By: Nazia Adnin
1) Hair stylist:
A person responsible for maintaining actors’ hair styles during filming.
2) Hard top:
A slang word to describe a normal indoor theater.
3) High concept:
Describes a film that includes or exploits certain elements (e.g. fast action, big-name stars) in order to attract a large audience.
An abbreviation for Head of department. Sometimes in Hollywood the term is known as coordinators.
A word used on a continuity report to indicate that a particular take should be kept, but not developed.
6) Honey wagon:
A trailer or truck used as the dressing room for actors when on location shoots away from permanent soundstages.
7) Host wraps:
The short segments of TV show where the host of the program talks or discusses topics; common in reality TV, where a host summarizes what has happened before the show returns to the action.
8) Hot set:
A set where set dressers and prop persons have finalized placing furniture and props for filming a scene and on which a scene is in the process of being shot; labeled thus to indicate that it should not be changed or disturbed.