Barbara Robinson 

- Car 54, Where Are You? (television comedy series), dir. Nat Hiken, 1961.

Barbara Robinson

- Car 54, Where Are You? (television comedy series), dir. Nat Hiken, 1961.

Muirne Van Myk
- Zulu, dir. Cy Endfiel, 1964.

Muirne Van Myk

- Zulu, dir. Cy Endfiel, 1964.


Susan Malerstein- The green Mile, dir. Frank Darabont, 1999.
From left to right : visual effects supervisor Charles Gibson, producer David Valdez, director Frank Darabont, script supervisor Susan Malerstein-Watkins, Tom Hanks and David Morse.

Susan Malerstein- The green Mile, dir. Frank Darabont, 1999.

From left to right : visual effects supervisor Charles Gibson, producer David Valdez, director Frank Darabont, script supervisor Susan Malerstein-Watkins, Tom Hanks and David Morse.


Susan Malerstein
- Forrest Gump, dir. Robert Zemeckis, 1994.

Susan Malerstein

- Forrest Gump, dir. Robert Zemeckis, 1994.


Catherine Jelski - Dazed and confused, dir. Richard Linklater, 1993.

Catherine Jelski
- Dazed and confused, dir. Richard Linklater, 1993.


La scripte est la mémoire du film - la « Fée Clochette » - elle me reparle du scénario quand je m’en éloigne plus ou moins volontairement. Elle s’assure qu’il s’agit d’un choix et non d’un oubli. Elle assure la continuité du film, non seulement les raccords localement, mais aussi la cohérence globale.
Bruno Podalydès

- The night of the hunter , dir. Charles Laughton, 1955.

- The night of the hunter , dir. Charles Laughton, 1955.


"So it was a coincidence that you were assigned to The Black Cat as script supervisor. I wasn’t assigned to be the script supervisor, I just wangled my way in there because I wantes to watch Moree Herring the script supervisor, I wanted to learn more from her. So I wound up doing all her notes. I didn’t get any credit, but in those days, you never got any credit. It was mostly an occupation for men, believe it or not. At Metro, there was only one girl (script supervisor) - everybody else was male. They changed that when they found that these males, like Mervyn LeRoy and a lot of others who started there as script supervisors, would leave and become directors, and the girls would stay.”- An interview with Shirley Ulmer, by Tom Weaver, 1998.Shirley, Edgard G. Ulmer’s wife, script supervised all his movies.

"So it was a coincidence that you were assigned to The Black Cat as script supervisor.

I wasn’t assigned to be the script supervisor, I just wangled my way in there because I wantes to watch Moree Herring the script supervisor, I wanted to learn more from her. So I wound up doing all her notes. I didn’t get any credit, but in those days, you never got any credit. It was mostly an occupation for men, believe it or not. At Metro, there was only one girl (script supervisor) - everybody else was male. They changed that when they found that these males, like Mervyn LeRoy and a lot of others who started there as script supervisors, would leave and become directors, and the girls would stay.”

- An interview with Shirley Ulmer, by Tom Weaver, 1998.

Shirley, Edgard G. Ulmer’s wife, script supervised all his movies.


Julie Pitkanen



- Blown Away, dir. Stephen Hopkins, 1994.(by Jeff Bridges)

Julie Pitkanen

- Blown Away, dir. Stephen Hopkins, 1994.

(by Jeff Bridges)


Jane
- A pigeon sat on a branch reflecting on existence, dir Roy Andersson, 2014.


Teruyo Nogami
- Ran, dir. Akira Kurosawa, 1985.

Teruyo Nogami was hired as a continuity assistant on Rashomon in 1950. Over the next 50 years she worked on all Kurosawa’s films.


Joyce King
- The Last Movie, dir. Denis Hopper, 1971.

Joyce King

- The Last Movie, dir. Denis Hopper, 1971.


Ana Maria Quintana

"I started with him on Hook. I had just had my son, so going back to work was different this time around. I needed to work more than ever and I was hired. I couldn’t believe it. I never thought in a million years that I would work on a big production like that one. There I was, on the biggest set in MGM, back when it was stilled called MGM. It was the care that Steven took with every scene that was so marvelous to watch and be a part of. It was very hard work, a lot of detail and Steven had the whole film in his head. I had to somehow get in there. Thank goodness I got to do more films with him and after 18 years, I am just finally beginning to understand about 10%…can you believe that?

Steven is a very intense filmmaker; he works very fast and does not repeat himself. You must be prepared, prepared, prepared at all times for anything and everything, that is how he works. Because of his love and immense professionalism in his films, I have felt at all times that I must try and strive to keep up. I have learned so much about editing and staging of scenes from Steven. Just when I think I’ve got a handle on it, he surprises all of us. A friend of mine long ago said something about John Huston. He said that if you cut Huston’s veins, they would bleed celluloid. I think that of Steven Spielberg.”

They worked together on Hook (1991), Jurassic Park (1993), The lost world : Jurassic Park (1997), Saving Private Ryan (1998), Artificial Intelligence : AI (2001), Minority Report (2002), Catch me if you can (2002), The terminal (2004), War of the worlds (2005), Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), The adventures of Tintin (2011).


Elizabeth Porter

- Twin Peaks (the last episode), dir. David Lynch, 1992.


Sherry Gunderman
- Me and you and everyone we know, dir. Miranda July, 2005.

Sherry Gunderman

- Me and you and everyone we know, dir. Miranda July, 2005.