Screenwriter/Scriptwriter Interview Q&A – Shane Weisfeld – “Freezer” starring Dylan McDermott, Yuliya Snigir & Peter Facinelli (Action/Crime Thriller Film)

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I have a brand new treat for you all in the Entertainment Interview series for you tonight.

This time round we are speaking to a screenwriter tonight to find out more about his creative output, his influences and passions, how he handles rejections and we find out about his screenplay “Freezer” that was made into an action crime thriller film starring Dylan McDermott, Yuliya Snigir & Peter Facinelli.

May I introduce you all to Canadian screenwriter Shane Weisfeld and let the good times roll – enjoy the show and have a great day all 🙂


Hi there Shane, thank you for taking the time to join us today to discuss your screenwriting experiences and share with us your creative advice on the subject of writing scripts for films.

Let’s start with your screenplay “Freezer” which was produced as a commercial film in 2014 and stars Dylan McDermott, Yuliya Snigir & Peter Facinelli in the lead roles. Can you tell us more about how the plot of this thriller came about, did you ever find yourself trapped in a meat freezer and thought it would be a good setting for a film? Tell us all about the process and how you came to the conclusion of setting your film in a freezer!

At the time Freezer was written, I had been writing feature scripts and having people in the industry read them for about 12 years at that point – with no progression at all. This is how it is for so many writers. I had to switch up my creative strategy and try something different though. The whole point was to get representation, which was my goal for so long, but also have something (in this case a one-location crime-thriller with no flashbacks) that would be economical to produce and finance, and attract an actor who would be looking for something like this where they carry a film from beginning to end in every single scene. It was also a matter of having a location that we’ve never seen on film before in terms of the whole story taking place in that one location.

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Did you spend any time on set with the actors/director and if so, what was that experience like?

I was able to be on set for part of the shoot and it was an absolutely amazing, monumental experience, especially knowing what it took to get to that point of having a movie produced. Fifteen years in the making. Although Freezer came out in 2014, it’s extremely significant for me because it was the script that got me representation for the first time, the first script my manager went out with, it became my first fully optioned script, then my first produced credit. The icing on the cake was being on set and watching these great talents do their thing, and an even bigger icing on the cake was the film being picked up for distribution before it went into production, which is rare for independent films.

How do you personally write action and fight scenes?

Trim the fat, keep the description simple, no exposition, lots of conflict, but most importantly – I ask myself what is the point of this scene? The story should keep moving forward during an action or fight scene and have a reason for being there and not just be a spectacle for the eyes.

Do you think that television is becoming a more popular medium than film and is this an area that you are going to explore in the future?

I’ve written some original TV scripts, and it’s actually some of my best writing samples. I’m exploring all avenues – anything to get my material into the right hands. Television has always been a popular medium, but I don’t necessarily think it’s more popular than film. What’s been happening though is we’ve seen this paradigm shift in television where the cable, premium cable, video-on-demand and traditional broadcast networks are giving us content in so many different ways and formats, and the nature of this content keeps pushing boundaries in terms of genre, story and character. The types of films with narrow, controversial and envelope-pushing subject matter that you would only see in film festivals or arthouse cinemas are now the standard content for a lot of these television series.

How many screenplays have you written over the course of your career? Do they all sit in the action movie category or have you explored other thematic genres in your writing?

I’ve written about 20 (feature) screenplays, several TV scripts (both spec samples and original pilots), a dozen or so short scripts, and one play so far. I actually haven’t written any straight all-out action scripts – they’ve been more action-thrillers. If there’s one genre I’ve stuck to the most it’s thrillers, whether crime-thrillers or action-thrillers; and I’ve written some very emotional dramas as well, which I will continue to do because I’m so passionate about character, emotion and theme in storytelling. I’ve written one comedy – a music-oriented hip-hop script very loosely based on my life.

Have you ever considered turning a novel into a screenplay?

There’s plenty of novels I would love to adapt into a screenplay. Need the rights to a novel to do that though. Well, actually you don’t, but adapting a novel into a spec screenplay is futile. Actually, many production companies and studios these days have people to find great novels that could be developed for film or TV, and of course they turn to the screenwriters to do this. OWA’s (Open Writing Assignments) are the bread and butter for screenwriters, as producers and studios are always looking to develop novels into movies, and being commissioned to do this is a great opportunity for any writer.

