I followed a link here from a TFN Fan films thread, this one, which people should take a look at.
No disrespect is meant to the author, but the simple fact is that; while it seems pretty clear that you guys don't get so much of it here (Judging by the cyber-local response to it.); We get literally thousands of people a year who come around thinking that they are going to make a feature length fan film; that's its going to rock everyone's world, and rarely, very rarely do these projects ever get further than a script, if that.
It's the huge history that has prompted such a radical negative response on TFN.
Generally, rule of thumb is that if someone comes with pictures, a teaser, etc, they are going to be better accepted.
In light of this, and everyone's apparent eagerness to help, I'd like to direct you to my film page.
And some additional photos that aren't posted on that....
A few things:
No, I don't pretend that it's going to roxxor everyone. It's an amatuer film. We're making it the best we can, and hopeful that will be a measure of good, maybe great. We'll see. If not, the next one might be. This is a learning process.
No, for christ's sake, it's not going to be feature length. People just loose grasp of how difficult it WILL be to do an 80 minute film, let alone 2 hours. Current expectations as far as our script are in the ballpark of 40-60 minutes, Certainly ambitious enough for a derivitive work.
Okay, soo... all of this, point being, is that for you guys, with the nature of your work and the projects that you invest your time into, I would recommend that you really consider what the odds are of the project actually being finished and exhibited.
I could certainly use the help, but if you guys aren't interested in mine, there's a fan film makers directory here:
Its a growing community of people that work on this sort of thing.