the final detailed script for making a movie or TV program
an aid to the director, breaking down scenes and sequences in the order then need to be filmed
The final version of a script with the scenes arranged in proper sequence.
The working screenplay that includes scene numbers, camera angles, inserts etc.
Screenplay with scenes numbered and amended to show intended camera coverage and editing.
Script from which a movie is made which contains that includes scene numbers, camera angles, inserts, and certain directors/cinematographers input.
The final draft of a screenplay before going into production. Has been given the final okay by the Director, the Producers and Executives. As a screenwriter, you should not be concerned with shooting scripts or formatting your script to look like one.
The script from which a movie is made.
A script that has been prepared to be put into production.
A shooting script is a version of a script from which a movie is actually shot; it includes scene numbers, camera angles and certain directors' notes -- and it is generally fiercely marked up by the script supervisor and other production workers, while the writer's draft is simply the skeleton around which the production is built.