How Qualified Are Script Readers At Production Companies? by Adam William Ward

Film Courage: Can we go back to your script reading days? First off, what qualifies someone as a script reader? How do they know you are ready to be doing coverage?

Adam William Ward, Director/Co-Screenwriter/Actor of WALLY GOT WASTED: It’s so funny…nothing, nothing qualified me at all. I got the job and they started shoving scripts in my hand. I had no qualifications for that whatsoever and that’s the truth. I got better as I went. I’m sure my first synopsis was kind of like ‘what the heck is this?’ But I’m doing three a day so eventually I am getting better and better and better. And that’s the thing, nothing qualifies you in this industry. If you want to make films, if you want act or whatever you want to do, there’s no qualifications. It’s not like every other job. But at the same time the problem is the whole…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

Adam and fellow actor Ronald Quigley (“Scaggs”) in WALLY GOT WASTED Movie

 

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