The Production Assistant’s Pocket Handbook

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  1. Caleb Clark says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    From Author, October 21, 2008
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    Caleb Clark (Southern VT) –
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    This review is from: The Production Assistant’s Pocket Handbook (Paperback)

    Caleb here, the author. I just wanted to comment that the book is in print and I’m working on getting Amazon to update their records. In the meantime it is available as a downloadable PDF and printed pocket book, with a free basics version, at: http://www.noendpress.com/caleb/edtech/index.php

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  2. Andrew in Florida says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
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    Must-Read for the Aspiring Film Professional, November 11, 2008
    This review is from: The Production Assistant’s Pocket Handbook (Paperback)

    I work as a Production Manager, Coordinator, and Assistant Director and also teach an intro production class to undergraduate film students at a state university. This book is by far the best introduction I have encountered to starting out as a production assistant. From the basics of set etiquette to tools of the trade, from terminology to tips for getting your first job, this book could save thousands of future production assistants the sometimes embarrassing hard lessons most of us had to learn by screwing up publicly.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
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    Good To Know, April 28, 2009
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    Sarah (Omaha, NE) –
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    This review is from: The Production Assistant’s Pocket Handbook (Paperback)

    Well I come from not knowing anything about the movie-making business, and this book seems very useful to me, with the author sharing real-life experience stuff. Nothing textbook about it. It’s an easy, entertaining read, and filled with great tips like set lingo definitions, lists of things you should carry, set etiquette, and most importantly all the what-not-to-do’s. Good advice in there for getting a job too. Glad I bought it.

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