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Misconceptions Beginning Screenwriters Have About The Film Business — Jim Agnew

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Film Courage: You have two screenplays, one that was looked at and scrutinized by John Carpenter, the other that was ready for production and it fell through a few days beforehand, what did both of those situations teach you about writing?

Jim Agnew, Screenwriter/Producer: It taught me to just be part of the process because you…

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