When a director needs to present their creative ideas and concepts for a project, often times the best way to do so is with a visual treatment. Additionally, a treatment helps you explain the production process and all of the elements that will go into it.
We've created this director's treatment template to help you organize and present your ideas for your next project.
Click Use Template to get started with our template now, or keep reading to learn more.
Our Director's Treatment Template: What's Included
This director's treatment template was created to help your organize and pitch your ideas, and includes sections for:
- Production Design
- Sound Design
In addition, Assemble provides you with advanced tools to help you create, collaborate and share your director's treatment.
- Instantly share your document as a presentation with one click
- Create and manage versions
- Add custom branding
Create Your Director's Treatment with Assemble
To get started with our fully customizable director's treatment, just follow these easy steps below.
1. Open the Template
Open this template by clicking Use Template. The template will be created within a new blank project in Assemble.
2. Edit the Template as Needed
Click anywhere within the text to begin adding to or editing the template.
3. Share the Document
Click Share and select Share Document to easily distribute the document to your entire team with one click.
4. Save the Updated Template for Future Projects
Next, click the menu in the top right and select Save as Template to save it into your your personal template library.
Producing a Film with Assemble
Assemble enables producers to create a centralized hub to manage their entire project from start to finish - including documents, calendars, task management and asset management.
By using this director's treatment template, you'll get access to all of Assemble's powerful features. Assemble helps you keep production moving quickly and efficiently with our advanced collaboration tools built for producers.
Get started for free by clicking Use Template to begin exploring all of Assemble's features today.