Film Courage: What is the fastest you’ve ever written a full screenplay?
David Wappel, Screenwriter: The fastest I have ever written a full screenplay was about 3 and a half weeks and that was writing about four hours a day. On the road trip that I went on figuring out where I was going to move when I knew that I was going to leave Atlanta to pursue screenwriting, I was lucky enough that a friend offered his family’s cabin just outside of Reno [Nevada]. He said No one is there right now. If you want to stop by and visit you can use it as…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).
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