I hope I am posting this in the right section. I know this is a very common question asked, but please read my entire question, if you will, anyway. I sincerely thank you for your time. I've posted this question on Yahoo Answers as well...If this is the wrong section for this topic, please delete the thread.
I have with me, right now:
78 Episodes of Screenplay Written
1 Fully Storyboarded Movie [First 8 1/2 Episodes] (An hour and a half in length)
12 CD outlined of Soundtrack, 2 CDs (1 hour and 30 minutes of music) Complete
I've put together the first Movie, and dubbed all of the male voices myself, created all of the SFX myself, and have scored it completely. I have character designs, and short descriptions about the series laid out and ready to go (if I need to pitch the idea).
I started work on this project since April of 2005. It's now September 22nd, 2011, and I don't know where to go from here.
The basic answer I've found so far has been to buy the Hollywood Creative Directory and try and contact an agent, as it seems 99% of hollywood will not accept any unsolicited material. Do I just make a cold calls and quickly pitch the idea? That seems like it could be kind of degrading...Though if it's the way you do things, I guess it's the way you do things...? I don't know...
Another thing is, I live in Upstate New York. Luckily, New York City is only 3 or 4 hours away...I probably would have to drive down for a meeting, right? (Since there are probably no producers or agents that live in Upstate New York...?)
Thanks for your time.