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Focused Crew, Better Set

You’re a Producer, an AD, or a PA.  Your job is to support the on-screen product. You – set up, lock up, keep continuity, change over, lead new deals, bring first team, budget, manage, do hours of background/extras paperwork. BG/extras are vital to you and yet, in the scheme of a show and of a shooting day, they're in the background.

Run A Better Set wants your full attention on the on-screen product. Run A Better Set wants you to be focused on what you’re there to do. That’s our pledge – no more paperwork, easier day, better set. We handle the encumbrances that take your attention off the details. We help your focus stay clear and defined, especially as the day fills with urgency.

We’ve all been there - four different urgent calls our walkies, someone needing a skin, an answer, or a slap. It's swirling. Hectic. Chaotic. Fun. That’s sort of why we work in show business. But there are rare shooting days, in the urgency, where it slows, and we feel in control. RABS strives to m…

Our Better Name

Let's put a few names out there.
RunaBetterSet Run A Better Set run a better set runabetterset
(we use Run A Better Set and run a better set, but the internet happens)

RABS rabs

RABS is our acronym, think UPS or PYT.
RUN verb - in the case of run a better set it means, control, direct, produce, master. 
A article - in the case of run a better set it means, look at the thing we're running.
BETTER adjective - in the case of run a better set it means, not simply status quo, or well, or good but of greater quality, even greater than best. 
SET noun - in the case of run a better set it means, the location or setting where extras, stand-ins, producers, production assistants, assistant directors, crew members, and more, work around and upon as they create movies, television, web content, and commercials.


Not every post is a grammar lesson. We just wanted to share our view of it, in case you were curious.