With the launch of our new video campaign, Voices4Action! we'll be interviewing people who want to speak out about the strike and the larger issues of a changing media world.

Adam Brooks' interview of Tony Gilroy, the writer-director of Michael Clayton, starts the series. Tony speaks passionately about the partnership between writers and studios and about the trust that needs to exist between the two.


Captain Obvious said...

It all starts with a blank page.

It ends with an orgasmic fury of audio/visual goodness.

boadicea said...

"Don't ask us to be dumb and we won't ask you to be nice."

Best tag line EVAH for a striking union.

writestuff87 said...

Tony, you are the man! I love your line and your work. I also think we are nice and they are dumb.