Beginning of the breakdown of the script
Beginning of the breakdown of the script, is need to split up into sections. Having this script is easy because the feature has been divided into the scene. Create multiple pages for each section. Provide a reasonable title pages and description of the event if necessary. Your different crew members may need to read this sheet and it is important that they understand each of your production segments.
First, the initial element for a fraction of a script is to check the number at the beginning of each scene. This is because the number of the scene is very important for the work done. The second element to check is the location of the scene. Where when writing a location name on a script splinter sheet, it should be written in the same way as it is written in the script, to avoid confusion. If the location is unclear in the script, one should contact the script writer to clarify it in more detail. The third one is to pay attention to how many scenes are needed inside and how many scenes outside. This is because it is a very important thing which affects the estimation of movie trips and schedules.
Mark the elements of the script by category and use different colored markers for each element that needs attention. More things to look at are movie actors, special effects used, any special equipment, any clothing needed.
For script fragments the script should be table with information such as number and scene name, page appear in script, place, inland, day or night, required characters, props and special notes such as wardrobe, set of clothes. The description of the scene must be brief and if there is a storyboard on the scene, it needs to be attached.
On each sheet, write the characters or actors needed for the scene as well as the prop, the location and the set. If the camera is a lot of this camera is used, and specify the number of cameras needed. The separate list all additional tools that may be needed.