Set Etiquette – 7 Things Not to Do on Set

Cover-Photo-Set-EtiquetteFor those that have had conversations with me already, you know the importance of networking as a writer.  And in TV and Film, there is no better way to gain the respect of many than working on set.

But also knowing boundaries and such is of key importance.  These 7 tips may sound obvious but should be taken to heart.  Apparently, according to a few producers who replied when I posted this on Facebook, Number 5 is a biggie.

So if you have been hired or are planning to be hired on a film or tv production set, read this now.

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