Film & Television Dictionary – Letter O
One-er: A usually long and complex scene shot in 1 long take.
One Liner: A short version of a shooting schedule that usually omits information about the cast, but breaks down the scenes and pages to be shot for each day or the schedule. This is very helpful for the production staff and department heads to help keep track of what is happening during the entire schedule of the production.
On the Clock: The time in which you are officially being paid to work.
On the Move:
Over the Shoulder: (OTS) Is a shot of someone of something from the perspective of the shoulder of another person.