The Crew: Episode 1.1 - Costume Department
8 minutes / All ages / 2010 / United States of America / Average:
Costume Department: among other topics includes, costume designer, assistant costume designer, and set costumer.
"The Crew" unravels the mystery and explores the various technical positions that form a film production unit. "The Crew", covering 18 different departments from Grips to Costumes, Lighting to Make-up, vividly presents the jobs and lives of film production workers.
The Costume Department is in charge of outfitting all performers and extras (background performers) seen on camera.
Positions discussed in this episode:
Costume Designer: Designs, creates, acquires and supervises the construction and fitting of all costumes and wardrobe. Works in consultation with the production designer and the director.
Assistant Costume Designer: Assists the costume designer as required. Is often responsible for the sourcing, purchasing and renting of wardrobe elements.
Set Costumer: On-set person responsible for all wardrobe requirements on set. Ensures continuity for matching action and does wardrobe repairs as needed
CrewAssistant Sound Mixer: Wendy Czajkowsky
Sound Mixer: Randy Kiss
Sound Editor: Aaron Bernakevitch
Assistant Editor: Dana Jurcic
Cameraman: Nick Campbell
Production Manager: Step Carruthers
Sound: Clancy Dennehy
Editor: Michael Rouse
Editor: Lorie Olson
Editor: Kevin Willis
Editor: Aaron Bernakevitch
Editor: Shawn Chappelle
Publicist: Minty Thompson
Press Kit: Caroline Coutts
Transcriptions: Rita Adams
Closed Captioning: Line 21 Media Services