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"I think that my writing is best when I’m most consistent, and have my structure and my schedule, but that also my writing is best when I am not at my desk and I'm out in the world having different experiences! The challenge is balancing those two.

"So my advice would be to do both, to have structure, but also to not always have that structure because otherwise you never leave the house."
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"A lot of producers who produce these types of television, they don’t even care about the acting. The actors are more props, they’re more focused on narration, and they don’t really construct these scenes as movie scenes."
Kevin Kaufman on reality television and docu-dramas.
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Writing: The Dying Art!
Kevin Kaufman on screenwriting takeaways from docu-dramas, realistic dialogue for children, and working with the biggest rabbit he's ever seen.
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"What makes a good story? Strong character with a strong need in a very specific world."
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"I think moments of contemplation are important for us, the viewer, to have a sense of one-on-one connection or a private connection with the character."
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