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Interview with Horton Foote
Jerry Lincecum
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c. 1986
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English
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    Foote discusses his writing strategies and process, which include journal writing and meditation 
    Foote talks about the inception and development of his Tony Award-winning play The Trip to Bountiful
    Foote on film adaptations and his Academy Award-winning screenplay for To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) 
    Foote discusses the process of writing the original screenplay for Tender Mercies (1983), which won Foote a second Academy Award. 
    Description of Foote's Orphans' Home Cycle, a trilogy of plays. Each play in the trilogy is comprised of three one-act plays. 
    On the decline of the film industry and Foote's forays into filmmaking 
    Foote identifies key influences on his work