Direct the artistic and production aspects of film, television, radio and stage productions.
Film, television, radio and stage directors coordinate and manage production activities and provide direction during the production of film, television, radio and stage shows. They have input into scripts, provide creative leadership for all performers, musicians and technical crews, and are responsible for the overall product.
Work is in offices, studios, theatres and outdoors on location. Irregular and long hours, as well as domestic and international travel can be anticipated.
Suits creative people with strengths in visual storytelling and the ability to enhance the viewer experience though creative application of camera placement, screen action, sound, music, light and colour. Knowledge of the technical aspects of production including lighting, filming, editing and music production is required.
Formal qualifications are not required, however a course in screen and media, graphics, art, design, radio or stage production will be highly regarded.
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Membership with the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance may be useful.
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