Strip boards are used as a type of shooting schedule for film productions. To make a strip board, color-coded strips of paper are arranged to represent different scenes in a script. Each strip is placed in order by a production member to create an organized view for the film’s production schedule. Strip boards are still used today, though modern boards are often in a digital format.
This strip board consists of a folder and multiple strips, breakdown pages, and production copies of completed breakdown pages. The folder has eight panels which are bound with faux leather and fold in an accordion style.
Production manager Miki Herman’s name is stamped on the front of the folder. The breakdown pages are unused, however, eight production copies of strip boards are included with this set.
These copies show shooting schedules for famous Star Wars sets such as the Ewok Village, Jabba’s Palace, Tatooine, and the Death Star. The blank breakdown cards and strips are made from thick stock paper. Each strip is colored so they can be grouped together.This strip board set shows signs of wear from use and age but remains in overall good condition.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.