|Title||Assistant Movie Directors|
|Categories||Directors and Assistant Directors|
Assistant film directors assistant the Director in the overall production of a film. Responsibilities may include interpretation of the script, casting, camera angles, sound mixing, and editing. Recent applicants of film directing and filming programs generally move to where the majority of the work in film directing and filmmaking is located, names London, Continental Europe, New York or Los Angeles.
Assistant film directing is closely related to screenwriting and cinematography. Alternatives to formal education in filmmaking include related vocational and apprenticeship programs. Aspiring film directors may also take advantage of hands-on learning opportunities provided by professional film directing and filming associations that include on-set experience.
Assistant film directors should know how to be diplomatic so that they can deal with cast, crew, studio staff, and executives effectively. They typically seek out opportunities where they can use their creative and visionary skills to transform a written script into a filmed motion picture. Film directors also need solid technical and business skills like camera operation, budgeting, and organizational skills.