<VV> Corvairs for movie

hallgrenn at aol.com hallgrenn at aol.com
Tue Oct 14 10:03:20 EDT 2014

I agree with everything John said.  My sons work in the film/TV production business on big budget and small independent films.  The 1st Assistant Director makes it happen so that everything is set before the director shows up.  The Assistant Cameraman does much the same for the Cinematographer.  Be respectful of what they do and their responsibilities.  Assume that the chances of a scratch to your baby are there and be sure you get paid.  If your car is damaged then file a claim with documentation--the producers are ready for that possibility.  Be ready for boring, tedious time waiting.  Be sensitive to the budget of the production.  If it is a small, independent film things will be tighter and maybe a bit less organized than a blockbuster.  And not matter what, don't piss off the grips.  If they are water pumper V8 guys just ask about their cars.  

Aren't there some Mid-Maryland or Baltimore Club members out there still who were paid for the movie "Tin Men" to give some advice?



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