Film Production Boards

Production Boards (4, 6, & 8-panel)

A traditional film production board or production strip board is a cardboard chart holding color-coded strips of paper, each containing information about a scene in the script. The strips, called production strips, can then be rearranged and laid out sequentially to represent the scene order that the Assistant Director (AD) will schedule the film. The panels of each production board have a shallow pocket along the top and bottom to hold the Cast Header and Colored Strips. The sequential order of the production board will be in perfect sync with the shooting schedule.

The 4-panel production board is designed for a commercial shoot.
The 6-panel production board is designed for a 20-day shoot.
The 8-panel production board is designed for a feature film shoot.