Simply and efficiently create industry standard call sheets on the go. 

NO In-App purchases. NEVER a subscription model. NO extra charge as your production increases.

POCKET CALL SHEET. The world's first iOS digital call sheet application.

- Featured in MovieMaker Magazine's "2011's Must-Have Apps for Movie Makers | The Future of Filmmaking" issue.

- Named as one of "2 Apps to help produce your film." -Raindance Canada.

- "Overall this app is highly recommended, it's highly functional, easy to customize/maneuver."

- "Pocket Call Sheet is very intuitive and easy to use. A smart solution at a great price." -Chris Patmore, MovieScope Magazine.

With Pocket Call Sheet you can simply and effectively create industry standard digital call sheets for multiple productions.

Instead of relying on a physical production office to schedule your production, with Pocket Call Sheet you can do it on the road, distributing to your cast and crew all the requirements for the following day. Your Line Producer, UPM, 1st and 2nd AD’s can even sign off on the call sheet from their device.

Pocket Call Sheet allows you to email call sheets as HTML or PDF attachments, thus eliminating the need to print.

Here is a detailed list of elements Pocket Call Sheet contains:

Production information:
- Film Title
- Episode Title
- Company
- Studio
- Date
- Shoot Days
- Day out of days (e.g. "day 32 of a 60 day shoot")
- Exec. Producer(s)
- Producer(s)
- Director(s)
- Production Office and contact information
- Production Number
- Company Report to
- Company Shooting Call
- Line Producer
- Unit Production Manager
- 1st Assistant Director
- 2nd Assistant Director
- 2nd 2nd Assistant Director
- Production Assistant(s)
- Other

Weather information:
- Anticipated Weather
- Sunrise
- Sunset

Cast information:
- Assigned Number
- Name
- Role
- Status
- Pick-Up
- Call Time
- Hair & M/U
- Set Call
- Notes

Crew information:
- General Crew Call (Sets a global call time)
- Name
- Position
- Status
- Call Time
- Notes

- Camera Dept.
- Grip Dept.
- Electric Dept.
- Sound Dept.
- Video
- Property Dept.
- Special Effects
- Hair & Make Up
- Wardrobe Dept.
- Art Dept.
- Construction
- Office Staff
- Accounting
- Writing Staff
- Casting
- Post Production
- Locations
- Transportation
- Misc. Equipment
- Catering & Craft Services
- Additional
- Studio Set Op’s

Stand-Ins, Atmosphere, Musicians:
- Assigned Number
- Name
- Role
- Status
- Pick-Up
- Call Time
- Hair & M/U
- Set Call
- Notes

Scene information (scenes can be reordered for scheduling purposes):
- Scene Number
- Scene Heading
- Story Day
- Scene Description
- Number of Pages
- Cast Required
- Location Address
- Notes/Instructions

- Special Instructions for specific departments.
- Property list with description, scene and quantity.
- Emergency Utilities with contact information and address.
- Daily Notes.

- Line Producer
- U.P.M.
- 1st A.D.
- 2nd A.D.

And a great deal more...

After entering the details of your shoot day, a formatted 2 page call sheet with advance shooting schedule is emailed to all cast, crew and anyone else.

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What’s New

Version 2.3

- Expanded project export to Airdrop, Files, Dropbox and more.
- Dark Mode support
- Bug fixes and Performance enhancements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Jays Odyssey ,

A solid option , does what it says

To be honest as an independent filmmaker I found this app to be more than adequate for seven dollars you get a lot for your money. For those people who whine and complain about the fact they have to load their contacts into their phone it looks like they already found a way around this on the new version. What I would like to see is for the program to remember things that you've already written so that when you go to a new day you don't have to write the information and over again that part is simple and should be addressed immediately. Anyone who is not previewing the CallSheet by sending an email to them self prior to the entire production obviously shouldn't be in moviemaking and doesn't understand the necessary procedure to make sure that things are correct before sending them out to the whole group. One feature I would like to see added to the app and I'm not exactly sure how they would go about doing it is placing the cast and crew phone numbers either on a separate sheet that is pulled from all the information that is entered into the other fields or somewhere in the table where it list the cast and crew. Having the title and the call time and the name of the person listed is great but on an actual piece of paper that's not gonna help someone who may need to call that person who doesn't have those contacts in the phone. I think this app was written with the assumption that the only person that would be contacting anyone in the production would be the person making the call sheets on a small independent movie that's not always the case.

To those people who complain about it not having a lot of graphics and visual appeal while I do agree that a place for the logo would be a nice representation of the product I think that this no-frills basic sheet printed out and easy to read manner is exactly what we need.

I don't really have any more to add to this we used it on the production last weekend and it was able to keep people organized dramatically better than when we were using other programs. I saw people complaining about how it takes time to enter the data in an iPhone and I do agree that if there was a way to get it onto like a website interface or even an iPad or tablet that that would be helpful however if people are too lazy to take the hour two hours to punch in the information to export what is an amazing amount of information in one spot then they probably shouldn't be a movie making.

My congratulations to all the developers and my hope is they find someway to get the phone numbers incorporated into the CallSheet that is printed a workaround for us was using the notes section on each of the cast members to have their phone numbers however we alternately still did have to add an Excel spreadsheet with all of the productions phone numbers on it to our call sheet packet.

I look forward to seeing what new features are released if any at all and will continue to use this for a very long time to come.

For those of you who complained about the seven dollar price tag you obviously don't know that it cost a great deal of money to make a movie some of our low-budget production cost $100,000 and they're small short student films.

JB kan ,

Great but need work

The app has great potential. But It took me 30 to figure out how to include the the cast call time information on the sheet. And I still haven’t figure that out. Plus, there are lots of Manuel entry. And not an option that could allow me to duplicate so I can move faster. Lastly, sinking phone and the iPad is also not that obvious!

UnhappyThatsRight ,


Ideal and easy to use. Worth it

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