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Using a script supervisor

Using a script supervisor: Creating a Short Film: 06 Working on Set
Using a script supervisor: Creating a Short Film: 06 Working on Set

A script supervisor - often called scripty on a movie set - is the film crew member in charge of supervising which components of the script are being shot. The script supervisor will also document which takes are circle takes or print takes (good takes) and other notable issues with the take for the editor. The scripty will also usually help monitor continuity.

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