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Marielle Heller pulls off a directing feat with 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?'
The director had the unenviable task of making sure Melissa McCarthy was an unsympathetic character in the new movie; Disney's challenge to promote princesses in a changing culture.
Aired 8 months ago 63:38
394 - Broken but Sympathetic
John and Craig welcome backÂ Can You Ever Forgive Me?Â director Marielle Heller to discuss the challenge of creating a hero the audience can root for while also establishing that the character must change. We also answer questions from listeners about conflicting notes, meet-and-greets, and true-life stories. Can You Ever Forgive Me? A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Scriptnotes 212, Diary of a First Time DirectorÂ with Mari Heller Schlage Locks American Crossword Password Tournament Onlineâ€“let us know if you unseat Craig! What the Constitution Means to MeÂ by Heidi Schreck Weâ€™re hiring a coder! If youâ€™re interested please send an email to email@example.com Submit entries for The Scriptnotes Pitch SessionÂ here. John AugustÂ on Twitter Craig MazinÂ on Twitter John on Instagram Find past episodes Scriptnotes Digital SeasonsÂ are also now available! OutroÂ by James Llonch and Jim Bond (send us yours!) Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can download the episodeÂ here.
Aired 1 year ago 43:21
Best Adapted Screenplay Predictions & Leave No Trace's Debra Granik - For Your Consideration
On this weekâ€™s For Your Consideration, the awards season panel of experts debates their picks for Best Adapted Screenplay at this yearâ€™s Oscars. Also, Perri Nemiroff sits down with Debra Granik, writer/director of Leave No Trace, starring Ben Foster and Thomasin McKenzie. The panel looks at possible nominees from Beautiful Boy, to Spike Leeâ€™s BlackKklansman, to the Melissa McCarthy led Can You Ever Forgive Me?, to Barry Jenkinsâ€™s If Beale Street Could Talk, to the Bradley Cooper directed A Star Is Born, to Damian Chazelleâ€™s First Man, to Joel Edgertonâ€™s sophomore feature film Boy Erased and more! Whose top-notch adapted screenplay should be recognized by the Academy and which ones do our experts think will be snubbed? Watch and find out.#ColliderFYC is hosted by Scott Mantz, with insight from regular panelists and fellow critics Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider. Let us know what your predictions are for the Best Adapted Screenplay in the COMMENTS section below. Remember to LIKE and SHARE this video on your social media and SUBSCRIBE to the channel for more FYC content just like this.Follow Scott: https://twitter.com/MovieMantzFollow Perri: https://twitter.com/PNemiroffFollow Jeff: https://twitter.com/TheInSneiderSUBSCRIBE TO THE COLLIDER NETWORKCollider Videos: https://bit.ly/2n1MZb7Collider Quick: