It’s Easier To Destroy Art Than It Is To Create It — Markus Redmond

Film Courage: Does a writer have a coach or is this the audience? I’m not talking about a writing coach that you hire but sort of a sensei?

Markus Redmond, Actor/Writer/Director/Producer: You can, yes of course.

Film Courage: Or is it the audience that eventually becomes that Mr. Miyagi who is kind of like well this is what it was?

Markus: It can. I mean if you allow the audience to define the work then yes. A mentor is always great. Somebody who can look at your script objectively, I’ve done it for people. I tell people all the time you don’t want different, you just want better because there is a difference. If someone is reading your script and they are coming at you with all this stuff that changes it around…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

 

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