Call Sheet Template

How do you make sure you and your crew know where they are going and what is happening on the day’s shoot. Enter the powerful Call Sheet.

It is usually created by the assistant director, by using the film director’s storyboards or shot list. The assistant director issues the call sheet to the crew and actors of the production to communicate to them when and where they should go for a specific day of shooting. The call time is also listed on the call sheet. This is the time when the cast and crew are expected to start working on the film set.

Call sheets also include other very useful info like the contact info (i.e. cell numbers of the crew), what scenes are being filmed, the day’s schedule, and the location’s or sound stage’s address. Call sheets also have info about parking, safety notes, and actor transportation.

Call sheets most often provide info regarding the day’s shooting location. You’ll find items like sunrise/sunset times, the day’s expected weather, and where the local hospitals/restaurants are on standard call sheets.

A great FREE Call Sheet is by Set Scouter: Click Here to Access

If you wanted to go down the wormhole a bit more, StudioBinder is a great resource for creating call sheets and organizing productions.


I wanted to share with you a call sheet template that will help you organize your shoot. The good folks over at Cast and Crew Call (The Bui Brothershave created a very easy-to-use call sheet template.

Here are two versions of the call sheet template, the first is an extremely complete two-page version, the second is a simplified one-page version. Here is what the two-page version (available in Excel versions) looks like:


Here’s the Google Doc one page version:




Check out the free call sheet template to download the templates. I’ve also included two video to really explain how to use a call sheet. Happy Shooting.

PRO TIP: How to Read a Call Sheet

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  1. shantkiraz on October 12, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    Thanks for sharing! I would also check out StudioBinder’s call sheets which are super clean and intuitive

  2. [email protected] on February 25, 2017 at 11:50 pm

    Now this is easy for us to get sheet template from here. And i know most of the people are be interested in your template. There are many students have those are dislike to make it and they find more help from you.