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Mr. Paul M. Jensen

Wrong Paul M. Jensen?

Writing Instructor

Phone: (604) ***-****  HQ Phone
Vancouver Film School
198 West Hastings Street
Vancouver , British Columbia V6B 1H2
Canada

Company Description: Vancouver Film School is Canada's premier post-secondary entertainment arts institution and one of the most distinguished in the world. The 13 production-oriented...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Oneonta Film Professor Emeritus
    The Writer's Café

Education

  • University at Albany
  • master's degree , film , radio , and television
    Columbia University
197 Total References
Web References
Faculty - VFS Blog
blog.vfs.com [cached]
This 22 minute series - available for your enjoyment on YouTube - is the brainchild of Writing for Film & Television grad Nick Carey and stars fellow writing grad Paul Donnett and VFS writing instructor Paul Jensen.
...
It's clear: Paul and Paul love films.
...
Not only did the program force me to write more than I ever have in my life combined, it introduced me to some very important people to my career: Paul Jensen (and through him Paul Donnett), as well as my partners at Popkin Media, Patrick Do and Jake Stevens.
...
Coming from a three year acting school, I had a good idea of what an intensive program like this would be, but yet it really was a struggle to write a screenplay, a Television pilot, a web series, and read 25 scripts for Paul Jensen's class.
...
Paul and I are cut from the same cloth when it comes to our passion for film. Our discussions fuel our insights. Then Popkin Media's unwavering support is an added bonus, not to mention our Director Nick knowing how to steer us in the right direction. The tough part is when the cameras stop - Paul and I will often want to keep discussing and Nick yells, "Save it for when the cameras are rolling"!
...
Both Paul and I come to the set with certain points we want to make, but we have no idea what the other Paul will say.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
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Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Then Jensen suggested Paul Donnett, and a day later we met, and three days later we shot the pilot!
...
Paul Jensen and I will often sit down with them and mix things up and experiment until we find the perfect balance for each episode.
...
Paul and I show up and start talking film. Filming lasts for approximately 8 hours.
...
Paul D: A moving story, great acting, good production, and someone to enjoy it with and talk about it after, which for me is my wife (Sorry, Jensen).
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Nick: Paul Jensen said this to me on our last day: "Never stop learning about film.
...
Well said, Paul.
VFS Blog - Important news about students, alumni, faculty and staff of Vancouver Film School
blog.vfs.com [cached]
This 22 minute series - available for your enjoyment on YouTube - is the brainchild of Writing for Film & Television grad Nick Carey and stars fellow writing grad Paul Donnett and VFS writing instructor Paul Jensen.
...
It's clear: Paul and Paul love films.
...
Not only did the program force me to write more than I ever have in my life combined, it introduced me to some very important people to my career: Paul Jensen (and through him Paul Donnett), as well as my partners at Popkin Media, Patrick Do and Jake Stevens.
...
Coming from a three year acting school, I had a good idea of what an intensive program like this would be, but yet it really was a struggle to write a screenplay, a Television pilot, a web series, and read 25 scripts for Paul Jensen's class.
...
Paul and I are cut from the same cloth when it comes to our passion for film. Our discussions fuel our insights. Then Popkin Media's unwavering support is an added bonus, not to mention our Director Nick knowing how to steer us in the right direction. The tough part is when the cameras stop - Paul and I will often want to keep discussing and Nick yells, "Save it for when the cameras are rolling"!
...
Both Paul and I come to the set with certain points we want to make, but we have no idea what the other Paul will say.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Then Jensen suggested Paul Donnett, and a day later we met, and three days later we shot the pilot!
...
Paul Jensen and I will often sit down with them and mix things up and experiment until we find the perfect balance for each episode.
...
Paul and I show up and start talking film. Filming lasts for approximately 8 hours.
...
Paul D: A moving story, great acting, good production, and someone to enjoy it with and talk about it after, which for me is my wife (Sorry, Jensen).
...
Nick: Paul Jensen said this to me on our last day: "Never stop learning about film.
...
Well said, Paul.
Writing - VFS Blog
blog.vfs.com [cached]
This 22 minute series - available for your enjoyment on YouTube - is the brainchild of Writing for Film & Television grad Nick Carey and stars fellow writing grad Paul Donnett and VFS writing instructor Paul Jensen.
...
It's clear: Paul and Paul love films.
...
Not only did the program force me to write more than I ever have in my life combined, it introduced me to some very important people to my career: Paul Jensen (and through him Paul Donnett), as well as my partners at Popkin Media, Patrick Do and Jake Stevens.
...
