A location manager is a key member of the crew who deals with all matters involved with the use of a sites used to shoot a film other than a studio lot. Usually the location manager will identify the locations that are required by a given script, scout the location, take location photographs with the DP and director, be the liaison with the owner of the location, be the liaison with the local film commission regarding location permits, and budget the cost of using that location.
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