Play Script Homework Year 4 Wedding

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Abbey, a viewer on the StoryGuide YouTube channel, asked if I had posted examples and templates for the different script formats I use. It struck me as an incredibly helpful idea.


I use two different formats, two-column and five-column, depending on who will be using the scripts. If the script is for internal use at StoryGuide, or if I will be working with an experienced crew and/or client then I use the simpler two-column format. They understand much of the shorthand nomenclature in the video column and can imagine what the shots will look like.


If the people I am working with are new to video, or if they need some help pre-visualizing how I plan to tell the story, then I use a five-column storyboard-style script. This format allows the reader to see the visuals in line with the content, and has room to add script notes.


There are lots of great storyboard and scripting software solutions out there, but I stick with simple clip-art in a Word table. This production path has the added benefit that my clients can revise the story content without needing special software. They just open it in the word processing application, make the changes and send it back.

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