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  • Find The Emotional Core Of Your Screenplay

    February 20, 2018

    Jake: This week, I am so excited to be doing something we’ve actually never done before on the podcast: we have two different writers, Doug Jung and Emily Dell. Emily tends to come at things from more of the independent film side, and Doug has been involved in some very famous blockbusters and big name TV shows like Star Trek

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  • An Interview With Sebastian Stan From I, Tonya

    January 29, 2018

    Jake: This week I am with Sebastian Stan. Many of you have probably seen I, Tonya and Sebastian’s performance in that piece. We are going to have an interesting conversation with Sebastian, looking at I, Tonya from the perspective of an actor and also from the perspective of a writer. And we’re going to be discussing something that is important

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  • Top 10 Revision Tips Podcast: Part 2

    January 24, 2018

    If you listened to the previous episode of this podcast, you have probably developed a pretty valuable approach for how to revise your screenplay. And you know that approach focuses on these 5 simple tips for revision: #1 – Never Rewrite Without a Goal #2 – Follow Your North Star #3 – Concentrate on What’s Working #4 – Stay Away

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  • Top 10 Revision Tips Podcast: Part 1

    January 13, 2018

    This is a time of year when many of us are thinking about rewrites, both on our scripts and on our lives. So what better time for a podcast about rewriting? Everyone knows that writing is rewriting. But for many writers, the rewriting process can feel so overwhelming that it’s hard to hold onto that creative spark that made the

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  • COCO Podcast: Part 2 – The Power of Vignettes

    December 23, 2017

    Jacob Krueger shows you how one song, “Remember Me,” was used to build the structure of Coco’s Screenplay.

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