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Editing Room:

See Cutting Room.

Emmy:

The achievement award statuette given by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (equivalent to the Oscar for feature films).

Eight-By-Ten (8x10):

A commonly used size of gloss photos.

Employer of Record (EOR):

The Company responsible for taxes and unemployment benefits. This function is often fulfilled by the payroll company such as Entertainment Partners or Media Services, etc.

Eighteen-To-Play-Younger:

Legally 18 years old, but can be convincingly cast to play a younger aged character.

End Marker:

(Also called end slate, tail sticks, or tail slate.) The slate photographed at the end of a take if, for any reason, a slate was not (or could not be) photographed at the beginning, or if there was a mistake on the beginning slate. An end slate is held upside-down to be photographed.

ELA:

Abbreviation for Electronic Line Replacement. See ADR; Dubbing.

End Slate:

See End Marker.

Emancipated Minor:

A child who has been given the legal status of an adult by a judge.

End Titles:

The list of names acknowledging the participants in a film or television production, shown at the end of the presentation. Also know as End Credits. See Credits.