I'd like to know people's thoughts on this and I ask this question in all sincerity... Are you a filmmaker or screenwriter just because you say you are? I've been in this business 20+ years and this is how I make my living. I'm a big fan of grass roots Indie filmmaking and helping those with less experience whenever I can however, I am not a fan of people calling themselves screenwriters just because they wrote a script or calling themselves filmmakers just because they made a few "videos" or happen to own a camera. That would be like me buying an expensive knife and calling myself a chef. Trust me... you don't want that! I believe "screenwriter" or "filmmaker" are titles you have to earn from the bottom up. Learn the craft, learn the industry. Respect the experience of others enough to build up the same credibility for yourself that they have worked for years to accrue. I didn't dare call myself a filmmaker until I made my first film and signed the distribution contract. I didn't call myself a screenwriter until I began winning awards and having work produced. Until then, I was just someone who worked in film industry. Earn the title, don't kidnap it.