1 3 2 Other Creators

[Person or corporate body or fictitious character or performing animal to work relationship]
Provide access under other creators whose work is exhibited in the work cataloged (creating identifiers for them using the rules in Section 8), such as equal collaborators in the creation of a work identified by title alone or collaborators whose work was considered supplemental to that of the principal creator. [type of data: normalized heading—other entity identifiers (non-literal typed)]

Optionally, provide access under the publishers/distributors/broadcasters of the very first manifestation of the work ever to appear.

Include one or more relator terms from the following list if possible to express the nature of the collaborator's relationship to the work. Choose
the single most specific term, if possible. If none of these terms apply, compose a term to describe the relationship between the creator and the work being cataloged. If the relationship is ambiguous, do not include a relator term:

animator
artist

  • architect
  • engraver
  • etcher
  • landscape architect
  • lithographer
  • metal-engraver
  • painter
  • photographer
  • sculptor
  • wood-engraver
  • woodcutter

art director
author

  • novelist
  • playwright
  • poet

broadcasting agency [of first manifestation of the work]
cartographer/cartographic agency
cast
choreographer
cinematographer
collaborator
collector
commissioner
compiler/compiling performer
composer
conductor Note
contributor
costume designer
curator of an exhibition
dancer
director
distributor [of first manifestation of the work]
editor
fictitious character performer Bugs Bunny
film editor
filmmaker
hair stylist
host
illustrator
instrumentalist Note
interviewee
interviewer
issuing entity //(body or person)

jurisdiction
librettist
lighting designer
lyricist
make-up artist
moderator
musical director
narrator
performer
performing animal
presenter
producer/production company
production personnel
programmer
publisher [of first manifestation of the work]
puppeteer
reporter
researcher
reviewer
scientific advisor
screenwriter
set designer
singer Note
sound designer
sound engineer
speaker
special effects designer
sponsor
storyteller
teleplay writer
videographer
videorecording engineer

Note that musical performance credits are usually associated with the expression of a musical work, rather than the work as a whole (see section 2.3). They are included here because they are sometimes associated with a moving image or multimedia work.

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