uh... The credits are on a title card at the end, guy.
Fairly well done doc, but one section was entirely spoken in (Russian?) with no subtitles???
Stealing writers' ideas is the same old Hollywood hustle, but this one has a twist: get the writers to SIGN THEM AWAY to you, so they can't sue. A "new" "indie" production company using their hot reputation to rip people off. Maybe Trump is their CFO?
The author should have done more homework: in 1956's "Picnic" (major Hollywood drama), director Joshua Logan and DP James Wong Howe wanted the camera to "fly away" from the last scene. At that time, only the military owned helicopters. JWH had a contact in the military and managed to pull a favor and got the first helicopter shot in a movie--I think in one take. It's pretty smooth and still very impressive. This and other great stories by JWH and other luminaries are in a good anthology of interviews with major film figures (still in print?) called "The Parade's Gone By." One of the best stories: how a famous director (known for his luminous lighting of Greta Garbo) accepts a dare and lights a not-exceptional-looking stenographer to look as good as Greta Garbo!
Would it kill you to transcribe this for reading?
To paraphrase [Arthur Conan Doyle] Sherlock Holmes: "Don't just see. Observe!"