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Free Templates and Cheat Sheets

The templates below are a collection of tools that will help you when making your film. More importantly, they will make it easier for you to plan and prepare for submitting to film festivals. This list will be updated as I go along. Feel free to revisit and see what’s new. If you want to ask for a specific form – drop me a line at CONTACT.

PDF FILES: You can adapt the below documents to work in the best way that suits you.

WORD DOC FILES: These samples are easy to use and editable to suit your needs.

FILM SCREENING EVALUATION SHEET

SUBMISSIONS TRACKING SHEET

SCRIPT BREAKDOWN SHEET

STORYBOARD TEMPLATE

BLAKE SYNDERS SCRIPT BEAT SHEET

SYD FIELD’S PARADIGM
It means “to build, or put together.” There are many plot points in a screenplay. In the creation of the storyline, the most important are Plot Point I and Plot Point II. The four elements of structure, beginning, Plot Point I, Plot Point II and the ending, will always hold your story in place. (You can get more information from the SYD FIELDS PAGE – The attached includes a Paradigm for Shawshank Redemption) .

“All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your destination.”    Earl Nightingale

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