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Screenwriters and filmmakers: how to attract stars to your script

This article was written by Jurgen Wolff.

“What are the odds that a new screenwriter or filmmaker could get a star to appear in his or her film? Small to none, you say? Actually, the odds may be much better than you think.

One young filmmaker who succeeded is director Aaron Schneider. His movie project was “Get Low,” written by Chuck Provenza and based on the true story of a hermit back in the 1930s who staged his own funeral in order to find out what people would say about him.”

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