A script coordinator produces and annotates drafts of scripts used in film and television productions.
Before a draft is released to actors and crew, the script coordinator checks the draft for proper formatting, spelling, punctuation and continuity.
Although their role is more focused on pre-production, during production the script coordinator will take notes from other production team members and ensure any agreed changes are incorporated.
Script coordinators also check scripts for potential legal issues, collate a show bible listing out all plot points and character introductions, and oversee any script translations that may be required.
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