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ABOUT THIS MODULE

A movie set is a machine with hundreds of moving parts - each department focusing on their contribution, each individual creating his piece of the story, all while the director helps manage it all.  Well, beside the director is the script supervisor, whose systematic and careful attention to all these moving parts helps ensure continuity.  In this module, we're going to look at the process of tracking continuity, and the script notes used to help bring all the hundreds of pieces together into the one, fluid story.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 23:26 video that reveals how to create proper script notes
  • Illustrated companion guide

LEARN

  • How to properly create script notes
  • How to track continuity
"This would be an excellent way to support a production course — and it gives students a way to easily review basic concepts."
 
   - Richie Sherman,
     Pennsylvania State University
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