Script Supervising 101 – How to Become a Script Supervisor

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Master the art of script supervising with our comprehensive Script Supervisor 101 course, led by industry expert Hannah Driscoll. Learn essential skills, build connections, and kickstart your career in the film industry. Discover valuable insights, actionable steps, and benefit from exclusive access to our Script Supervisor Discord Channel for personalized guidance and support. Unlock your potential and let your passion for cinema flourish.

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Become a Script Supervisor with Our Enhanced Course

Explore the fascinating world of script supervising and unlock a rewarding film industry career with our comprehensive Script Supervisor 101 course. If you possess a keen eye for detail and a passion for filmmaking, join Hannah Driscoll in mastering the vital skills needed for this dynamic role.

If you’re the type who spots continuity errors in films and TV shows and seeks a fulfilling career with diverse opportunities in the film industry, this course is perfect for you!

Your Mentor, Hannah Driscoll

LA-based Hannah Driscoll is a sought-after Script Supervisor thriving in the film industry since 2015. Her impressive credits include popular TV shows like Pen15, Adam Ruins Everything, and award-winning films such as Plus One and Lost Transmissions. When not working on TV shows or films, Hannah takes on commercials!

Starting a career in script supervising may seem daunting, particularly with daily paperwork. However, under Hannah’s guidance and with her user-friendly templates, your passion for cinema will flourish as you learn the craft. The course is an excellent stepping stone for aspiring directors or writers.

The Keeper of Time

During Takes As a script supervisor, you’ll ensure the shooting script stays up-to-date and accurate. You’ll track deviations from the screenplay, made by performers, the director, or crew members, and communicate crucial changes. Your lined script will guide the editor, detailing camera arrangements, dialogue coverage, and shot descriptions.

Benefits of Script Supervising 101

Our course offers valuable insights and actionable steps:

  1. Gain Experience: Understand the inner workings of a film set and the production department.
  2. Build Connections: Cultivate relationships with fellow crew members and establish a strong network for future opportunities.
  3. Develop a Positive Work Ethic: Showcase your talents, abilities, and positivity on set. Impress industry professionals with your dedication.

As a bonus, all students gain exclusive access to our Script Supervisor Discord Channel in the Video Mantis Server. This invaluable resource lets you connect directly with Hannah Driscoll to ask questions about the course or script supervising in general. It’s a fantastic opportunity to learn from an expert and build connections with fellow aspiring script supervisors. You can even ask the course creators direct questions before purchasing!

Let Hannah Driscoll’s enthusiasm and expertise guide you in mastering essential skills to become a top-notch script supervisor. Sign up for Script Supervising 101 on Video Mantis today! See you on the inside!

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    Paige Glover

    As an 18-year-old aspiring script supervisor, I found all I will need to get my first job. When I began this course, I knew very little about the ins and outs of script supervising, but now I can say with confidence that I understand the position entirely. The course has a great format with detailed descriptions and entertaining video segments. The work was so engaging that I struggled to close my laptop for the day to do other things! I would recommend this course to people who know nothing or even a bit about script supervising. If you possess some knowledge of the position, you will learn helpful tactics to improve the efficiency of your work. If you’re new you learn how to interact with the different departments, take effective notes, and even learn how to stand up for yourself in negotiating contracts. Like all things worth doing, this course is difficult and it may take watching the videos a few times to understand the concepts. But let me tell you, it pays off. As of now, I am looking to book my first job as a script supervisor and I’m so excited to use what I’ve learned in this course. If you’re even thinking about purchasing this course, I suggest you go for it. It is a more than worthy investment of your time, money, and patience.

    February 18, 2023
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    An absolutely terrific course for anyone looking to start working as a Script Supervisor!
I started the course when I was fresh out of film school, having only worked on low budget TV-series as well as a couple of short films but never really got the opportunity to shadow an experienced Script Supervisor, I took the course in order to try to fill that gap and I can safely say that it did. Being Swedish the course also gave me insight into the differences between working as Script Supervisor in the US as well as my own country.
Having attended both film school and taken this course I feel that I can safely tell any aspiring Script Supervisor reading this that there is really no need to spend years and potentially a small fortune going to film school when you can take this class and learn everything you need to take your first steps towards becoming a working Script Supervisor.
A notable perk I want to mention is that there is no time limit to finishing the course, so you can go at your own pace and not have to worry about how finishing within a set time frame if life gets in the way. Hannah was also without exception very prompt in answering any questions about the content of the lessons as well as the homework assignments.
Script Supervision 101 is in conclusion I would highly recommended to anyone who wants to work as a Script Supervisor whether you are brand new to film work or someone who have had a few projects under your belt and are looking to expand your knowledge of the craft.

    February 17, 2023
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