Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Component 4: Shooting Script

What is the Shooting Script? 

The shooting script itself is a more elaborate and precise version of the screenplay. It isn't actually composed by the screenwriter, as common sense would predict. The shooting script is written by the Director, alongside his Cinematographer, whilst they discuss and plan their ideas for shots and desires for the movie.


The screenplay shouldn't consist of many directions, as it is an advertisement product.
However, the shooting script is more directional, as it is composed by the Director.

Components of a Shooting Script.
- Broken into Shots.
- Precise Terminology (Cinematography)
...e.g. (Close Up, Dolly-In) 
- Divided into Dates

Another purpose of a Shooting Script is to benefit the whole crew and production teams organisation, giving them a precise idea of what is going to happen and when.

Video below consists of a brief production description.

The purpose of this video is describing the actual process of how a movie is produced/created. It isn't as simple as many people think. Although, as discussed, the process isn't actually as complex as expected.

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