The Red carpet of the movie Atabai in the capital
Actors have the difficult job of being emotionally vulnerable on camera, and as a director, you have to show them great respect. Good directors maintain a pace at which no one feels rushed. When actors feel rushed, bad acting happens. Setting expectations upfront helps build confidence, and working with the performers along the way can help draw out organic performances.As a director, you have to know the limitations of your budget, your crew, and your actors. For the average film production, shooting over 10 pages a day can spell disaster for the quality of your film and the morale of your cast and crew. Being overly ambitious with scheduling is a surefire way to burn out and potentially endanger your crew. Being able to produce and follow the shooting schedule will help keep the actors and crew on track, and is a vital skill for every successful director.