Coming from a three year acting school, I had a good idea of what an intensive program like this would be, but yet it really was a struggle to write a screenplay, a Television pilot, a web series, and read 25 scripts for Paul Jensen's class.
...
Paul and I are cut from the same cloth when it comes to our passion for film. Our discussions fuel our insights. Then Popkin Media's unwavering support is an added bonus, not to mention our Director Nick knowing how to steer us in the right direction. The tough part is when the cameras stop - Paul and I will often want to keep discussing and Nick yells, "Save it for when the cameras are rolling"!
...
Both Paul and I come to the set with certain points we want to make, but we have no idea what the other Paul will say.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Then Jensen suggested Paul Donnett, and a day later we met, and three days later we shot the pilot!
...
Paul Jensen and I will often sit down with them and mix things up and experiment until we find the perfect balance for each episode.
...
Paul and I show up and start talking film. Filming lasts for approximately 8 hours.
...
Paul D: A moving story, great acting, good production, and someone to enjoy it with and talk about it after, which for me is my wife (Sorry, Jensen).
...
Nick: Paul Jensen said this to me on our last day: "Never stop learning about film.
...
Well said, Paul.
Grad Success - VFS Blog
blog.vfs.com [cached]
This 22 minute series - available for your enjoyment on YouTube - is the brainchild of Writing for Film & Television grad Nick Carey and stars fellow writing grad Paul Donnett and VFS writing instructor Paul Jensen.
...
It's clear: Paul and Paul love films.
...
Not only did the program force me to write more than I ever have in my life combined, it introduced me to some very important people to my career: Paul Jensen (and through him Paul Donnett), as well as my partners at Popkin Media, Patrick Do and Jake Stevens.
...
Coming from a three year acting school, I had a good idea of what an intensive program like this would be, but yet it really was a struggle to write a screenplay, a Television pilot, a web series, and read 25 scripts for Paul Jensen's class.
...
Paul and I are cut from the same cloth when it comes to our passion for film. Our discussions fuel our insights. Then Popkin Media's unwavering support is an added bonus, not to mention our Director Nick knowing how to steer us in the right direction. The tough part is when the cameras stop - Paul and I will often want to keep discussing and Nick yells, "Save it for when the cameras are rolling"!
...
Both Paul and I come to the set with certain points we want to make, but we have no idea what the other Paul will say.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Then Jensen suggested Paul Donnett, and a day later we met, and three days later we shot the pilot!
...
Paul Jensen and I will often sit down with them and mix things up and experiment until we find the perfect balance for each episode.
...
Paul and I show up and start talking film. Filming lasts for approximately 8 hours.
...
Paul D: A moving story, great acting, good production, and someone to enjoy it with and talk about it after, which for me is my wife (Sorry, Jensen).
...
Nick: Paul Jensen said this to me on our last day: "Never stop learning about film.
...
Well said, Paul.
This 22 minute series - available ...
blog.vfs.com [cached]
This 22 minute series - available for your enjoyment on YouTube - is the brainchild of Writing for Film & Television grad Nick Carey and stars fellow writing grad Paul Donnett and VFS writing instructor Paul Jensen.
...
It's clear: Paul and Paul love films.
...
Not only did the program force me to write more than I ever have in my life combined, it introduced me to some very important people to my career: Paul Jensen (and through him Paul Donnett), as well as my partners at Popkin Media, Patrick Do and Jake Stevens.
...
Coming from a three year acting school, I had a good idea of what an intensive program like this would be, but yet it really was a struggle to write a screenplay, a Television pilot, a web series, and read 25 scripts for Paul Jensen's class.
...
Paul and I are cut from the same cloth when it comes to our passion for film. Our discussions fuel our insights. Then Popkin Media's unwavering support is an added bonus, not to mention our Director Nick knowing how to steer us in the right direction. The tough part is when the cameras stop - Paul and I will often want to keep discussing and Nick yells, "Save it for when the cameras are rolling"!
...
Both Paul and I come to the set with certain points we want to make, but we have no idea what the other Paul will say.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Nick: One day I was sitting in Paul Jensen's class and John Meadows walked in and proceeded to engage in a hilarious and engaging debate with Paul over Star Wars.
...
Then Jensen suggested Paul Donnett, and a day later we met, and three days later we shot the pilot!
...
Paul Jensen and I will often sit down with them and mix things up and experiment until we find the perfect balance for each episode.
...
Paul and I show up and start talking film. Filming lasts for approximately 8 hours.
...
Paul D: A moving story, great acting, good production, and someone to enjoy it with and talk about it after, which for me is my wife (Sorry, Jensen).
...
Nick: Paul Jensen said this to me on our last day: "Never stop learning about film.
...
Well said, Paul.
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