This week, I'm running you through how to conquer Imposter Syndrome – so that it doesn’t take hold and paralyse you during the filmmaking process.
This is part 3 in the Moonshine Moonshot mini series, which will help you develop your documentary and take it from an idea to a ready-for-release motion picture.
If doubt sets in every time you start a new project, you don't want to miss this episode. I'm going to show you how to rid yourself of those awful, anxiety-inducing questions like: “Do I have the knowledge to pull this off? Is this idea actually worthy of making a film about? Will people be interested enough to go see it?”
These thoughts are unhelpful and downright disruptive. But loads of filmmakers and creatives feel this way – at least at some point in their career.
If you’re serious about making a film, you need to be armed with the right tools to ensure you actually finish that film, see it on the big screen (or wherever you intend to publish it) and generate the impact you’re hoping for.
So let's kick Imposter Syndrome to the curb.
And if you missed parts 1 and 2, you can catch up clicking the links below:
How to develop your documentary - Part 1: Ideation
How to develop your documentary - Part 2: Planning
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