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There's only one document that is strictly necessary for making a film: The screenplay. It has the dialog, description of characters and settings, and stage directions. It might potentially also have high level descriptions of costumes, music and other aspects of the final experience. However, there is a set of documents you might prepare in order to sell ...


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You're using terms with ambiguous meanings, which can lead to confusion. Generally a screenplay is produced by the original writer(s) of a film, and contains not only dialog, but character and scene descriptions --not necessarily in great detail, but enough that a competent production team could cast appropriate actors, design costumes and sets, and block ...


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