Sara

Continuity Script Supervisor

Last night, we saw Danny Carey (the drummer from TOOL) play jazz night at a venue that serves only baked-potatoes and booze. We had the booth in the back, and were still only 15 feet away from him. The capacity was capped off at 50, so we had plenty of room to stretch out, and excellent service… Los Angeles, you ain’t half bad

A script supervisor walks this fine line :)

A script supervisor walks this fine line :)

Sweetheart | Official Teaser Trailer

Here are links to a couple blog posts I made while working on this movie 

Meow

Meow

Twentieth Century Fox has partnered with Vice Media’s Motherboard to release three short films documenting what happened during the 10 years that have passed between “Rise” and “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Click this link to see the 3 promotional short-films:http://variety.com/2014/tv/news/watch-planet-of-the-apes-short-films-document-gap-between-rise-and-dawn-1201257334/
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I script supervised QUARANTINE
My experience on the last couple big-budget, promotional-shorts I’ve done has been this: We get tons of footage and story, based on the script we are given. But we are not given an approximate time limit. And we are not allowed to circle our preferred takes. The footage is then edited by the bigger production company (the director is not involved) and the result is edited all out of order, and most of the script hits the cutting room floor. Still, this one turned out pretty cool, and it’s stylistic
See my post about WARGAMES, for another example of this

Twentieth Century Fox has partnered with Vice Media’s Motherboard to release three short films documenting what happened during the 10 years that have passed between “Rise” and “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”

Click this link to see the 3 promotional short-films:
http://variety.com/2014/tv/news/watch-planet-of-the-apes-short-films-document-gap-between-rise-and-dawn-1201257334/

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I script supervised QUARANTINE

My experience on the last couple big-budget, promotional-shorts I’ve done has been this: We get tons of footage and story, based on the script we are given. But we are not given an approximate time limit. And we are not allowed to circle our preferred takes. The footage is then edited by the bigger production company (the director is not involved) and the result is edited all out of order, and most of the script hits the cutting room floor. Still, this one turned out pretty cool, and it’s stylistic

See my post about WARGAMES, for another example of this

When it’s been over 30 days and I ain’t been paid

(Source: youtube.com)

❤️ this post if you can relate:

I feel like I am constantly waiting for a paycheck that is 30 days late. I am sick of keeping track, hunting down production companies, and fighting for that money.

I just want to move on, and relax. Or move on, and focus on my next show. With a sound mind knowing that these production companies will follow through with ‘their’ contracts. By paying me. On time.

Nothing says “love” like flowers

Nothing says “love” like flowers

I’d do this again :) Malibu lunch break

Yeah. We’re doing ok.




Living the set-life with “1st to Roll” catering and Big Breakfast Productions

Yeah. We’re doing ok.


Living the set-life with “1st to Roll” catering and Big Breakfast Productions

A buddy of mine, Jason Porath (How to Train Your Dragon 2) left Dreamworks recently to embark on his own mission- and this week he’s had an amazingly successful release of his first 12 “Rejected Princesses”They’re blowing up everywhere! Reddit, iO9, and Huffington Post…You should check it out. Follow his page, and read the mythology and history behind these “Rejected Princesses” who are just too devious for Disney

I promise you will dig it

A buddy of mine, Jason Porath (How to Train Your Dragon 2) left Dreamworks recently to embark on his own mission- and this week he’s had an amazingly successful release of his first 12 “Rejected Princesses”

They’re blowing up everywhere! Reddit, iO9, and Huffington Post…You should check it out. Follow his page, and read the mythology and history behind these “Rejected Princesses” who are just too devious for Disney

I promise you will dig it

(Source: rejectedprincesses)