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Rehearsals & Blocking

https://vimeo.com/445450426 Navigating Rehearsals and Blocking for Success Blocking Rehearsals are crucial moments for a script supervisor to observe and take notes. In this guide, we’ll discuss what to watch for during these processes and how to effectively document your observations. Rehearsals & Blocking Preparation: Be prepared with your sides and a pen or pencil when …

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Script Supervisor 101 with Hannah Driscoll

The 180 Line

https://vimeo.com/439118002 The 180 Line The 180 line is in reference to eyeline, or where an actor should be looking in a scene. Get familiar with this term because you will hear and say it A LOT. Think of the line as starting from one actor’s nose, and like a string connecting to the other actor’s …

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Script Supervisor 101 with Hannah Driscoll

Hand Gestures

https://vimeo.com/445446150 Hand Gestures This is another thing to watch out for that can get slightly out of hand if not kept in check (get it? Haha). Whenever an actor points, motions, etc. for something, you should make a note. Not all hand gestures should be accounted for though, just ones that are BIG, OBVIOUS, or …

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Script Supervisor 101 with Hannah Driscoll

Prop Continuity

https://vimeo.com/439108861 Prop Continuity Prop continuity is important, especially when you are working with rolling takes, or multi-cam setups. I can usually point out instantly when a prop is in the wrong hand while watching a movie, and it drives me crazy. The reason props are so important to keep track of is mainly because they …

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Script Supervisor 101 with Hannah Driscoll
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