• The Dialogue

  • An Interview with Screenwriter Jeff Nathanson
  • By: The Dialogue
  • Narrated by: Mike De Luca
  • Length: 1 hr and 24 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 02-29-08
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Dialogue
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Jeff Nathanson is easily among the A-list of Hollywood screenwriters. His script for Catch Me If You Can earned him much critical praise, as well as the devotion of Steven Spielberg, who also brought him to work on his next movie, The Terminal. Nathanson has also collaborated with Jan de Bont on Twister and Speed 2: Cruise Control and with Brett Ratner on the Rush Hour films. In this interview, learn more about why he dreads pitching, never speaks during a notes meeting, and finds he can do almost all his research with the Internet and old Playboy's.The Dialogue: Learning From the Masters is a groundbreaking interview series that goes behind the scenes of the fascinating craft of screenwriting. In these 70-90 minute in-depth discussions, more than two-dozen of today's most successful screenwriters share their work habits, methods and inspirations, secrets of the trade, business advice, and eye-opening stories from life in the trenches of the film industry. Each screenwriter discusses his or her filmography in great detail and breaks down the mechanics of one favorite scene from their produced work.
©2007 The Dialogue/Horshu LLC; (P)2007 The Dialogue/Horshu LLC
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