A/V Script - Here is a modifiable sample of an A/V (Audio/Visual) script. A/V scripts are often used in TV productions and matches up what we see across from what we hear, whether it's dialog, sound effects, or music. A/V scripts can be particularly handy when planning a music video, as well. On one side of the script, you have your shot list, and on the other side, you have the lyrics.
Shot List example and Blank Shot List sheet- Directors and Cinematographers need a list of shots that they will film so that nothing is missed. Here is a modifiable sample to show you an efficient and effective way to do it. Don't be the hotshot that decides to "wing it" without a shot list for anything that will need more than five shots. I have seen hundreds of students and professionals miss something important because they didn't have a shot list. The, when they went to do a re-shoot, one of the actors cut or colored their hair, or the weather went from green grass to a winter wonderland overnight, and they couldn't finish their film.
Shooting Schedule - Here's a very simple yet effective shooting schedule sheet that you can use. Remember, create it after you have received an "availability" schedule from your key cast and crew so you don't waste your time. Give it to you actors days in advance, and give them reminders. Let them know that you will have snacks, drinks, and maybe even a meal for them depending on the length of the shoot (you will provide them with snacks and drinks).
Line Scripts - The line script is one of the simplest and most effective tools that a director can use to effectively direct his/her film. Below are links to the basic info on what a line script is, as well as samples of line scripts. The samples are mine from the film Atrophy that I produced, DP'ed, and edited (written and directed by Jason Slingerland).
Line scripts have a handwritten page on the left that is your shot list, and script page on the right that corresponds with it.