Instructor: Jurgen Wolff

Jurgen has been a Studio script doctor and written over 100 episodes of television classics. The author of multiple books on writing, he lectures worldwide. His next feature shoots Spring 2014.

Dec 10

How To Write Boldly and Overcome Blocks

Not knowing the craft when you write is merely one thing that stops writers from writing. Primarily there is fear involved that can be paralyzing. Writer’s block is often the outcome. This online class for writers and actors is taught by Jurgen Wolff as part of his series. He is a practitioner of NLP or …

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Dec 10

Marketing Yourself and Your Writing

You must “Do Something Different” or DSD to stand out in Hollywood and rise above the other scripts that flood the industry. In this online class Jurgen Wolff teaches strategies to do just that. He teaches with specific examples that will help you get an agent, make contacts, use social media to get attention and …

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Dec 04

How To Create an Endless Flow of Script Ideas

This online class teaches you how to create the ideas or concepts that help you get noticed. You can’t build your career waiting around to be inspired. Advertising agencies and psychologists are the two groups that generate ideas all the time. Jurgen used these strategies to create methods he has used for years. You’re going …

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Dec 04

How To Create Characters That Come Alive

Any outstanding script has characters that are memorable. Jurgen Wolff combines Neuro Linguistic Programming, hypnosis and a “right brain” approach along with elements of improvisation. This online class goes into: • Why an audience identifies with a character • Use your memory to inform you how to write strong characters • Using “unusual sources” to …

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Dec 04

How To Structure A Powerful Story

Most writers have formulaic stories because they stick with the standard three act structure. Jurgen thinks the structure is the servant and the story must be the master. He shows you that the world of the story is where you start, then you figure out some details and finish with a structure that fits. Jurgen …

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