Filming Call Sheet template designed by Mr D Burrowes 1
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Feel free to create your own, but you can use this as an example of a call sheet
or you could always look back at the Production Log worksheet provided for theFilm coursework + adjust that to fit your requirements.
Leave some room between shots to make handwritten notes on the shoot (eg noting additional angles shot)
You should add INITIALS of who directed + shot each take
.MAKE A NOTE OF ADDITIONAL UNPLANNED MATERIAL SHOT AS COVERAGE.
Pencil in estimated schedule t
ime under TIME, and write in start of setup time when on the shoot. By reviewing this you’ll learn to be moreaccurate/realistic with your estimates of how long a shoot takes, very important when you’re working with multiple people, so
me of whom may onlybe available for a short time.
Note shots in the order you intend to shoot them, not the order they’ll appear in the vid.
DELETE THIS TEXT + that in brackets in the table headings below WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD + SAVE THE DOCUMENT
DOCUMENTS LIKE THIS SHOULD BE SAV
ED + UPLOADED: THEY HELP ACHIEVE MARKS FOR ‘time management’ AND ‘organisation of actors, resources etc’
(shot type,movement, framing
record who tookthe shot)
(location, costume; all propsrequired etc)
(note any sound youmay need to separatelyrecord, eg ambientsound)
(note name of eachperson required to bein shot)