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What do stand-ins usually use apple boxes for?
To hold all of the stand-ins belongings.
To stand on for added height if their actor is taller.
To store crafty (snacks) for all of the stand-ins.
The apple box is like a stand-in for animals.
What does checking the gate indicate?
That the cameras are ready to begin rolling.
That the PAs should lock up set.
Production is ready to move on to a new set up or scene.
The PAs should make sure the gate is shut so no one can enter set.
What does take your look typically mean when standing in?
Match the actor's eyeline.
Glance over the call sheet.
View Marking Rehearsal from the monitor.
Watch the actor during rehearsal.
Relating to blocking what does it mean to banana?
Walk in a curve.
Peel back the layers of a scene.
Similar to "break a leg" meaning don't slip on a banana.
During a second team rehearsal when should the stand-ins start performing the scene.
5 Beats After Action
After Background Action
Who should you ask about color cover?
What phrases should stand-ins listen for that may indicate they are needed or are about to be needed soon on set.
You may select multiple answers.
"Time for tea."
"That's a Wrap."
"Roll it over."
"Checking the gate."
"Ring the bell."
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