What is your opinion on sequels to existing franchises compared to developing fresh cinematic content?

What’s great about film these days is there’s room for both. You can still get a great story from both sides. You’ve got the studios that bank on franchises, blockbusters and existing IP; and then the independent world that, while they also want to make money, are more willing to take risks and focus on fresh cinematic content. I prefer the latter, but I’m not opposed to studios doing sequels, because they still need to rely on writers and screenwriters to create and develop the material. You have to understand that the studios are driven by commerce – it’s all about netting huge profits for their parent companies and lining the pockets of investors and shareholders. What’s the best way to do this? Franchise the hell out of a movie and milk it for all you can, whether it’s based on source material or an original idea. So these days they’re only making two types of movies – the big, huge $100+ million spectacles where the goal is to gross hundreds of millions of dollars, or even a billion dollars or more, at the worldwide box office, and the low-budget Blumhouse-type stuff where they spend less than $10 million to make it and can generate $100 million at the box office – there’s not much in between. But… if it’s between spending my money on a sequel/franchise or a fresh, original, relatable story, you can bet I’m going with the fresh, original story. Unless the sequel is The Godfather Part II. Count me in every time “to wet my beak.”

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Which films or TV shows would you turn to as excellent examples to draw inspiration or guidance from when it comes to screenwriting?

There’s a plethora of excellent films and TV from the past and present to turn to for guidance on the fundamentals of great storytelling. I think that the studio, independent and foreign films all have things that can inspire writers. There’s a German film from 2006 called “The Lives Of Others”. It’s just one example, but let me say that it was very inspirational because I watched that film and realized this is what I love so much about this medium and the writing process. I gave it a standing ovation when I saw it at TIFF, and I was just shaking my head during this movie as to the power of film striking an emotional chord and inspiring me to write more thought-provoking material. A more recent example is “Moonlight”. Here you have a low-budget, independent film with a very distinct vision and audience that ends up winning best picture at the Oscars and makes a nice profit for its distributor, A24. Major inspiration. Just goes to show – it’s all about voice. Tell the story that only you can tell. There will always be an audience. Don’t chase the money; chase your vision.

Share with us some of your favourite movie log lines and explain why they are your favourite.

One of the best loglines, and also one of the best action films ever, is Die Hard. It’s so simple, yet so intriguing, and all the potential conflict and action in that movie is summed up in its logline. Another great logline is Speed. Again, simple, but it sells the film and is very concise and precise, and so many possibilities when you hear the logline. These are some of my favorite loglines because it describes who the protagonist is and the conflicted situation they face throughout the story. Hey, actors have attached themselves to scripts and movies have been greenlit because of the logline!

Being based in Canada, what challenges and opportunities have you come across when it comes to dealing with pitching to the film industry?

What’s great about being in Canada, especially Toronto where I was born and raised, is we’ve got our own industry here, where government supports the arts and media, and we have many co-production treaties with other countries. It’s not just a service industry for people to shoot here so they can get their tax rebates and bang-for-buck. Then we’ve got the ‘Hollywood’ industry that also employs Canadian talent behind and in front of the camera. There’s always opportunities on both sides of the border because of that. However… if you’re talking about Hollywood specifically, then yes it’s always a challenge not actually being in L.A., just as not being in Nashville is a challenge if you’re a country singer or not being in Jamaica if you’re a reggae singer. Although there’s always irony because “Freezer” was filmed in Canada and employed our film crews, part of the financing came from a Canadian company, yet my manager was based in L.A. and a Hollywood company produced it and it had Hollywood actors in it. Best of both worlds. Anything is possible!

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Regarding rejection, how do you deal with it, how do you keep coming back for more after all of these years and how do you find ways to continue to motivate yourself off of the back of your rejections?

