1. Cover page: include strong visuals, your film title, date and name.
  2. Table of contents.
  3. Format of your film (eg, digital video, 16mm, etc.); colour or black and white; and proposed length.
  4. Log line: descriptively and compellingly introduce your film (maximum of 25 words).
  5. Synopsis: use visual language and suggest stylistic approach (maximum of 60 words).
  6. Treatment: describe your theme, your story outline, structure, style, documentary mode, point of view, potential interviewees, questions you and the film will be asking, locations, music, etc. Include notes on additional material such as archival images that will you be using, for example, Super 8, photographs, digital imaging, and music.
  7. This section should also answer the following questions. Is there a shooting or editing style that will convey your structure or content? Are you using narration? Are you personally in the film? If so, what is your function? Is there a particular genre or convention that you are using?
  8. Audience: describe the communities you hope to attract; film festivals and categories; organisations and educational institutions that you hope will use your film; and which broadcasters would be appropriate.
  9. Production personnel: include a full résumé for yourself – the director – and a brief résumé/bio for each of your crewmembers: Production Manager (if you have one), Cinematographer, Sound Recordist, Picture Editor, Sound Editor.
  10. Written documentation describing your previous work, contributions, etc. You could also include a sample reel.
  11. Storyboards or shooting script (optional): include storyboards or visual examples that will help the reader to envisage your project. Visual elements may include paintings, photos of participants, a collage or drawings, for example, that give a feel for your aesthetic approach to your documentary.
  12. Production budget: include how you aim to allocate the budget into pre/pro/post-production.
  13. Finance plan: indicate where you see potential opportunities for additional grants, regional funds and endorsements.
  14. An indicative schedule of your film from start to finish.


words. Please limit to 5 words or less.


Easy Scroll Progress Indicator – WordPress Plugin

=== Easy Scroll Progress Indicator ===
Contributors: adhitya03
Donate link:
Tags: animate, animation, reading, indicator, scroll
Requires at least: 5.2
Tested up to: 5.2.2
Stable tag: 1.0.3
Requires PHP: 5.6
License: GPLv2 or later
License URI:

Scroll Progress Indicator

== Description ==

Create a reading page scroll progress indicator bar to show how much the user has scrolled through of current page. Easy Scroll Progress Indicator has unlimited background color and has 4 indicator bar position. You can put the indicator bar on the top, bottom, left or right.

Thank you Online Tutorials for your youtube video about [Page Scroll Progress Indicator using Html CSS and jQuery](

== Installation ==

1. In your WordPress admin panel, go to Plugins > New Plugin, search for "Easy Scroll Progress Indicator" and click "Install now". Alternatively, download the plugin and upload the contents of to your plugins directory, which may be in /wp-content/plugins/.
2. Activate the plugin Google Trends Widget through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
3. Go to Appearance > Customize and you can start configure the indicator bar from there.

== Frequently Asked Questions ==

= I have activated the plugin, but the indicator does not show up =

You have to configure the indicator background color, indicator size and indicator position. Open "Appearance > Customize", in customizing area, click "Scroll Progress Indicator" and you can start configure the indicator bar from there.

= I have configured the plugin, but the indicator still does not show up =

This plugin use `wp_body_open()`, make sure that you use WordPress minium 5.2, if you have used WordPress 5.2 or above, please open "Appearance > Theme Editor", and then open Theme Header or header.php, and put this code `<?php wp_body_open(); ?>` right after opening body tag `<body>` or `<body <?php body_class();?> >`. and then Update File.

== Screenshots ==

1. Easy Scroll Progress Indicator setting area.

== Changelog ==

= 1.0.3 =
* Released: June 30, 2019
* Still fixes plugin assets

= 1.0.2 =
* Released: June 30, 2019
* Fixes plugin assets

= 1.0.1 =
* Released: June 28, 2019
* Remove external jQuery and use jQuery file that WordPress already includes.
* Escape css value from customizer

= 1.0.0 =
* Released: June 24, 2019

== Upgrade Notice ==

= 1.0.3 =
* Released: June 30, 2019
* Still fixes plugin assets

= 1.0.2 =
* Fixes plugin assets

= 1.0.1 =
* This version fixes a security related bug. Upgrade immediately.

= 1.0.0 =
* Plugin release