Hello friends! Today I will show you the script of the Terrifying Process, building on last week’s introduction of how the storyboard may support editors and viewers in understanding the film. The written screenplay should follow the outline and accurately detail scenes, actions, and other special needs. The movie’s intention may be laid out from the script outline, and the written script’s specifics help the editor and audience’s imagination be captured on screen. The screenplay preparation step is crucial because it is a way to reach the film’s desired purpose and atmosphere. Professional filmmakers know what the film will be as soon as the script is ready. In addition, to make the video more imaginative and to help an editor like me conceptualize, we can also use a film log to note the duration of time for each shot, as you can see at the bottom of the image.
Moreover, the text script describes the storyline’s beginning, continuation, and transition, comprising various scenes and acting as the basis for the storyboard. The scene relates to the location and time and is generally written at the top of each shot. And the character is the person or thing in the movie, such as Jasmine and Emily in Terrifying Process.
Things to remember when writing the Script:
- Draw up a text outline
- Use text to write in more detail
- Should mark the page number
- The title
- Camera position and angle
- Dialogue (if any)
- Transfer reminder at the end of the scene
PLEASE leave any comments about your thoughts or anything else you’d want to share, and I’ll see you in the next post!