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I admire your "official licensing" approach, Martin, though that's optimistic (unless you're prepared to do some very serious legwork).
Actually the legwork is already done, it's just a matter of financing at this point. I've already been in touch with Dragon's Lair, LLC whose members include Don Bluth and Gary Goldman and was emailing Gary nearly every other day. I jumped through a thousand hoops (via their lawyer) in order to just get them to talk to me, but once they looked at my proposal, they liked what they saw and casually agreed to be in the film. For months the wheels of progress were set into motion and I actually had set up interview dates with Don and Gary last June. One week prior to my departure to Arizona, they said they wanted their licensing fee up front, which I didn't have nor did I expect them to ask for, and quickly denied the interviews until they felt the project was "sufficiently funded". It felt like a suckerpunch and it really took the wind out of my sails. Since then I've been looking for distributors and investors for the project with no luck so far. Independent film can be a b**** sometimes.
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