In this subject I mostly concentrated in creating a detailed, accurate and in-depth script for a short movie. The script should contain all the camera movements, angles, dialogues, expressions, transition scenes, slug lines and many other aspects of a professional script. Writing this script with all the details and specifics was partially challenging, but as I learned more and more vocabularies and started using them more often, it didn’t feel as complicated. The things I learned when making the script are that I should make it realistic and feasible, even the slightest pigment of our vision of the props, costume or setting may be to complex to create or find. That’s why you should continuously check if the idea is feasible, and consult with your friends or teachers if making your vision into reality is possible. Secondly, I learned a lot of vocabularies like slug lines (which are lines to indicate the setting and lighting) and many more. I also revised on the terms like the camera movements and angles, along with the distance. Thirdly, I learned how to critically critique and give constructive comments/inputs to my peers. Giving feed-backs on my peer’s script is a vital procedure to ensure he/she can achieve and obtain the highest grade. Not only should we give comments, but we should also accept comments and revise the script based on their inputs. This is my best sample work because obviously it is a compiled score of every criterion’s score. I can see that I got the highest score/mark on criteria A (knowledge and understanding) as the picture indicates. I got this mark because I continuously used vocabularies and terms that were supposed to be used, at the right situation. The thing I could have improved on or do differently is to obtain peer reviews from my partner and write them on a post-it not and stick it on my logbook. This is extremely vital so my teacher can see if I actually did something based on my partner’s comments and if I had changed parts of the scripts as per his suggestion. That was the reason why I got a low mark on criterion D, it wasn’t since I didn’t give comments or modify based on his comments but because I didn’t put in my partner’s comments as an evidence in my actor’s logbook. I have developed in the key concept of communication mainly because I have made this script. Making this script requires tremendous amounts of written communication skills, this is vital in order for the actors, cameraman, props manager and almost the entire crew to understand see the director’s/scriptwriter’s vision of the movie. I have developed in communication as I worked on my script, since after finished it I almost fully understood how to communicate with ‘script terms’ and to convey your vision using intricate vocabs/terms. Plus I developed my understanding on how to communicate with my partner by giving constructive feedbacks and comments on their scripts, which would enable him/her to achieve their maximum potential/mark.