FILM CALL SHEET

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 the Film 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 time under TIME, and write in start of setup time when on the shoot. By reviewing this you’ll learn to be more accurate/realistic with your estimates of how long a shoot takes, very important when you’re working with multiple people, some of whom may only be 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 SAVED + UPLOADED: THEY HELP ACHIEVE MARKS FOR ‘time management’ AND ‘organisation of actors, resources etc’

SHOT NO.

DATE TIME
(rough estimated schedule)

CAMERA
(shot type, movement, framing – record who took the shot)

(location, costume; all props required etc)

MISE-EN-SCENE

DIALOGUE & SOUND
(note any sound you may need to separately record, eg ambient sound)

CAST
(note name of each person required to be in shot)

NOTES

Filming Call Sheet template designed by Mr D Burrowes 1

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