Kaufman, Anthony
June 2006
Daily Variety;6/23/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 59, pA10
Trade Publication
The article profiles Port Heron, Michigan-born screenwriter Matthew Michael Carnahan. It discusses the personal and academic background of the 32-year-old writer. Carnahan shares his thoughts about his inspirations for becoming a screenwriter, the themes of his scripts and his approach to screenwriting. His works include the screenplays for "Soldier Field," "TV" and "The Kingdom." INSET: Vital stats.


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