Course curriculum

  • 2

    Chapter 1: What is continuity?

    • Overall view: Understanding continuity

    • Some quick examples, a little game...

    • Following on from the first lesson on this chapter.

    • Dissecting a movie clip with a continuity mind.

  • 3

    Chapter 2: Creative continuity?

    • Can you be creative as a script supervisor?

  • 4

    Chapter 3: Record keeping on set

    • Overall view and continuity reports/ facing pages.

    • Editor's log, marked-up script pages, page counts, US slating system.

    • Progress Reports and further considerations.

    • Script breakdown and other tips

    • Looking closely at the schedule

    • Days Out Of Days - DOODs

  • 5

    Chapter 4: Technical aspects

    • A Day on set: part 1

    • A Day On Set: part 2

    • Q&A: Questions you must have answers for on a film or TV set.

    • Camera technical details part 1

    • Camera technical details part 2

  • 6

    Chapter 5: Digital systems

    • An overview of most digital systems used to log information.

  • 7

    Chapter 6: VFX ( Visual Effects)

    • Basic principles of VFX

    • A step-by-step look at a VFX continuity report

  • 8

    Chapter 7: Actors and Directors

    • All you need to know about actors, and a bit on how to deal with directors.

  • 9

    Chapter 8: Set etiquette

    • How to behave on a film set as a script supervisor - and other tips.

  • 10

    Chapter 9: Beyond continuity

    • Final considerations and notes.