The Color Red Production Crew
“The Color Red” is an exploration of intersectionality and creating an open discourse on the existence of different dimensions of racism. This is a slice of life, intimate capture of two friends and their personal conflicts that arises during a global pandemic. The impetus of the film was sparked by real life current events - ie: COVID-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement, miscegenation, anti-Asian sentiment, vandalism, etc. and the need to tell a unique story through our collective perspective. Our mission is to raise awareness & encourage dialogue on deep rooted racial issues and celebrate diversity and life.
Hopefully this captures the essence of the WHY we are creating this film.
The TCR Team
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Responsibilities of a Key Grip:
The key grip executes the tasks demanded by the cinematographer in terms of lighting and camera movement.
The key grip is supposed to run the grip crew, which includes people like a crane operator and rigging grips.
Works with the gaffer in order to convert lighting positions into the equipment need and rigging options.
Key an eye out for any possible issue, and think of all preventive and precautionary measures to ensure the film-making runs smoothly. Moreover, the key grip is also in-charge of the safety of the crew!