Shooting schedule

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A shooting schedule is a project plan of each day's shooting for a film production. It is normally created and managed by the assistant director, who reports to the production manager managing the production schedule and production board. Both schedules represent a timeline stating where and when production resources are used.[1]

The shooting schedule is an essential element of the filmmaking process, because the sequence in which scenes are shot during principal photography normally does not follow their chronological sequence in the script.


  1. ^ "Everything You Need to Know About a Shooting Schedule Template". Peerspace. April 25, 2020. Retrieved 2020-12-20.

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