As frustrating as rejection is, I see it as a lightbulb above my head. If someone has taken the time to give me proper feedback or notes, I take that and run with it and use it to re-examine and rewrite my material. Over the years this has allowed me to become a more matured, seasoned writer, and I owe it all to rejection! As far as staying motivated in the midst of it all: my will, determination and obsessive burning desire takes care of that. I’ve been at this a long time, and I’ve reached a number of boiling points, but I know what it takes to turn a shitload of “no’s” into one very important “yes” – and it comes down to raw, unwavering, resilient, relentless, hardcore perseverance. The thing about rejection is you have to look at it from the other side. When someone says “no” to you, there’s no consequences on their part. Nobody loses their job over saying “no”. They’re not losing sleep over it, believe me. It’s when they say “yes” to something – that’s when they have to own up to it and all their problems potentially start. People have lost their jobs and/or have lost other people a lot of money for saying “yes” to something.

Do you think contests and competitions are a decent way to break into the business?

They’re one of the best ways. The reason is because most of the judges of these competitions, at least the legit and prestigious ones, are the important decision makers and frontline industry people – the professional writers, story editors, the agents, managers, producers and executives that can help break you in and have experience evaluating scripts.

Have you any desire to direct a film in the future?

Many people have asked me that, and I’ve never really had any big intentions to direct. My strength is in writing, and also producing as well. I’m all about the material and leaving the directing and technical stuff in more capable hands.

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What do you find the most difficult thing about writing? And what do you find the easiest?

The most difficult thing is constantly improving, and others recognizing that improvement and acknowledging it. The easiest thing about writing is being content with yourself. What I mean is, it’s easy to think that what you’ve written is good enough. The hard part is being self-critical and telling yourself it has to be, and can be, better.

Who are some of your favourite screenwriters, authors, musicians and historical figures that inspire you?

Wow. It’s a long list of inspirations. Favorite screenwriters include Ernest Lehman, John Sayles, David Mamet, Steven Knight, Peter Morgan, Ronald Harwood, Steve Zaillian, Aaron Sorkin, The Coen Bros., Paul Laverty. Favorite authors are Hemingway, James Joyce, Dostoevsky, James Ellroy, Dennis Lehane. Favorite musicians are Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Babyface, David Foster, Carlos Santana. Fav historical figures are Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Mandela, Churchill, Aristotle and Michelangelo. Although she’s not a historical figure, the actress Gina Rodriguez is very inspiring, even though she’s younger than me! Her ‘I Can And I Will’ attitude is great and can be used in the face of rejection or self-doubt in any situation. She’s totally awesome.

What sort of research do you do to write your screenplays?

Not much. I don’t get bogged down in it. I don’t generally write on a subject I don’t know about or have an interest in. If I do research, it’s more for a technical or visual aspect, and maybe dialogue/slang/lingo for a particular character and the world they’re from.

Which resources would you recommend to budding screenwriters?

The best resources are scripts! Read as much screenplays as you can. Of course, watch movies, but knowing the breakdown and structure of scripts is the best resource and learning tool for any budding screenwriter.

Why do you write? What inspired you to become a writer?

Nothing inspires me to be a writer – it’s simply what I am. I can’t not write. I don’t know what it’s like not to write. It’s just all I’ve ever known right from the beginning. I mean I was literally born with a pad and pen in my hand. When I write, I’m completely myself and in my element, and I don’t feel like I should be doing anything else. As long as I breathe, I write. God said “he will be a writer” and that’s the way it is.

What keeps you motivated during creative slumps? How do you deal with Writers Block if a particular scene is just not working out properly for you?

In my honest opinion, there’s no such thing as writer’s block and creative slumps. Writer’s block is for a non-writer. I don’t necessarily look for motivation. I’m always thinking of scenes. I go to bed and wake up – thinking of a scene. I’m driving, or on the bus or subway – thinking of a scene. I’m talking to you right now – thinking of a scene. Of course I have many times when a particular scene isn’t working out properly, but part of being a writer is writing things that don’t work out and solving problems, and figuring out how to make it work.

You have access to a time machine. What advice would you give to your younger self?

Rewrite, rewrite, and rewrite more. As good as you think something is, it can always be better. Go back and edit, make changes, delete scenes, replace scenes, rehash, redo, recharge, rewrite.

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How do you spend your free time when you are not writing?

I came from the music side of things, and actually the writing was born out of that. Or was it the other way around? Either way, a lot of my free time is spent around music, and of course reading and watching films! I was born in ’74, and a lot of my time is reliving the two best decades ever – the 70’s and 80’s!

