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Many shots where there is no specific dialogue will be shot "MOS" - without sound running. MOS is a standard filmmaking jargon abbreviation, used in production reports to indicate an associated film segment has no synchronous audio track. It stands for "motor only sync" or "motor only shot". Omitting sound recording from a particular shot can save ...


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There is an organization, the Location Managers Guild of America, which states on their website that they will be responsible for the following: Meet with those neighbors and merchants directly affected by prep, shoot, or wrap activities. Negotiate the location fees, contracts, and associated paperwork. Coordinate legal issues with company attorneys. ...


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I agree with @Catija: ADR is very common with action, drama, and musicals because it is far easier (and less expensive) to rerecord the dialog in a recording booth than it is to get dozens to hundreds of people, who are near the shot, to be absolutely silent or to remove the sound in post production. The only genre which avoids ADR is comedies because the ...


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The 'Air Force base' was a regular civilian airfield dressed both practically and later digitally as an AFB. The drone footage is actually very easy to do in CGI. In fact the comparatively 'crappy quality' of real drone footage and speed of explosive shockwaves/debris-fields really help when creating CGI simulations as we don't expect realistic (and thus ...



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