Susannah Grant received an Oscar nomination in 2001 for her screenplay based on the life of working-class heroine Erin Brockovich. The AFI graduate and Nicholl Fellowship winner first started out writing for the television show "Party of Five", and then went on to pen the scripts for "Ever After" and "28 Days". Following her nomination, Grant adapted "In Her Shoes" and "Charlotte’s Web", as well as write and direct "Catch and Release", starring Jennifer Garner. In this interview, learn all about the midwife vs. mother role of novel adaptations, the importance of finding your voice and why sometimes you just have to be able to really, really suck. This video is an excerpt from the full interview, available on DVD at TheDialogueSeries.com .
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