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The Assistant Location Manager Training Scheme is designed to cope with a "growing need for more experienced location department crew working in film and high-end television production".
Every location manager brings a unique skill set and level of maturity that often results in different approaches in each location and in some cases across each shift.
This time, the plot sees a TV location manager for Dale Winton's Overnight Ghost Hunt investigating the abandoned ruins of Ravenhill Hospital, searching for the spirit of its evil former governess.
A report prepared by a location manager estimated the LAPD proposal would add up to $220,000 to the cost of making a feature film.
Summer Wine location manager Sylvia Kendall, from Holmfirth, plays hostess to raise cash for the Alzheimer's Society.
The location manager came down himself to clean it up.
Location manager Matt Betteridge said: "The Great Western Arcade is a truly beautiful example of Victorian architecture.
This isn't a gay cemetery, but this is as close as you're going to get," said Kennedy, 67, a television location manager, gesturing toward the lake as geese and swans floated by.