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The director, or filmmaker, of a movie is the person who controls all aspects of the film. They develop the artistic vision, talk to the actors and crew and visualize the shots. Contrary to popular belief, most directors don't sit behind the camera.

  1. 1. Who do directors talk to?
    1. a. The cast
    2. b. The lunch lady
    3. c. The costumers
  2. 2. What don't most directors use?
    1. a. A camera
    2. b. A chair
    3. c. A microphone
  3. 3. Who controls all aspects of a film?
    1. a. The gaffer
    2. b. The director
    3. c. The cast