theres way to many jobs to list them all, but i'll try!
Art Director – Designs and oversees the construction of the sets.
Assistant Director / First Assistant Director – Helps the director by planning the filming timeline and managing the set, the extras and more.
Associate Producer – Assists the producer and communicates with both the production and postproduction crew.
Best Boy – The primary assistant to either the gaffer or the key grip.
Boom Operator – Holds the microphone boom near the action to capture the dialog.
Camera Operator – Follows the action with the camera, according to instructions from the director and cinematographer.
Cinematographer / Director of Photography – Carries out the director's vision for the look of a film. The cinematographer also plans and supervises others to achieve the right camera shots, lighting, set design, etc.
Director – Directs all creative elements of a film, from helping hire actors to choosing locations, and makes sure that his/her vision is successfully communicated to the crew.
Dolly Grip – Sets up the dolly track and operates the dolly, allowing the camera and camera crew to move smoothly as they capture the action.
Editor – Works with the director to produce the final cut of a film that both flows well and captures the director's vision for the project.
Foley Artist – Creates sound effects that can't be captured during filming.
Gaffer – Sets up the lighting on set.
Key Grip – The head grip in charge of setting up equipment to enable the camera crew to capture the right shots. This can involve setting up and operating cranes, dollies and platforms.
Line Producer – Handles the budget for a film project.
Location Manager – Scouts locations and obtains permits for filming in those locations.
Negative Cutter – Cuts the actual negative of the film as directed by the editor, director and others.
Postproduction Supervisor – Coordinates the processes and workers involved in finishing the movie after filming has wrapped.
Producer – Runs the business end of a film project, from finding a script to hiring to finances.
Production Assistant – Handles a variety of small tasks necessary for daily operations on the set.
Production Manager – Manages the many business aspects of a production, from getting the right equipment to arranging housing for the cast and crew.
Production Sound Mixer – Records sounds and blends in musical selections to create the final soundtrack for the film.
Set Designer – Responsible for executing the construction of the set according to the art director's instructions.
theres also alot of assistant jobs for these and some other ones not mentioned
· 1 decade ago