I was teaching an acting course (it's what I do in my FREE time) at For Actors My Actors and a student suggested I jump on to Stage32 (he said it was the Facebook) for actors and writers. At the time, my career was in a SLUMP (that means no calls, no one wants you, you are a zero) and so I did it. I started to NETWERK (my term for working contact via the net) and ended up in an indie called "Hidden Hills" (written and directed by Dan Steadman) which ended up going to film festivals. Through that contact, the indie comedy short "That's Opportunity Knocking" was created by Charles Pelletier and Cynthia Webster. We are NOW in 3 film festivals and already won 4 online awards. I should mention as a sidebar, RB offered a web course called "Is there a market for your short film?" by David Paterson. I highly recommend it. I highly recommend you work on stage 32 until u get a "breakthrough"!