Dan Gilroy

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Dan Gilroy on KCRW

Right in the midst of LA’s season of art fairs and festivals, along comes a film that takes a hatchet to LA’s art world.

Velvet Buzzsaw slashes through LA’s art scene

Right in the midst of LA’s season of art fairs and festivals, along comes a film that takes a hatchet to LA’s art world.

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In  Nightcrawler , Jake Gyllenhaal plays a freelance cameraman who races to the sound of police scanners, looking for shots of auto crashes and shootings — hopefully including victims…

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In Nightcrawler , Jake Gyllenhaal plays a freelance cameraman who races to the sound of police scanners, looking for shots of auto crashes and shootings — hopefully including victims…

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With Nightcrawler, longtime screenwriter and first time director Dan Gilroy wrote a script that broke with all of the narrative tropes that studios suggest.

Dan Gilroy: Nightcrawler

With Nightcrawler, longtime screenwriter and first time director Dan Gilroy wrote a script that broke with all of the narrative tropes that studios suggest.

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