James Gray is angry. (Audio)

Here is an exceptionally gifted filmmaker, profoundly unhappy with the state of the craft.
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  1. Good clip – James Gray really does know how to write (and direct) but I worry that his focus is too narrow. When he talks about the lack of craft in today’s US screenwriting, he’s talking as if “screen” and “movies” were synonymous.

    What he ignores is the way that TV (especially pay TV) has taken over the challenge of producing well-written screenplays from the movies. Viz. Six Feet Under, Mad Men, The Sopranos, The Wire, etc.

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