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Franklin Leonard on what this year's Black List says about Hollywood in 2020

For more than a decade, Leonard has produced the Black List, an annual survey of Hollywood's best unproduced screenplays. He discusses the latest list and what it says about the changing future of Hollywood.
The Black List founder Franklin Leonard. (Getty Images)
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For more than a decade, Franklin Leonard has produced the Black List, an annual survey of Hollywood's best unproduced screenplays. Films like Argo, Juno, American Hustle and The Revenant showed up on the Black List before going on to win big awards. Leonard joined q's Tom Power on the line from Los Angeles to discuss the latest list and what it tells us about Hollywood in 2020.

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