Profession stunt performer
Stunt performers execute actions that are too dangerous for actors to perform, that they are not physically able to do or require specialised skills such as fight scenes, jumping from building, dancing and others.
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- Ensure cooperation among production, costume department and make-up department
Work with the staff responsible for costumes and make up in line with their creative vision and obtain directions from them about how make-up and costumes should look.
- Work with the lighting crew
Work with the crew responsible for the lighting setup and operation to get directions from them on where to stand for an aesthetic result.
- Work with the camera crew
Work with the crew responsible for the camera operation and movement to get directions from them on where to stand for an aesthetic result.
- Perform stunts
Execute various physical movements concerning the technical realisation of difficult acting performances.
- Express yourself physically
Express emotions and ideas through movements, gestures, and actions.
- Follow directions of the artistic director
Follow the instructions of the director while understanding his creative vision.
- Work with an artistic team
Work closely with directors, fellow actors and playwrights to find the ideal interpretation to a role.
- Study media sources
Study various media sources such as broadcasts, print media, and online media in order to gather inspiration for the development of creative concepts.
- Follow work schedule
Manage the sequence of activities in order to deliver completed work on agreed deadlines by following a work schedule.
- Study roles from scripts
Study and rehearse roles from scripts; interpret, learn and memorise lines, stunts, and cues as directed.
- Adapt to type of media
Adapt to different types of media such as television, movies, commercials, and others. Adapt work to type of media, scale of production, budget, genres within type of media, and others.
- Harmonise body movements
Harmonise body movements in accordance to rhythm and melody, aestetic or dramatic concept, dramatic pace, etc.