Have you spent years sitting on a great story, waiting and hoping that it will get made? You're not alone. I know lots of filmmaker and get emails from many more that have "filmmaker paralysis" - the inability to move forward with their feature film project. As part of a four-part series of vlog posts I discuss here the causes of filmmaker paralysis.
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ABOUT ME: Shawn Whitney is a filmmaker who has worked as a development executive for the past 8 years with a production company in Montreal, Canada. He also freelances as a story editor, providing support in the screenwriting phase of development for numerous writers and directors. He has taught workshops on nano-budget filmmaking for filmmaking organizations and festivals and has also taught screenwriting at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University. He has sat on festival juries and programmed at the Victoria Texas Indie Film Festival. He is also himself a screenwriter, with a Made For TV film under his belt and TV series' in development, and a writer-director-producer who has made two no-budget feature films. You can read more about his journey to award-winning feature filmmaker here.
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