What the heck is a Script Supervisor?
Can you describe the job of the script supervisor on a film set? In this first episode of the series, we do our best to define this expansive role - sometimes referred to as Continuity Supervisor, or even just “Continuity” - that is so widely misunderstood. Today’s topic section includes clips from interviews with Randi Feldman, Sharon Watt, Hannah Driscoll, Shadia Sepehrnia, Beatrice Bellino, Mary Cybulski, Barry Caldwell and Toni Crey.
But first - an interview with Randi Feldman, one of the most well-known and highly revered teachers of the craft, and long-time champion of the script supervising community.
Randi Feldman has been a member of local 871 for over 25 years, and taught the craft of script supervising at UCLA, AFI, NYFA, and privately for 20 years. Some of the films she worked on as a Script Supervisor include the Oscar Nominated Mighty Joe Young, Rat Race, Bedazzzled, and star-packed Sundance winner, Guinevere. Learn all about Randi’s classes at http://scriptsupervising.com
Hosted, Created & Produced by Caryn Ruby
Produced and Edited by Eden Woolworth
Sound Mixer Adam Carl
Original Music by Edith Mudge
Logo design by Sharon Watt
Episode artwork by Ana Ziegler Loes
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