An introduction to the Script Supervisor’s role working in a multi-camera set-up with music content. The talk will introduce the method of bar counting popular music with examples and practical exercises. Suitable for anyone who has a basic grasp of shot-calling, script layout and working in a gallery or studio set-up.
Who it's for
Although any music knowledge is an advantage, this skill can be acquired with just a good sense of rhythm.
What it covers
Script terms and layouts
Basic theor of music and rhythm
The director's script
Examples of professionals in action
The course is led by Yvonne Craven, an experienced script supervisor, production manager and tutor in film and television skills. She specialises in a wide range of music programmes and multi-camera event and entertainment programmes, including live broadcasts. Originally trained at the BBC, and on the staff for 15 years, Yvonne then worked freelance for independent production companies on programmes such as The World Music Awards, BBC Proms, The Commonwealth Day Service and Riverdance. She was also script supervisor on live cinema transmissions of ballets and operas from the Royal Opera House and English National Opera, Cardiff Singer of the World, and dramas such as The Railway Children and Shakespeare performances from the Donmar Warehouse. As a script supervisor she has worked with crews in Mexico City, St Petersburg, Riga, Kiev, Muscat, Jordan, Chicago, Paris and Dublin.
She has been a visiting tutor at the National Film and Television School for over 20 years and has run courses at the BBC and the London College of Communication.
This event is supported by the ScreenSkills Television Skills Fund which invests in training for the freelance television workforce thanks to contributions from the BBC, Channel 4, ITV, and Channel 5.
It is part of a ScreenSkills programme to support freelancers to upskill and stay connected, helping keep the industry resilient in these difficult times.
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