On this podcast, rather than reviewing movies “two thumbs up, two thumbs down, loved it or hated it,” Award Winning Screenwriter Jacob Krueger shows you what you can learn from them as screenwriters. We look at good movies, bad movies, movies that we loved, and movies that we hated.
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- January 13, 2018January 13, 2018Read more
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
- December 23, 2017December 23, 2017Read more
Jacob Krueger shows you how one song, “Remember Me,” was used to build the structure of Coco’s Screenplay.
- December 9, 2017December 9, 2017Read more
Jacob Krueger analyzes the structure of the screenplay for Coco and the role of research when writing a script.
- November 17, 2017November 17, 2017Read more
Jacob Krueger reveals the hidden keys to a successful TV pilot with a deep structural analysis comparing the Stranger Things 1 pilot and the first episode of Stranger Things 2.
- November 10, 2017November 10, 2017Read more
Jacob Krueger analyzes the first episode of Stranger Things 2, to show you the difference between Primary and Secondary Structure in a TV pilot.