PRODUCTION SEMINAR: Motion Picture Script Supervising:
Carnegie Institution for Science
Washington, DC
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PRODUCTION SEMINAR: Motion Picture Script Supervising:
Motion Picture Script Supervising: A script supervisor has numerous responsibilities before, during, and after a production; helping to ensure that the film has continuous verbal and visual integrity.

Jean-Paul Chreky  graduated at the top of his class with an MFA in Motion Picture Production from the University of Miami. He has since collaborated in a variety of roles, most frequently as a script supervisor on several acclaimed film productions. These include Oscar nominated films, Loving and Hell or High Water as well as films such as Midnight Special, Louder Than Bombs, 5 Flights Up, Shes Funny That Way, Dark Skies, Mud, The Son of No One, and Take Shelter. Jean-Paul has also instructed film production classes at the University of Miami, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, American University, and the Jacobson Sinai Academy. Today, he continues to assist in the development of a multitude of productions by primarily working behind the scenes. Among many others he has worked on: Boy Erased directed by Joel Edgerton, The Only Living Boy in New York directed by Marc Webb.


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