There’s nothing more exciting than working on a movie. However, just like with all interesting jobs - there are plenty of details that are not as glamorous as you may think. For example, when you’re traveling with a film crew, there’s a lot of film equipment to transport to different locations. Plus, we’re usually talking about equipment that’s pretty expensive and not easy to replace. With that in mind, you need to take all the needed precautions to prevent any damage to the film equipment in transit. After all, the last thing you need is to face gear replacements on set. So, if you’re going to be packing and relocating film equipment - we’ve got a couple of tips for you!
Sam Wells is a freelance journalist, mostly writing about the production process in cinematography. Besides being fascinated with the magic of how movies are made, he’s also an avid history buff and Red Sox fan.