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Film Slang 101: the Terms You Should Know when Working on Set

Title: Film Slang 101: the Terms You Should Know when Working on Set

Do you speak jive? Film jive that is. One of the first things you’ll notice while working on a film set is that everyone there speaks a language that you may not be familiar with. They use slang for just about everything, from tripods to bathroom breaks, and learning what these terms are is vital to communicating on set. Cinematographer Morgan Cooper shares a handful of popular slang terms in the video below to get you started: Here are the terms Cooper uses in the video: “C-47″: clothespin”Sticks”: tripod”Apple”: apple box”Furnie”: furniture blanket”10-1″ and “10-2”: bathroom break If those five…

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