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Jed Dannenbaum and Doe Mayer discuss their book, “Creative Filmmaking.” They begin by explaining the “Five Is” of creativity: Introspection, Inquiry, Intuition, Interaction, and Impact. Some of the people they discuss in the book include Conrad Hall, Kimberley Pierce, Walter Murch, and Anthony Minghella. They then go on to discuss how film is a uniquely collaborative art and how that plays into the need for interaction. Doe Mayer then goes on to explain the impetus for book. Jed Dannenbaum then shares that he is currently working in the business doing behind the scenes for films and television series and also teaches film classes at University of Southern California. Later in the interview Dannenbaum explains that he began as a historian and later moved to making historical documentaries.