I'm a young filmmaker from Vancouver, BC who works in the film industry. I direct and produce my own projects on the side. They are gathering steam in the local industry because of the talent I've been able to pull from local talent pools to help out on my passion projects, such as as Peter Wilke (Planet of the Apes, A-Team, Warcraft, who was the DOP for my first short film (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3oYQBivk1o) I've got a fantastic concept for a feature film. The script is in it's 3rd draft and we've shot a trailer over 5 days with some fantastic stunts and great production values. We also have a very talented actor with a steadily growing fanbase attached to the project. There's some trailer footage in this quick pitch I did (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_5unDY1PD4&list=UUYvMsP3s_7huWoJi-RAcpBA) I've got a first cut of the FULL trailer available online (please PM me for a link) if anyone would like to check it out, I guarantee you'd be surprised by what we pulled off in 5 days. I'm looking for feedback on the best way to cut it for investors. We are aiming at having this first cut be a lengthier version for investors, to try and sell our concept, story, and myself as a director. Once it's cut, I'm a little unsure of the best way to approach people with it. I've managed to make some friends in the industry who work on large TV shows (Arrow, The Returned, Warcraft) who are all interested in seeing more of the project. At some point I need to start pitching it, but as everything else I've shot has been produced by me, this is a whole new game. I could use any advice you folks might be willing to have to getting my trailer seen and getting the attention of investors. Thanks in advance!