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"I think that real people in true life are the heart of what great screenwriting is. Whether you draw from your own personal experience or you’re privileged enough to go to the real places and meet the real people to get some insight into it, I think being able to tell those things is what elevates from the generic – plucked from the library of tropes on the Internet – and makes it something more alive… original."
Stephen Chin
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How do you write an effective, engaging story? Lisa Cron has the answers!
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"And they said, 'You’ve got to go up to the roof. There’s a ladder but you have to be really careful because night is when most of the gun battles take place.'
Don't miss Stephen Chin on his extreme research for War Dogs!
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Finding the Deeper Truth in War Dogs
Stephen Chin on becoming a screenwriter, approaching the script as if you are a lawyer, and going to extremes in the name of research.
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"Stories are about someone who enters with a driving agenda that was there before the plot ever kicked in. Not knowing that is how you end up with a lot of shallow movies. I don’t watch movies much any more."
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