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The production film team is responsible for getting and organizing film teams and resources together to accomplish the production goal. The production film team is usually not considered to be a film team as such, but rather as a collection of functional units and includes the producers and executive producers of the film and workers of the production office, such as the production manager, the production coordinator, and their assistants, the different assistant directors, the accounting staff, and often the manager of the locations and their assistants.
A PRODUCER oversees the film’s production and organizing teams of people to help complete tasks such as casting and crew recruiting. Depending on the size of a production, there may be several different producers on a film who may take a role in the development, financing, or production.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER plays a financial or creative role in ensuring that the project goes into production.
THE LINE PRODUCER is accountable for managing the production budget. The title is related to the concept that they’re the one that is “on the line” regularly, and accountable for lining up the resources required.
THE PRODUCTION MANAGER supervises the physical aspects of the production (not the artistic aspects) together with personnel, technology, budget, and scheduling. It’s the production manager’s responsibility to make certain the filming stays on schedule and within its budget. The PM conjointly helps manage the day-after-day budget by managing operational prices like salaries, production prices, and everyday instrumentation rental prices. The PM typically works under the oversight of a line producer and directly supervises the production coordinator.
THE ASSISTANT PRODUCTION manager is that the assistant to the production manager.
THE PRODUCTION COORDINATOR is accountable for organizing and hiring crew, dealt with equipment, and booking talent. The production coordinator manages production assistants.
PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS, spoken as PAs, assist within the production workplace or in varied film teams with general tasks, like aiding the primary assistant director with set operations.
THE UNIT MANAGER fulfills a similar role as the production manager except for secondary “unit” shooting. In some purposeful structures, the unit manager subsumes the role of the transport coordinator.
PRODUCTION ACCOUNTANTS manage the money and make sure the production comes in on budget and everybody gets paid. Production accountants are typically assisted by assistant accountants, generally referred to as clerks, responsible for assets, accounts collectible, and payroll.
SOCIAL PUBLICIST liaises between film production and the media. They produce press releases, unitedly with the producers, and work with the unit still photographer.
ENTERTAINMENT LAWYERS hash out contracts, clear licensing rights for any property employed in the film, get tax credits from local governments, and take care of immigration work once forged or crew cross international borders to shoot on location.