A great lawyer for your accident claim in Monmouthshire.
If you are a keen film buff you might have thoughts of becoming an actor yourself. There are lots of other jobs in film as well as the actors of course. You might want to be a director, camera man, editor or costume designer.
You can also specialize in working on the sound, special effects, model making or scriptwriting. Putting a film together is exciting. From writing the script at the planning stages, to casting the people who are going to be in it, practicing dialogue, creating scenery, finding locations and finally filming then editing the work, it’s a big job.
After the film has been edited it needs to be put together with the sound, special effects and the title sequences. Next comes distribution and if you’re lucky you’ll get to be sitting in a cinema with some popcorn enjoying the show!
How many people will be in the crew depends on how big your budget is. Some films have lots of people working on them and some have just a few who take on several jobs, for example the director may also be the editor, etc.
Be Safe, not Sorry!
If you ever work on a film set, it should all be very safe for everyone and, though getting a take right can be stressful, it shouldn’t be dangerous!
This means that everyone has to work together to make it safe. Cables shouldn’t be trailing everywhere and unused props and costumes should be neatly stored so nobody trips up.
Lighting and electrical equipment should be up to standard, with no chance of fire or electrical shocks and props, even if they’re home made, should be completely safe with no chance of collapsing in use or even trapping someone’s fingers.
If dangerous scenes are required, a stunt person should do them, or the actor should be properly trained for it.
Catering should be professional and food should be stored properly so there’s no chance of food poisoning. Hot drinks should be at the right temperature so that nobody is scalded with hot coffee.
There should be a trained first aider ready amongst the crew in case of accidents.
But if it goes wrong, call us
Every film production need to have insurance in place in case of accidents.
So if, despite taking as much care as possible, an accident does happen on set and you’re seriously injured, you can call us to make an accident claim in Monmouthshire.
Our free number is 0800 689 0500 from a land line and from your mobile 0333 500 0993.
Your accident claim in Monmouthshire will be dealt with swiftly and sympathetically and we will work on a no win no fee* basis to get you the maximum compensation that you deserve.
Date Published: 5th October 2014
Author: David Brown