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    Cool below the line

    What is it understood as "a below-the-line crew" in the making of a movie?

    Perhaps all that staff not qualified or simply not at the helm of any department?

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    Cool Re: below the line

    Please, any suggestion?

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    Cool Re: below the line

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    Re: below the line

    Hi Bushwhacker,

    Above-the-line” is a film and television industry term derived from where the money is budgeted for creative talent, writers, directors and producers.

    Below-the-line” is a film and television industry term derived from where the money is budgeted for technical crew working on a film or multimedia project as well as for costs related to the studio, equipment, travel, and location.

    In budgeting a motion picture or television production, below-the-line costs include the salaries of the non-starring cast members and the technical crew, as well as use of the film studio and its technical equipment, travel, location, and catering costs, etc.

    Below the line: Information from Answers.com

    Regards,

    V.

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