Whether you’re planning out every frame or just outlining a few difficult scenes, a storyboard is your friend.
This sheet is to ensure you get more info than just “Yeah it was quite good” after extensive location scouting.
Rights can be a touchy subject. Get your ducks in a row with this artwork & object release form.
Directors: list the type of music you want! This is gonna make your composer / sound designer’s life so much easier.
An essential cover-your-ass document that every production shooting on location needs.
Camera Shot List
Just your basic, no nonsense camera shot list. Because on-set reality never quite follows the storyboard.
Ideal for smaller productions. A good callsheet will go a very long way towards making your shoot efficient and hassle free.
Ensure that your soundie is equipped to give you all the info you need, with this simple sheet.
A well filled out continuity log sheet can prevent major on-set oversights, and will save your editor serious headaches.
Shooting Notice – General
General notice to ensure that the people in the area know that shooting is taking place and that their continued presence grants production company the right to film/record them.
Shooting Notice – Letterbox
Ensure that the people in the area know that shooting is taking place and who to contact if they have any questions.
About production documents
These documents are provided on the understanding that Filmsourcing will not be held accountable for any legal hiccups resulting from the paperwork. If you do have a legal background and would like to contribute helpful hints for these templates we would love to hear from you!