Screen Forever: how producers can storm Hollywood, gently

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Gus Howard

Agents, showrunners, Australian diffidence, hammering on the Hollywood gates - here's how producers get a Californian tan.

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About the author

Gus Howard is a veteran producer, mostly in television, whose first public credit was for an educational short in 1981 called Don't Just Stand There Coughing. He was the producer on Blue Heelers from 1996-2006, made the six ep miniseries Rain Shadow, taught the MA program at VCA in producing, and is actively developing and financing new productions.