Toothpick’s right. I mean, if somebody REALLY wants to make a movie, they just gotta get out there and do it, even if they do lose money in the effort. It’s the same as the music industry, in a way (at least, from my experiences). You play music and you travel from town to town and you don’t get paid right and you end up losing money but, at the end of the day, you could give a fuck, because you’re doin’ what you love to do and what you wanna do. Fuck tomorrow, Pulp. Get a job, drop the cash, and have a blast. If you have a job, GET STARTED! You don’t have to make a full feature film. And if you want to take that route, you don’t have to do it all in one shot. Q.T. shot “My Best Friend’s Birthday” over the course of two years or somethin’. Nobody expects it to be good, or perfect. It’s basically just experience…like “My BF’s B-Day”. Like I said, live life for today. You almost HAVE to if you’re a starving artist, because if you worry about what’s gonna happen in your life if you fail, like, “What if things don’t pan out…I never went to college…I’ll be eatin’ dog food when I’m 65…blah blah blah”, you’ll never get anywhere. Throw caution to the wind and get out there and go for it, kid. And when you’re finished, send us all a copy so we can congratulate you on your great achievement! Later.