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More Tales from the Script (2010)

Fascinating unheard stories from top screenwriters.


Peter Hanson


Peter Hanson


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Credited cast:
John August ... Himself
John Brancato John Brancato ... Himself (as John D. Brancato)
John Carpenter ... Himself
Larry Cohen ... Himself
Frank Darabont ... Himself
Steven E. de Souza ... Himself
Gerald Di Pego ... Himself
Mark Fergus ... Himself
Antwone Fisher ... Himself
Naomi Foner ... Herself
Joe Forte Joe Forte ... Himself
David Hayter ... Himself
Peter Hyams ... Himself
Steve Koren Steve Koren ... Himself
Jonathan Lemkin Jonathan Lemkin ... Himself


Fascinating unheard stories from top screenwriters.

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20 April 2010 (USA) See more »

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Grand River Films See more »
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Some segments of this documentary's interview with Billy Ray, contain comments that are almost verbatim repetitions of statements Ray made a few years earlier in an interview that appears in The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Billy Ray (2007). This repetition is perhaps most noticeable in comments Ray makes in both interviews about being a writer and a director. Here he says he "got into writing with the idea that I wanted to work with great directors. I am not a great director, so it would be stupid to limit myself to only working with me." In the earlier interview for 'The Dialogue' he says, "I got into this business to work with great directors. And I am not a great director, so it would be stupid of me to limit myself to working only with me." In both cases, he immediately follows these comments by citing Ang Lee and Peter Weir as two of the "great directors" he would like to work with. See more »


Larry Cohen: You know, everybody talks about the writer being the low man on the totem pole out here; that's nonsense. We get paid whether they make the picture or not. Director doesn't get paid if he doesn't make the picture. The actors don't get paid if they don't come to work. I get paid whether they make the movie or not. If they don't make it, so what? I'll write another one. The funny part about it is that, if the picture comes out, and it doesn't do well, nobody phones me and says, "Hey, Larry, the ...
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