|From:||Gini Graham S.|
|Sent on:||Saturday, November 3, 2012 12:16 PM|
|If you change the story and characters enough so it's not identifiable where the story came from, then you can probably avoid the credits problem. People get inspired by things all the time, but then make it their own. Otherwise, I recommend getting permissions in advance. Many people, especially if they have written an obscure story, will be flattered by the attention and willingly agree, assuming you can find them; maybe even offer them a percentage of whatever you might get for the film -- and if it's nothing, so be it. |
Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D.
750 La Playa, #952
San Francisco, CA 94121
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