So, since I don't know where to start... I'm just going to throw this bomb out and see what happens. A few years back I wrote/directed and "produced" my first feature. To my surprise, it was immediately picked up by a small company for national distribution. That was all great, we didn't spend crap to make it, about $5,000-ish and we got that back +. Still, I hate and I'm terrified of the producer role. Most of the talk on here is targeted at those trying to make it big in film and join the Hollywood elite, I'm not interested in that... I want to be in a position where I can make $10,000 to $50,000 films and consistently get them made, distributed, and profit a bit from them so we can make another. I know there are people on here who are experts in this very area... That's who I want to hear from. Let me be clear, I don't mean people with an opinion... I mean the producers that do it on a regular basis. I'm not meaning to seem rude or overly direct, but these guys seem to be as rare as freakin' unicorns. You can find class after class from people telling you how to produce the Hollywood way, but I want to hear from people who produce for the VOD and Blue Ray Market. Don't let me down guys.