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Ed Burns: The Interview

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Writer/Director/Producer Edward Burns (The Brothers McMullen, She's the One, Saving Private Ryan) does an entertaining deep dive into how he broke into Hollywood via a micro-budget indie smash, how working with Spielberg gave him insight on how to be a better Director and insight into the dozens of films and TV shows he's written, directed and acted in since then. Plus all about his new EPIX series Bridge and Tunnel, how Sarah McLachlan wrote a song just for him and why a certain cat broke down barriers for his screenwriting productivity.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-side-track/support

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