S1, EP6 "Movie Magic"
One needs to have the right tricks and tools to make the impossible possible; from body doubles and special effects to green screens and foley sound, this stuff is not for the novice; Saul's film crew unravels the mysteries of movie magic.
S1, EP5 "Editing"
Editing is everything; hard cuts, fade outs and dissolves are great, but a star wipe could really cheapen the picture, and one should never forget the power of montage; Saul's film crew welcomes Kim Wexler to explain.
S1, EP4 "Working With Actors"
A collaborative relationship with one's actors is very important; there's a big difference between "Dance, meat puppet!" vs. "Could we try a slight alt?," so a little nuance and politeness should be used.
S1, EP3 "Visual Storytelling"
Ways to frame up a shot include the Dutch Angle, the French Over and the Swingle; Saul's film crew covers all the angles and more.
S1, EP2 "Set Life"
Learning on-set lingo, including best boy, dead cat and going 10-2; Saul Goodman's film crew runs through basic film shoot etiquette and best practices to avoid embarrassing oneself on set.
S1, EP1 "Safety"
One must never eat around the camera or Saul Goodman's film crew will Goodwill Hunt-one-down; basic safety measures must be taken to keep the film equipment in pristine condition, or one will face Marshall's wrath.