Transformational Story Analysis
Mrs. Wulf is a web based story development, script and editing consultancy service for storytellers, specifically documentary and fiction filmmakers, offered by a team of award winning consultants - filmmakers for filmmakers.
MRS. WULF STORY CONSULTING SERVICES
Who Are We?
FILMMAKERS FOR FILMMAKERS
Being filmmakers, editors and scriptwriters ourselves we know how difficult it is to find the so needed clarity in designing an honest and profound story.
Having struggled ourselves and having helped others, in the past two decades, to fulfill their cinematic visions, we have developed a method that helps storytellers find what they have to do in order to get to the next level, set a clear path, and go on their journey.
In 2019 Mrs. Wulf Story Consulting service was formed with the intent of assisting storytellers around the world, particularly filmmakers, to navigate the complex waters of their stories.
Mrs. Wulf is a web based story development, script and editing consultancy service for storytellers, specifically documentary and fiction filmmakers, offered by a team of award winning consultants; filmmakers for filmmakers.
Following years of experience, working with film directors, editors, producers and screenwriters, we at Mrs. Wulf Story Consulting have developed a unique method of story analysis and guidance, what we refer to as “Transformational Storytelling”.
What is Transformational Storytelling?
We at Mrs. Wulf believe that great stories are not only about transformation. They are the outcome of a profound and honest process of transformation. Yet, most of us, being absorbed in story creation, tend to neglect our own transformation. That is the core of what we do at Mrs. Wulf : understanding the transformation and the transformational process, understanding the correlation between the journey of our protagonists and our own journey. That is why we put the storyteller at the centre of our attention, and that is why we offer guidance throughout all stages of development, production and post-production.
Transformational Storytelling is not only a technique with which one is able to understand crucial questions such as: “What is my film about?” or “What does my character want?” it not only provides a hands on approach to understanding crucial issues like “turning points” and “character arcs”, but it uniquely provides an in depth look into one’s own personal journey to development and growth, its relationship to the story and the way in which we as artists can all grow and change through this rare opportunity of storytelling.
FILMMAKERS FOR FILMMAKERS
Working for over 20 years as an award winning film editor and story consultant, Amos Ponger studied film science, cultural sciences, art history and multidisciplinary art sciences at The FU Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin and the Tel Aviv University. He has a Master’s degree from the Steve Tisch School of Film in the Tel Aviv University, worked as an editing teacher in two Israeli film academies, is senior advisor to the story development tool Beemgee.com, and recently co-founded the Mrs. Wulf Story Consulting.
Amongst Amos’ works are award-winning feature length documentary films and documentary series such as “Bil’in my Love” (Director Shai Polack, Wolgin Prize, Special Mention Rotterdam Festival, Ch8 / TV5 / Duch TV), “FreeFlow” (Director Ramy Katz, Other Israel Award, Grand Prix Sarajevo), “Brown Babies – Germany’s Lost Children” (Director Michaela Kirst, RIAS Award, Arte / BR / WDR), “2 or 3 things I know about him” (Director Malte Ludin, Arte, Berlinale Panorama), “Mehubarim” (“Connected”, Israeli Television Academy Award), award winning video art films “Mother Economy” and “Counterlight” (Director Maya Zack).
With over 15 years of experience Tal is an award winning and esteemed film and television editor and story consultant.
Tal has dedicated her life to the art of storytelling, with a background in Theatre and Acting in High School, she went on to complete a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Studies (cum laude) at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, followed by and a Master of Fine Arts in Film and Television from the Tisch School of Film at the Tel Aviv University.
Tal has also been a film lecturer since 2006 focusing on film editing and documentary filmmaking.
Tal is co-founder of the Mrs. Wulf Story Consulting.
Amongst her editing works are critically acclaimed and award winning projects such as: "Magnificent Failure" (Dir: Jasmine Kainy, 60 minute documentary film) , "Munich - Operation Bayonet" (Dir: Ron Mayberg, 60 min documentary film) "The Same Village" (Dir: Jasmine Kainy, 60 minute documentary film) "The Essential Link - The Story of Wilfrid Israel" (Dir: Yonatan Nir, 90 min documentary film) "Blend" (Dir: Racheli Rusinek, 90 min documentary film) "Ringo and Taher" (Dir: Jonny Arbid, 50 min fiction film) "Being a Father" (Dir: Jasmine Kainy, Israeli Channel 10 5 part documentary series) "Live and Die in Entebbe" (Dir: Eyal Boers, 75 min documentary film) "Bahad 1" (Dir: Yifat Kedar, 6 part documentary series) "White Country" (Dir: Jasmine Kainy, 4 part documentary series) as well as several video art projects.
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