The PA Quiz The Production Assistant Quiz How's your knowledge of commonly used film set terms? What do you call the 2nd to last shot of the day? The Ringo The Abbey The Twomore What do you call shooting a night scene during the day? Pulling a zombie Black Out Day for Night Who is Above-the-Line? Just The Director and Assistant Director Generally The Director, Producers, Principals, and Screenwriters Just The Director What do you call a final check on hair and makeup? Last Looks A Revlon Moment Smudge Checks You need a new walkie battery. What do you need? A Harry The Juice A Hot Brick What’s another name for the Cinematographer? DP Chino Cino What does it mean if someone says “Talent is Going 10-100” over your walkie? Industry term for animals or children on the set A performer is headed to the bathroom An actor just did over 100 takes What’s the final shot of the day called? The Big Easy Martini Trick question. It's impossible to know what the last shot is going to be Where is the director watching a video feed of what’s being shot? Video Village Command & Control The Throne of Influence What are Bogies? What makeup artists call nose hangers PAs Pedestrians walking in the shot Where will you find food and drinks? The Apple Box Craft Services The Bodega What is the mobile toilet trailer commonly called? The Honeywagon The Abby Jerry's Place What’s another name for a C-47? A Jerry Film Noir A Bullet What’s the name for a half-size, all-purpose wooden box? A half apple A half pint A partial wood What’s a nickname for craft services? Arts Depot Crafty The Betty or Betty's Pot Luck A production assistant is commonly known as… The Banjo. (Big Banjo, Little Banjo, Ginger Banjo, etc.) The first to arrive and the last to leave. The first to eat and the last to meet. What is background conversation by extras called? Annoyance Whispers Rhubarb What is that highly desirable shooting period shortly after sunrise or before sunset called? Magic Hour Tea Time Good Times What does Duvetyne refer to? Fire retardant material used to block light. Doug Duvetyne, who famously directed in total darkness. When the studio cuts the power because you're over budget.