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Topic - Nick Cave
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, "Push the Sky Away" (Bad Seed Ltd)
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Writing the Prohibition-era bootlegger crime film "Lawless" _ his second realized script and largest movie production yet _ taught Australian songwriter Nick Cave certain foundational lessons of Hollywood moviemaking.
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"Screenwriting is something I use to help keep the process of songwriting alive," he says. "If that's all I was doing, I would have dried up or gone into a real decline years ago with songwriting. I'm always coming back to songwriting. In fact, I'm always running back to songwriting screaming."
"Songwriting is something where I have to go into a room on my own and battle it out and squeeze out these songs," says Cave. "It's like giving birth out of the tiniest of apertures. It's painful and it's kind of bloody, whereas writing scripts, I feel like a little boy."