Michael Colleary

Screenwriter

Guest

Screenwriter, and half of the long-time writing team known as "The Mikes"

Michael Colleary on KCRW

This week, we revisit our conversation with two successful
screenwriters about the art of creative collaboration. Plus,
Hollywood's ready for it’s close up... or is it?

The Two Mikes & Movies about Movies

This week, we revisit our conversation with two successful screenwriters about the art of creative collaboration. Plus, Hollywood's ready for it’s close up... or is it?

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