Production strip

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A traditional production board is a cardboard or wooden chart holding color-coded strips of paper, each containing information about a scene in the script. A modern version will probably be printed using computer software.

The color-coded production board strips follow a convention (according to Singleton):

Description Strip Color
Day Interior White
Day Exterior Yellow
Night Interior Blue
Night Exterior Green
Day Separator Black
Week Separator Orange
Free Day Grey
Holiday Red

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References[edit]

  • Film Scheduling by Ralph S. Singleton (2nd Ed, 1991)
  • Film Production Management by Bastian Clevé (2nd Ed, 2000)
  • The Complete Film Production Handbook (3rd Ed, 2001)
  • Production board in Microsoft Office Excel by Eddy Grabczewski (2004)