NOBODY WANTS TO MAKE YOUR FUCKING MOVIE
Aaron Keene
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It might also be worth considering this approach:

As soon as you are able to get someone to take a tini tiny bite of your movie (or, more appropriately, your screenplay and any other materials that may be ready, such as a Kickstarter promo etc.), make them feel like it’s not just your movie, but their movie as well.

This is easier said than done, but as they say — it’s easier to convince someone to do something if you make them feel like they came up with the idea (or, in this case, if you respond to their feedback with strong language of camaraderie).

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