certainly changes when instead of being the one to wrap a show — you’re the one digging through someone else’s wrap book, boxed assets and files trying to locate items needed for reshoots, promotional purposes, post production or archives — or when you’re the one trying to find an elusive contract or piece of artwork from a show after everyone who worked on that show has long gone. It totally amazed me that there were boxes in storage that weren’t labeled with the title of the show on them, let alone numbered. I had trouble grasping the reality of how incomplete some of ...

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