1) Layout artist: A person responsible for staging every shot and plotting the action that will take place within each scene, whether it be live action or CGI-based.
2) Lead man aka Lead person: Member of the art department who is in charge of swing gangs and/or set dressers and reports to the set decorator.
3) Legs Of a movie: Continuing to return large box office figures.
4) Letter boxing: Letterboxing is the process of transferring films shot in a widescreen aspect ratio to standard-width video formats while preserving the film's original aspect ratio. The resulting video graphic image has mattes (black bars) above and below it; these mattes are part of the image (i.e., of each frame of the video signal)
5) Lighting board operator: A member of the electrical department who runs a console that controls the level or intensity of the lights, creating a look for the film.
6) Lighting technician: A member of the electrical department that is responsible for operating lights and lighting equipment on a set.
7) Line Producer: A producer who is responsible for managing every person and issue during the making of a film. Line producers only work on one film at a time.
8) Lined Script: A lined script is a copy of the actual script which is prepared by script supervisor during filming. The lined script contains all the scenes numbered, camera angles and shots indicated directorial requirements to guide the director of photography in setting up the shots and the editor in postproduction.
9) Location filming: Filming which takes place outdoor and not in any built set.
10) Location Manager: The person who looks after various aspects of managing the location for filming. Starting from getting permission from the authorities, security, maintenance etc are location manager’s responsibilities.
11) Location Mixer: A sound mixer who mixes sound recorded on location.