writer’s voice

A Writer’s Voice: What’s The Worst Thing That Can Happen? BLUE RUIN, THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM & ALIEN

In this installment of A Writer’s Voice we’re going to be looking at Blue Ruin, a nice little indie thriller by Jeremy Saulnier. What’s interesting about Blue Ruin is that its main character, Dwight, does not arc in the traditional way. He doesn’t change in the way that screenplay characters typically change. In fact, the primary journey...

A Writer’s Voice: How “Amazing” is ‘Spiderman 2’?

In this installment of A Writer’s Voice, I’ll be discussing The Amazing Spiderman 2 and action movie writing in general with George Strayton. George teaches our Action Movie Writing class here at Jacob Krueger Studio and has a tremendous background in the action movie world. He’s worked with Sam Raimi, he’s...

Writer’s Voice: Frozen – Do You Want To Build A Screenplay?

Building a career as a writer means learning to write on assignment.  But how do you hold on to your unique voice as a writer, while still delivering the elements big budget Hollywood producers are demanding?  In this Podcast, Award Winning Screenwriter Jacob Krueger shows you how the screenplay for Disney’s Frozen gets away...

A Writer’s Voice: Does Your Character Actually Arc?

Introducing the new video column by Jacob Krueger, A Writer’s Voice: A truly great script is like a rare bird, so infrequently spotted that it’s easy to wonder if it actually exists. With so many writers following the same tired formulas, catching that bird requires a leap of faith in yourself, trusting...