Tell us more about your upcoming projects. Are you working on anything specific or have plans in the pipeline?

I’m always writing new things and rewriting recent things and generating ideas. Even when I’m not writing, I’m still writing. This is the life. This past year I wrote my first script with a female protagonist. It was a challenge but it totally worked out. I work in synergy with my manager in L.A. because he makes sure I’m on point with the writing and garnering interest from the right people.


Finally, are there any nuggets of wisdom that you can impart to other aspiring screenwriters?

Allow yourself to make mistakes and face rejection, as early as possible. It will happen no matter what. You can’t get around it. It’s up to you to improve and challenge yourself because of it. Also, don’t get so passionate and attached to an idea that you can’t part with it. It’s all about collaboration and being able to digest constructive criticism and feedback. Always be ready, willing and able to dissect your precious material and take it in another direction or re-haul it completely. So much of writing is rewriting. The final wisdom is this: be prepared for the long haul. There’s so much uncertainty, and you could be at this for years before anything happens. Talent won’t necessarily get you in, because it’s all subjective. There’s a tonne of talented people, and a tonne of non-talented people. What separates the adults from the children is a lot of hustle, tenacity, sacrifice, patience and…PER-SE-VER-ANCE.

And that’s a wrap! Thank you for stopping by Shane and sharing all of your wonderful advice with us and giving us an insight into your incredible screenwriting world. I’m sure that a lot of screenwriters and scriptwriters will take heed of your wise words 🙂


Shane Weisfeld

Shane Weisfeld is a great example of a persistent writer who has been able to forge a career while living thousands of miles from Hollywood. He gained representation and sold his first script, Freezer, starring Dylan McDermott, all while living in Toronto, Canada.

You can connect with Shane on the following Social Media channels:-

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Still want more? Well, Shane has shown enormous dedication and commitment to his craft, which makes him a very inspirational individual. For more articles relating to the theme of ‘Commit’ then check out the links below:-

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239. Discover Your Zenith! – Emotions That Matter.
240. The Journey or the Finish – damswriter
241. Help!! Shelf is hungry! – stoneronarollercoaster
243. Ups, Downs & Deviations – I Promise
244. Non Commit (a very short story about the satisfaction of doing nothing) – The Jittery Goat
245. Daily Prompt: Commit – The Lord makes Everything Grow!
246. Commit to your life: What does your diagnosis mean to you? – A Mind Unleashed
247. Flip Flops Every day – Decisions, Decisions
248. A Tale of Commitment – Just Writing!
249. baby-momma or no commitment here! ⋆ Obsolete Childhood
250. the15thday – well, holy carola crap, would you look at that?!
251. Salute To The Committed. – Revolving Around Life
252. A Separation: Film Review – justaplatypus
253. This Moment – A Single Cell
254. It’s Working – On a mission
255. ….on pets and prisoners….. – daily prompt: commit
256. Defeated, Not Weak – Kuma House
257. Swimming in Winter – Live life; make meaning.
258. Science Traveler – Tesla and Edison: The War of the Currents Continues
259. {Commit} – My Word Soup
260. Grandma : my kind hearted soul
261. Hot White Snow – An Editorial Calendar for Writers
262. Original-Dante – Spectrum – Consciousness
263. Islamic Penal Code Part II – Islamic Methodologies Made Easy
264. sonja benskin mesher – .comb it.
265. Life is a Gift – epiphanyofsumi
266. Designer Sophisticate – Been doing this a long time.
267. Frank Prem – being
268. The Wandering Poet – To you I give my all
269. Falling – Journey
270. Commitment – aroused
271. Commit – Gardening: Unexpected Gift to the Spirit… – Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!
272. Two Miles – Unlearning
273. Strange Events: Heroes Convention – Everyday Strange
274. What’s Behind The Chair? – Redux Of Rex
275. Frank Prem – rhymer
276. ‘Be a first-class noticer’ – Wells Baum
277. Cimmerian Sentiment – #29 Oddly Romantic (Waking Up Jayla)
278. Frank Prem – sabres at patterson river
279. I wrote a book. Now what? – 233 Is A Lot
280. Lantern Words – What I Commit
281. She Told Me the Truth – Patches of Light, Pieces of Grace


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