280 Things to Know When Interviewing for a Film Extra Position

If you're looking to break into the world of film and television, a great way to start is by becoming a film extra. But before you go to your first audition, it's important to know the terminology used in the industry. This glossary-type book contains all the terms and definitions you'll need when interviewing for a film extra position.

The book covers everything from basic terminology to more specialized industry jargon. For example, you'll learn the difference between a "background actor" and a "stand-in," as well as the meaning of terms like "first team," "second team," and "blocking." You'll also find definitions for common film and television technical terms, such as "dolly," "boom mic," and "grip."

Whether you're a seasoned performer or just starting out, this book is an essential resource for anyone interested in working as a film extra. By understanding the terminology used in the industry, you'll be able to walk into your interview with confidence and fully prepared to impress casting directors.