Bob Schultz

Writer, Producer, Professor, Instructor
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Bob Schultz has spent more than a decade as a screenwriter, producer, screenwriting professor, and organizer of more than 25 screenwriting conferences in Canada, the USA, and the UK. He has taught screenwriting, pitching, story structure, and independent producing in a dozen countries around the world.

Having written two produced screenplays (and produced four films), Bob’s latest project, Hitlersaurus! is being developed as a graphic novel.

In 2020, Bob will continue teaching students in the UK, Sweden, the USA, and Romania (so far!), as well as developing several projects as writer and producer. Yet he will always make time to visit the cinema, whether it is to see “Parasite” or “Fast & Furious 9.” Loving movies is the most important part of making movies.

The latest iteration of his First Draft Intensive launches in May.

More information

Bob Schultz is appearing at the following sessions:

Speed Networking (Social Event)

Speed Networking (Social Event)

Meet other writers, producers and directors in our online speed networking event. Fast, FUN and designed to create powerful new relationships.

The Official LSF365 PreLaunch Extravaganza!

The Official LSF365 PreLaunch Extravaganza!

Join Chris and Bob as they look forward to the next two weeks of fantastic content and adventures.

The Screenwriting Commandments of Aaron Sorkin with Bob Schultz

The Screenwriting Commandments of Aaron Sorkin with Bob Schultz

For the last year, writers have learned how to elevate their writing using the strategies illustrated through the work of Aaron Sorkin. Get a glimpse into these techniques with Bob as he unveils the first 2 of the 10 Sorkin-mandments!

Top Ten Festival Lessons

Top Ten Festival Lessons

It’s been a wild festival – returning to the live stage, returning to the online space, the information and inspiration from so many guests. Join Chris and Bob as they reminisce about the highlights from a decade of the London Screenwriters’ Festival.