Let's talk about the art department folks! Like any department in production, there are multiple moving parts and countless people involved in creating the world of a film. For the production to run smoothly, it is essential that everyone on set knows the specifics of their particular role.
Today, we are going to talk about the set dresser. Studio Binder has put together a handy little guide detailing the differences between a set dresser and a set decorator, how to create mood boards, and so much more. Better yet, they have included the script and set dressing breakdown for the multiple Oscar-winning film Parasite.
Click below to learn everything you need to know, and more, about set dressing a film.
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