Screenwriting for Hollywood

At Reason Goes Hollywood, our 40th anniversary bash held November 14-15, 2008 in Los Angeles,'s Paul Feine interviewed screenwriters Paul Guay (best known for Liar, Liar) and David H. Steinberg (Slackers, American Pie 2) about what it takes to make it in the entertainment biz, especially when your politics diverge from a very narrow set of acceptable positions.

Approximately 50 minutes.

For an audio podcast version of this conversation, go here.

For more video from Reason Goes Hollywood, go here.

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