The internet is not supposed to be a quest for information when someone posts a call for help.
It's supposed to make it accessable.
(Imagine you are drowning and all you post on internet is 'help!'. (This is a smartphone era
) I doubt anyone will look in the water...)
From this point of view you score poorly on the usability scale.
Instead of appealing to people to read and help you or connect you, you play hide and seek and scare people away. (The good news is: you can change that.)
Besides that, check your spelling.
English is not my native language: it's not even a language I have to speak.
So, I know I make mistakes.
From your location I'd say you should know that 'If your producer...' is not the same as 'If you're a producer'.
This may sound harsh, but bad spelling, grammar or syntax doesn't help your credibilty.
(I'm not saying you're not credible, I'm saying you have to think about what you are communicating (between or just in the lines).
It's like applying for a job: the letter has to be (near) perfect.
Originally Posted by kal el
1 Well it's easy to project when you don't know the person. 2 The website is there for future purposes,not exactly to attract people. I'm new to all of this. 3 Instead of telling me that your not impressed why don't you help connect me to someone. Maybe give some constructive advice. I'm looking for "HELP" so that this film can become a reality that's it. I'm not in this for money but I surely wouldn't push it away. I don't want anyone to do all the work for me if that's what you think. I just know that strength stronger in numbers. 4 Basically I just need a crew.
1) Projection is caused by lack of information.
If you don't provide info, the mind tries to piece it together.
2) Your website is now indeed doing that: not attracting people.
3) Why would anyone connect you to someone, when that same person doesn't know what you want (or when he/she isn't impressed)?
4) Ah! You need a crew?
You didn't communicate that very clear earlier, did you?
When you post a casting/crew call: write a description of what he/she needs to do.
If you insist using a link to your website: link to a page with that info.
I sound a bit harsh and cruel now, but I try to let you see how previous reactions are caused by your own resistance. This way you are creating barriers, instead of breaking them.
You should say/write what your sources and inspirations are for the script.
(Most will guess it's the Bible, but it could also be Paradise Lost, William Blake's The Marriage between Heaven & Hell or even the movie The Prophecy.)
End of this PR-help-session.