A more fun approach is to identify the agents or managers for top talent, i.e., actors and
directors, through . .
Then submit the material to them directly. Supposedly agents and managers are required to submit such material to their clients for review. At least it gives you brushes with fame, and in a town where big name actors get projects made, who knows? The problem is, the biggest names, the ones who can get a project "greenlighted" in Hollywood, don't often accept unsolicited material (see Access).
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