Friday, September 30, 2005


UK writer and broadcaster Mark Lawson talks about screenplay credit and points out that films attributed to sole writers often have a whole host of script doctors and rewrites hidden underneath the showbiz veneer.

This won't be news to seasoned scribes but it's probably an inevitable hurdle down the line when you get your script off the ground only for it to be taken away as it goes through the development process and when the director finally gets his grubby little mitts on it.

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