[Video]: Tim Sullivan on Screenwriting and Fear

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How many times have you had a great idea for a movie – only to give up on it, worried that it’s not good enough? Tim Sullivan gives an insightful and entertaining lecture on how to silence the inner critic during the creative phase.

Tim Sullivan began his career as a scriptwriter with the filmmaker Derek Jarman before joining Granada TV. He became a director at the company his production credits at Granada included Coronation Street, The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes with Jeremy Brett and Cold Feet. He has worked extensively as a screenwriter both in the UK and the US. His screen credits include A Handful of Dust, Where Angels Fear To Tread, Letters to Juliet and Jack and Sarah, which he wrote and directed.

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