John August

screenwriter

Guest

Screenwriter/playwright whose credits include Go, Charlie's Angels, Go Fish and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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Hollywood assistants have put up with abusive bosses and bad pay over the years. But in the era of #MeToo, a younger crop of assistants are pushing back.

Hollywood assistants push the industry to pay up

Hollywood assistants have put up with abusive bosses and bad pay over the years. But in the era of #MeToo, a younger crop of assistants are pushing back.

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In the late 90's, John August read the book  Big Fish  by Daniel Wallace and convinced Sony to buy it for him to adapt into a movie.

'Big Fish' the Musical

In the late 90's, John August read the book Big Fish by Daniel Wallace and convinced Sony to buy it for him to adapt into a movie.

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