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Script Supervising and Film Continuity, 3rd Edition by Pat P Miller

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10

Continuity Script to the Editor

You have seen, first, a writer's original script (Chapter 2, Figure 2.1), then the same script with the continuity supervisor's breakdown notes (Chapter 2, Figure 2.2). Now, in this chapter, you will gain insight into the final continuity script—a composite record of what has been put on film—the editor's bible.

CONTINUITY NOTES TO THE EDITOR

At the end of each day, the required procedure is to dispatch to the editor:

1. Your Daily Editor's Log (Figure 9.2).

2. Photocopies of both your left-hand and right-hand script pages which reflect the scenes filmed that day (Figure 10.1, pages 118–127).

NOTE: Never send your original pages to the editor. These must remain in your possession at all times.

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