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Jake and his world renowned faculty discuss their best tips on how to pitch your script without sell your soul.
Jacob Krueger interviews Pulitzer Prize Finalist and Tony Nominee Lisa D’Amour about playwriting and its correlations to screenwriting.
Jacob Krueger interviews actor/director/writer and JKS alum about her smash hit film Lez Bomb and the spiritual side of screenwriting.
Jacob Krueger analyzes the pilot of Ozark and shows the link between theme, hook, engine and secondary structure.
In his second podcast about the film Parasite, Jacob Krueger discusses how thematic exploration not only informs the tone and structure of your screenwriting, but allows your story to unfold more naturally and take your audience on a powerful journey that can help them see others through more understanding eyes.
Jacob Krueger analyzes 13th and how to use theme to focus the political power of your script.
Jacob Krueger analyzes the structure of Joe Exotic’s journey in Tiger King to demonstrate the concepts of structure, genre, hook, and engine in screenwriting and TV writing.
Jacob Krueger analyzes both the ethical shortcomings of Tiger King and the valuable lessons the structure of Tiger King holds for writers of all genres. Learn what made the ethically complicated Joe Exotic such a likable main character, and how to use the concept of genre to make an audience fall in love with your screenplay.
I want to start today’s podcast with a personal story, something that happened to me early in my writing career. I had just sold my first screenplay, which meant I got to do the thing that everybody dreams of doing, the thing that I had always dreamed of doing. I got to leave my job and I got to devote