Planning: Script

Exposé, treatment, storyboard, and screenplay


  • Duration
    Medium (about 30-60 minutes)
  • Complexity
  • Group size
    1 to 100 persons

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Description Long

The screenplay is not just essential to your film, but also serves as a project management instrument, for example, for planning milestones and dates. Use the link for this. Now is the time to finalise and write down the conceptual ideas and content. Decide on the sequences, content, sources, interviews and filming locations. Present the first version of your screenplay at a meeting. It serves to ensure that you receive valuable feedback from project supporters or colleagues, so you can make amendments accordingly. 


Develop and discuss ideas.


Research the desired shooting locations and actors, to see how realistic these options are.


Get inspired by other scripts.


Determine a suitable screenplay form, e.g., level of detail, and so forth.


Allowing enough time to write the screenplay will increase your chances of realising a unique media project.


The media project is virtually created during the writing of the screenplay. You still have time, during this process, to get feedback and make adjustments.

Tools list

  • Computer/Laptop



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