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SCHEDULING

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Hope Forgus

on 5 September 2013

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Transcript of SCHEDULING

AD ASSIGNS A TIME SLOT FOR EACH SHOT OF THE DAY
SCHEDULING
A DAY

THE MICROMANAGEMENT OF A TRAVELING PRODUCTION
COMPANY MOVE
MEALS
PRODUCTIVITY ARC
RUNNING OVER SCHEDULE

COMPANY MOVE TIME
MEALS
TURN AROUND TIME
LOADING/UNLOADING
HAIR/MAKEUP
SCHEDULING MOVE FROM HOTEL TO LOCATION ON DAY-TO-DAY BASIS
(including LOADING/TRANSFERING/UNLOADING/SET-UP SHOOT)
CONSIDER:

Time to physically load out
Transportation time- SIZE/# of vehicles
lost the caravan

ADD BUFFER TIME!
SCHEDULING A DAY
# OF MEALS DEPENDS ON # HOURS SHOOTING
BREAKFAST 30 minutes prior to call
1st MEAL 6 hours after call time
2nd MEAL 12 hours after call time

BREAKFAST
LUNCH
4 HOURS LATER
MORNING:
BEFORE LUNCH:
AFTER LUNCH:
4 HOURS LATER:
when planning keep in mind when crew is most productive!
MOST PHYSICAL
DROP IN ENERGY
BURST OF ENERGY
WORST PRODUCTIVITY
If a shoot goes longer than 12 hour day,
then you must push call back tomorrow.
"A properly scheduled shoot will have a HAPPY end!
DIRECTOR'S SHOT LIST
: LIST OF EVERY CAMERA SHOT + ANGLE IN A SCENE

AD MEETS W/ DIRECTOR & EACH SHOT IS GIVEN A TIME VALUE (IN MINUTES)
CONSIDER
LIGHTING TIME, BLOCKING, REHEARSAL, MOVING CAMERAS, HAIR/MAKEUP CHANGES, STUNTS, ECT.

TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION:
CALL SHEETS
AD must be ALERT + INFORM director of time

Ask "Where am I at lunch? Behind?" Make it up.
Have contingency shots/"bonus shots"
Have a running clock in head

TIPS
ONE LINE SCHEDULE
ONCE YOU HAVE SCHEDULE, CONFIRM CLARITY!
SHOWS WHERE/WHEN THINGS + PEOPLE ARE SCHEDULED TO KEEP CREW UPDATED
http://ivanmatsumoto.wordpress.com/2012/01/22/one-liner-schedule/

LISTS
SCENE (# + SMALL ACTION SUMMERY)
TIME
LOCATION
A DETAILED LIST OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY THAT MAKES SURE EVERYTHING SHOWS UP ON THE GIVEN DAY
INCLUDES
# OF SCENE
EXTERIOR/INTERIOR
LOCATION'
SYNOPSIS OF SCENE
PARKING
WEATHER
CREW CONTACT INFO
CREW/TALENT schedule
(ARRIVAL TIME, MEALS, ECT)
RULES OF THE SHOOT
Call Sheet is distributed at the end of day BEFORE cast/crew leave!
RED-LINE:
when call time is pushed for TOMORROW b/c shooting went over TODAY
(12 hour gap)
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