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Credit where credit is due . . . . and that doesn’t mean catering assistants, drivers or riggers

I’m still trying to include posts as they were written – not re-typed. This is good practice as I have to keep them short, as my lack of penmanship doesn’t enable me to write elegantly (or even legibly….) for any length of time! So a short but heart-felt rant on film credits!


Credit where it is due . . .

I’m not talking banking here: I’m talking production credits particularly those of feature films.  Can anyone convince me that the Tax Auditor on a film production is more important to the viewer than the aerial cameramen? Is the standby Grip more important than the music creating the atmosphere of the film? How did this happen? Can someone explain how the caterers affect what I see on the screen?????

It’s just nonsense, I’m afraid