HOW TO BE A SCRIPT SUPERVISOR - PART 2
Time: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Price $100 - (Part 1 is FREE if you sign up for Part 2)
How to be a script supervisor
Nuts and bolts class in script supervising techniques for commercials and feature films. Topics include: production paperwork, breakdowns, set etiquette, eyeline and axis issues, continuity, and tips on how to stay calm and find work in the field.
Eve Butterly has been a script supervisor since 1989. Early on, she also worked as a producer/production manager until she realized that script supervising was not just a thing she did—it was who she is. She started out working old school, with a clipboard and pencil and a polaroid camera, but has made the transition to digital script supervising using a self-designed program. She has served on the board of Women in Film/Dallas, TAFTP and Women In Communication, Inc, and has given presentations on script supervising at KD College, UT Arlington and SXSW. Her script supervising credits include season 1 of THE GOOD GUYS, and dayplaying on SALEM, DUSK TILL DAWN, PRISON BREAK, DALLAS, and QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, among many other projects. She has worked on everything from low budget indies to big budget features and network episodic television, and with directors such as Jonathan Frakes, Andrjz Sekula, Tim Matheson, Greg Nicotero, Peter Weller, Timothy Busfield and Jennifer Lynch. Eve is a card-carrying member of IATSE Local 484.