During a film shoot, after you’re done shooting at one location, you have to pack up all the equipment, clean up, gather the crew, and transport them all to the next location. This is called a COMPANY MOVE. Line producers and coordinators try to plan their shoots with the least amount of company moves possible. This saves both time and money.
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