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Is Setting Really That Important in Screenplays?

Are there things that are more important?

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Beyond writing and teaching I have a number of sidelines.

One of the most fascinating is court-authorized expert on intellectual property law. I testify regularly in litigation regarding copyright infringement and plagiarism. The question before the court is invariably a version of: Who…




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