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  1. Hello all, So I was talking to an actor about a film we were in the middle of shooting, and he told me about a director who said he was interested in my script and would like to read it, as well as meet me in person. This director, who's name is "Joe" for the purpose of this discussion (I don't want to mention his name as I've hardly even contacted him yet) is starting to carry some heavy weight in the independent industry; some of his films have been featured at Sundance and Cannes, etc. etc. My question is, can I trust him by sending my script to him? We're still in the middle of filming it, plus I'm just a student working with friends and the equipment I own. I would really like to meet this guy in person, but I'm wondering if there's any protection for me and my script if, in any case, he were to plagiarize it. Not that I believe Joe intends to do any of the sort, he has plenty of projects that are weighing him down right now, I'm just curious as to how this works in accordance with law. Thanks, John
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