A scene is a bucket that contains drama. It occupies its own space for a finite amount of time. When time is up, the setup stays while we cut to a new scene. Scenes are great because they talk to you. They’ll tell you the highway scene is finished. They’ll tell it’s time to cut to the empty house.

Robert J Ray
Bucket on the Beach

StoryBoard

Stage Setup:

      Temperature/Season: 

      Time/Place: 

      Lighting/Sounds/Smells:   

      Symbols/Images: 

Characters/Relationships: 

Dialogue

      Subjects: 

      Subtext:  

Action

      Large: 

      Supporting: 

Point of View: 

Climax: 

Exit Line: 

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