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Jule Selbo

Jule Selbo grew up in Fargo North Dakota. She is a Professor in the Radio TV Film Department at California State University, Fullerton and an award winning American screenwriter and playwright with work in feature film, television and animation. She has worked with filmmakers and producers such as George Lucas, Michael Newell, Aaron Spelling, Roland Joffe as well as with all the major Hollywood studios; produced credits include projects for Disney, Columbia Pictures, Paramount, Universal. She has also written for theatre, with productions in New York and regional theaters around the United States). She has also created and penned graphic novels. She is co-editor of the successful "Journal of Screenwriting" (Intellect Press) and has written extensively on film history, screenwriting and film genre. She holds writing seminars around the world and is a script consultant for production companies and writers in Hollywood. She has written two books on Screenwriting Structure that include information on the business of screenwriting; her latest book is "Film Genre for Screenwriters" (Routledge). She has been an invited guest lecturer on film genre and screenwriting at New York University, Moscow's film school VGIK, Oxford Bridges University in Oxford, England, Bournemouth University in the UK, Disney Writers Program, Emerson College in Boston and other venues. She has earned her Ph.D. for her work in Film Genre, its historical components and how a knowledge of film genre can be used by the screenwriter in the constructive stages of a screenplay