I think you need to find out the most important subjects in your footage and gradually you'll discover your film's story arc.
I used to get sick often from working too much. Took a while to realise that sometimes working less hours doesn't make you less productive.
Thank you for your reply, Misha.
I think it'd be hard for me to write without a treatment. It's nice to have a miniature version of the story so you spot plot holes and can remove character's that aren't necessary etc instead of finding out while writing a 120 page screenplay. However I agree, it can easily become procrastination and of course you won't know all the story problems before you actually start writing the screenplay.
Have you written screenplays without outlining at all before? And if so, how much do you know about your story?
I agree. I didn't realise what was off about Rami's perfomance until I saw this. He doesn't have the charisma Freddy had. At all
Furthermore: I have a bit more than entry level experience in using photoshop, audition and Illustrator. Should I mention it or leave it out?
Because it's crazy good for your career to win an oscar.