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#1 Conrad Yoder

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Posted 08 October 2007 - 11:08 PM

Apologies if this is in the wrong forum; please redirect me if that is the case.

Is there some handy cheat-sheet on the Internets which lists the "usual" order for credits to be displayed in a film, both up-front and at the end? I am about to go into production on a short indie, non-union film with about 12 actors and 10 crew, and am just thinking ahead to post. I would like to make the credits look "usual"/'professional". Any pointers appreciated - thanks.

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#2 Michael Cruz

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Posted 21 November 2007 - 08:01 PM

Heres something that may help a bit.

http://www.salon.com.../09feature.html

The only thing I know is that the Directed by is the last credit in the beginning of the film OR the first credit at the end of the film and "A Film By" (or anything similar) is the same thing as directed by. The credits used in the beginning aren't shown again at the end.
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