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the rest of the world". Their main focus is the production and distribution of films, for which they have receivedmany accolades for its excellence.Iceland- This page offers information about films already shooting in Iceland, but also includes contactinformation for the Icelandic Film CommissionIndia- The National Film Development Corporation Ltd. is the central agency in India promoting quality cinema.This page offers a variety of resources for both seasoned and aspiring filmmakers, as well as researchers.
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Highlights includes a history of Indian cinema from the first talkie in 1931 to the "Golden Age" of the fifties. Alsoincluded is censorship information and a ratings scaleNew Zealand- On this website you can find information about all the feature films and short films that the NewZealand Film Commission has supported since it's inception. You can also access information about the servicesthat the Commission offers such as financing, ratings, marketing, archival resources. This web page is acelebration of all New Zealand culture through film.North Wales- The North Wales Commission assists filmmakers in locating locations for shooting and directs themto services and personnel available to assist them. North Wales has been host to production teams from the 40sto the 90s.Singapore Film Commission- In their own words, this page claims the goal of "nurturing, supporting andpromoting" Singapore talent in filmmaking, the production of Singapore films and a film industry in Singapore".In actuality, this page only offers links to films that were shot there, and contact information.
Film crewWhat does the crew do?The crew for a very small indie production might be as small as two people. The first person is the filmmaker(producer, director, cinematographer, etc.) and the other is the assistant (sound, script, continuity, gaffer, grip,etc.).If you are using anything other than available light then at least one gaffer to hold reflectors during filming isprobably necessary.Selecting a filmmaking crewOn your first attempts at making a short you will be calling on friends and other wannabe filmmakers. If you'vebeen networking you should have found a few people by now.A good source in most cities is to go to craigslist.comand place an ad for "crew" in the "gigs" section.Don't get more people than you need while realizing that some of the people who absolutely, positively promisethey will be there just don't show up at the last minute. The promise of good food on the set and beer and pizzaafter filming will do more than anything else to improve attendance.Shortly before you actually start filming have a training session where everyone gets to try the equipment and gothrough the process of filming scenes. Try to get some of the actors to show up for the training session. Youwant to foster a feeling of friendliness and teamwork as early as possible.
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