Production Job - Taylor Ushery
- DGA Award
- Academy Award for Best Director
- Young Director Awards
Known for directing Sherlock Holmes& Best Motion Picture Screenplay
Known for Nightmare on Elm Street& Friday the 13th.
one of the biggest film makers of Hollywood industry because during the last few years almost all of his movies have been ranked number one at the box office making him earn more money than any director in Hollywood.
- programming and budgeting;
- working with writers through workshops or script development schemes;
- adapting a script and, if the play is newly written, working with the writer or collaborating with playwrights;
- breaking down a script, analysing and exploring the content and conducting relevant research;
- translating and interpreting a script or musical score;
- holding auditions for productions, selecting and hiring designers, musicians, etc.;
- managing time and organising people and space;
- attending production meetings with set designers;
- organising rehearsals;
- communicating and liaising with all parties involved, including actors, the creative team, the production team and producers;
- attending preview performances and preparing detailed notes for the cast and creative and production teams;
- helping to publicise the production by giving interviews and leading discussions.
- Actors - the face of the movie
- Producers - getting the movie out
- Stage hands - what goes where and when
- Lighting - how he want scenes lit
- Sounds - when he wants effects, etc
- Set designer- how he wants scenes to look
- Costume designer - how he want actors dressed
Guy Ritchie, Micheal Bay and Tyler Perry are oustanding directors. They direct most of the movies we see today. A director’s main duties include casting, editing scripts and composing, selecting and editing shots. Directors must also be aware of the of budget and schedule. Directors are responsible for the artistic and commercial success or failure of a film or television show.
Since there is so much responsibility involved with the job of being a director, it requires the ability to know when and what to delegate to others. Many times that’s where the assistant director comes in. All directors need actors, producers, stage hands, lighting, sound, set designer and costume designer. They all add to the final product of the production. I would enjoy being a director because I love taking the lead!