Hey, guys! Alex and Trevor here, back with our regular Stage 32 segment: Ask us Anything.
Our last question and video answer can be found HERE.
Today's question is from Stage 32 Member, Tom Stohlgren:
Great question, Tom!
When a final draft is handed over, many people expect that to be the end of the road for creative input from a screenwriter, but in some cases, it is imperative to have the screenwriter a short distance away on set. Alex and Trevor discuss when a screenwriter should be hands-on or completely hands-off once the cameras start rolling.
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