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August 16, 2022 27 min

Connecting the shots: Continuity matters

Continuity is so much more than matching cups and hands. You’ll begin to see that in this topic where we take a deep dive into what it means to manage continuity on set. But first, we have an interview with absolute ICON, and hands down the perfect person for this episode, Mary Cybulski.

Mary Cybulski’s impressive credits include multiple Academy Award-winning films Life of Pi, Michael Clayton, Syriana, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Oscar-nominated Kinsey, and The Tempest, as well as cult favorites Eat Pray Love, and To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar. She also wrote one of the most important and oft referred to books on script supervising, “Beyond Continuity: Script Supervision for the Modern Filmmaker.” While she’s no longer actively script supervising, Mary shares her talents on set as a still photographer and is currently working on an update to her widely recognized book.

Buy her book here! And look for the updated version to be released soon!

Hosted, Created & Produced by Caryn Ruby
Produced and Edited by Eden Woolworth
Sound Mixer Adam Carl
Original Music by Edith Mudge

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Episode artwork by Ana Ziegler Loes

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