This can be an individual with capital, a nonprofit organization, or even a network. Netflix is a great resource for documentaries. Search web videos or watch TV for ideas.
A shooting script and editing script for a documentary or non-fiction project look pretty much the same. Documentary paper edits might be split script documents like the example above, only with exact verbatim quotes from interviewees and timecode and tape numbers to help the editor find the relevant footage.
Celtx or Final Draft are good choices for this. However, if pushed to choose one, he says Scrivener is a better all-in-one solution for documentaries.
A shooting script can be written detailing coverage of the staff, the kitchen, and what questions will be asked, if interviews are going to be done at that time. They look something like this: Some split scripts may have exact word for word quotes around what soundbites to use from interviewees that were actually captured verbatim on set, and others may be written more loosely.
A tornado can be the villain.