Script Supervising

Making sure the movie cuts together.

Nick Robinson - Non-Union Script Supervisor

There’s a lot to keep track of when making a movie. Was the character looking right, or towards top right? Were they wearing the outfit for N4 or N7 (which is made up of 3 parts of the outfit from N4, but has different socks)? Does the character’s wine glass match the level from the previous scene (which was shot weeks ago)? Was the carousel scene shot on card 14 or 15?

It’s difficult. There’s a lot going on.

If you make a movie, you need a script supervisor. Let me take the worries off of your shoulders. A good script supervisor makes your life easier - they keep track of the small, but important things, and let you worry about the big things, so you can make your day with the performances you want, and still have your movie edit together seamlessly.

Everybody needs a right hand man, especially on set.

I can do breakdowns and timings as well.

Selected Filmography 

Bad Turn Worse - Dir: Zeke/Simon Hawkins - Prod: Brian Udovich, Justin Duprie

Short Films
Fox & Barber - Dir: Justin Lerner - Prod: John Lang, Adam Hendricks
Roommates - Dir: Fernando Ojeda-Rios - Prod: Katy Dowling, Dustin Daniels
Wallet - Dir: Fernando Ojeda-Rios - Prod: Katy Dowling, Fernando Ojeda-Rios

Herotica - Dir: Peter Hewitt - Prod: Raquel Rosensweig, Axlerod
Almost Vegas - Dir: Petros Papahadjopoulos - Prod: Brent Lang, Damian Lang

Magee Woman's Research - Dir: Kate Axelrod - Prod: Owen Brennan, Raquel Rosensweig
NBC Winter Olympics (x3) - Dir: Jeremy Wabisczewicz - Prod: Adam Hendricks, John Lang
McDonalds McCafe (x3) - Dir: Sean Koriakin - Prod: Adam Hendricks, John Lang
Symantec (x3) - Dir: Sean Koriakin - Prod: Adam Hendricks, John Lang
Black Friday (360/VR) - Dir: Grant Olin - Prod: Andrew Ritter

Drop me a line, and we can talk about making sure your film flows.