monkeyhind36 karma2020-12-14 19:31:42 UTC
Hello, Michael Elias. Just wanted to say thanks for visiting Reddit. Congratulations on publishing your new novel! I look forward to reading it.
I've heard jokes about Hollywood that make me think writers don't get the credit they are due. Have you ever felt one of your scripts was ruined by other factors (for example, actor egos)? What do you think is the hardest part of writing a screenplay?
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monkeyhind3 karma2020-12-03 18:24:19 UTC
Wensleydale? Stinking Bishop?
monkeyhind2 karma2020-10-15 19:04:24 UTC
I'm scrolling and don't see any questions that have been answered yet by the OPs. Am I missing something or are they gathering data to reply later?
monkeyhind1 karma2021-03-22 18:09:09 UTC
Hey, Joe. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to ask you questions. In a nutshell, what are the special challenges of being both writer and director on a project?
Also, as director, did you have control over casting, or did you have to share that responsibility with producers?
monkeyhind0 karma2021-03-22 18:53:18 UTC
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