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Michael Bacall

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Being a child actor can lead to bad things down the line. But it also has its benefits, like reading every kind of script imaginable. Thesp-turned-scribe Michael Bacall credits his exposure to every…

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Dana Fox

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When your very first feature script gets made just months after you've finished a first draft, it may look like success comes easily. It's what happened to tyro scribe Dana Fox when she wrote the…

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Kelly Fremon

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It's not easy to get noticed if you're working in a genre as well-mined as romantic comedy. But the usual barriers to recognition haven't really applied to Kelly Fremon. With just two feature-length…

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Jessica Goldberg

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With six internationally performed plays to her name and much respect in the legit community, Jessica Goldberg has made a daring midcareer shift from stage to screenplays in pursuit of a passion she…

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Jason Dean Hall

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What Jason Dean Hall loves about writing that wasn't happening so much when he was a struggling actor is the ability to work his brain. "I always had the problem of being too thoughtful," Hall says…

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Christopher Landon

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"I was the flavor of the month, and then I was quickly dismissed," says Christopher Landon, who in his mid-20s experienced the cruel vicissitudes of Hollywood. "I reached a point in my career when I…

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Peter Straughan

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Peter Straughan's reputation as a screenwriter has run far ahead of the evidence actually up on the screen. "Sixty Six," his debut pic, co-written with partner Bridget O'Connor but also with the…

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Danny Strong

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Certainly, the controversial 2000 U.S. presidential election is ripe for film treatment. And just as certainly, an actor best known as the ultimately villainous schoolmate of a vampire slayer named…

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