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Rex Sikes' Movie Beat chats with script supervisor Bruce Resnick

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Continuity is incredibly complex and important on a movie shoot. It requires a good, if not great script supervisor who works closely with the director. Bruce Resnick has 69 credits to his name as script supervisor beginning with the feature "The Man In The Iron Mask". Other credits include "Miss Castaway", "Lost", "Heaven's Fall", "National Lampoon's Dorm Daze & Dorm Daze 2", many more and the recently completed "No God No Master" starring Academy Award nominee David Straithairn. Script Supervisor Bruce Resnick - In his own words: I have been living and working in Los Angeles as a script supervisor for over the past 12 years. I have worked on both features and in television. They have included the features “Edmond”, “Labor Pains” and the recently completed film “No God No Master” as well as the TV series “Watch Over Me” for the then newly created Fox channel MyNetwork and the Disney channel’s “Even Stevens”. Prior to moving to Los Angeles and becoming a script supervisor I was an Equity Stage Manager working in theatres across the country. For nine years from 1985 -1994 I was one of the resident stage managers at the LORT Regional Theatre StageWest in Springfield MA. After having been a stage manager for 12 years since the time I graduated from St Leo College with a BA in Theatre I made the decision to change from being a stage manager into my present occupation as a script supervisor. I had considered that this change would be a smooth one since I felt there were many similarities between the two jobs including the attention to detail that I needed as a stage manager I could use as a script supervisor. One thing that I did have to learn was, for me the introduction of the camera, and how it can be positioned in order to get the correct eye lines between the actors. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com

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