Only Time You Get To Read A Screenplay Is The First Time – Bruce Logan

Film Courage: When you’re hired as a cinematographer, how many times would you read the screenplay for the film you’re going to work on?

Bruce Logan, Writer/Director/Cinematographer: Well, as I say in my early career, not enough times. Now the only time you really get to read a screenplay is the first time you read it. I think that goes for being a director or helping somebody else. You only get one fresh read. So you are only seeing a movie continuously once to be surprised by anything that goes…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

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