What is it like working on Blockbuster movie ?
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What is it like working on Blockbuster movie ?

Ever wondered what it's like to work on blockbuster movies? Wonder no more! Let's take a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into the making of a Hollywood blockbuster.

Featuring: VFX Supervisor

Khalid Ali Qureshi



Publish Date

05/03/2023, 17:01

I answer 100-plus emails per day.  Alice
For me, it's 500. Emails can go fuck themselves. This is my dream job and I have nothing to complain about.  Khalid

Above is one of many topics Khalid and I casually talk about. He has not changed since we met ten years ago, except for he becomes more popular and has work featured in big magazines.

1. Introduction

Have you ever wondered what it's like to work on blockbuster movies? Well, wonder no more! This article will take a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into making a Hollywood blockbuster.

I'd be talking to experts who will share their insights and experiences working on these big movies. From the initial concept stages to the final wrap party, we'll give you a front-row seat to all the action! So sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride - it's going to be a blast!

2. About the Artist

Khalid works on up to 300 shots for a featured film - that's an incredibly difficult workload. A 90-minute Vietnamese blockbuster may also contain around 300 shots, but the difference is that Khalid's shots are only a few seconds each. It can be challenging to stay motivated when completing repetitive tasks such as these, which makes his achievements even more impressive.

Part of his job involves developing highly realistic scenes through careful attention to detail - no matter how trivial the object is. He studies elements like the setting, location, and other factors that wouldn't be obvious on quick inspection - but are essential for creating a lifelike environment. This is the foundation of his day-to-day work.

For example, if you create a rock, you don't just create an object. You have to think of the setting of where that rock is. If it is on the seashore of some East coast, it would differ from the West ones. Then it will have some bird shit.  Khalid

3. What's It Like to Work on a Blockbuster?

Making a blockbuster movie is a long and arduous process. Not only does it give you a chance to make something you're proud of, but it also gives you a chance to connect with talented people worldwide. You'll find yourself in unexpected situations surrounded by incredible people, and every encounter can lead to something new and exciting.

3.1. The People You Meet

Now I work with my idols and peers, who are world-famous directors. Can you even imagine? This is a dream come true. I get all the answers for whatever I don't know, and immediately. Those talented guys can talk for hours like a child about their love for art and never hold themselves back from sharing knowledge.  Khalid

He suggested a range of artists I should follow. As he was talking, I wished I had previously known about them. His enthusiasm was evident as he progressed through the list; by the end of the call, at least 20 names had been mentioned.

3.2. It's a Dream Come True

It has been my dream for ages.  Khalid

Khalid has stated this multiple times in joyous amazement at the incredible opportunity he's been presented with. Working on such a large project is a remarkable experience and provides invaluable chances to collaborate with other tremendously talented inpiduals. He is ecstatic to be a part of the success and to produce extraordinary.

You'll be part of an amazing team, working together to create something spectacular. It's an experience like no other, and one that you'll never forget.

3.3. Achieving Success Through Hard Work

When I woke up one morning, many calls and emails were waiting for me in my inbox.  Khalid

Such experience is often indicative of newfound success. While money may be rewarding for some, artists take a different approach: even though it can be difficult to determine where this journey will lead us, that uncertainty manifests itself as the excitement of what is ahead. Enjoy the ride!

3.4. The Hours Are Long, but It's Worth It

Khalid typically works from 9 am to 3 am. Is it a requirement of his job to stay on top of his responsibilities?

Well, some people treat work as a job; some treat it as his/her desire. It's just the choice we make in life.  Alice

One of the most challenging aspects of working on any movie is dealing with the long hours. You can often find yourself away from home or working late nights to make sure a scene is finished. But while the hours can be tiring, they always offer a rewarding experience.

4. Learn from The Master

If you're thinking about pursuing a career as an artist, here are a few tips to get you started:

5. All in All, It's a Blast!

When the chance comes up to work on something you're passionate about, seize it. Soon you'll be presented with an amazing opportunity to create something meaningful, make lasting relationships and enjoy a great atmosphere of excitement. Plus, you'll get the satisfaction of knowing that your work will have a long-term impact. Don't hesitate - to jump on any chance while it's available and embrace the experience!

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