I have bad threads, but I think this one will be an interesting resource for younger folks: 1. What's the miniature camera-thingy directors and DOP's use? - I've watched the docs on Brazil and seen some Spielberg docs where the directors hold around a little camera that looks like the thing you see golfers use on the course. What exactly is it called and how is it used? 2. When Fullscreen or Pan 'n' Scan is released, who's responsible for the composition? - I would imagine a DOP or director would be too pissed to work on it. If I directed a film, and I knew my film would get released pan 'n' scan, I'd purposefully fuck up the composition even further. 3. What exactly is a "daily"? - Is that the reel of film that was shot that day? 4. During conversation shoots, are there two cameras going at the same time, or are the dialogue scenes shot from one end, then shot from another, and edited together later to create the illusion of conversation? - And yes, I do think of these things in the middle of class. I'll think of more later. Hopefully, there's at least one filmmaker on this board.