Hello there, I am making a mini documentary on cannibalism for my smallscale youtube channel, can I use your wendigo image in my film and I will credit you, I could even afford a small donation. Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sure! Go ahead! (And credit me of course)Thanks for asking! Some people don't even bother...If you make any money, I'll gladly take a donation. If not, don't worry about it!
Hello,My name is Ana Paula and I work for Rezolution Pictures, a film and television production company focused on producing audiovisual work for native communities. I am writing to you because we would like to obtain permission to use this image our latest television production, the second season of the documentary series Indians and Aliens, which explores the phenomena of aliens and other creatures within the aboriginal communities. The series will be broadcasted on APTN starting December 2016This particular episode looks into the phenomenon of Big Foot, also known as the Wendigo for other indigenous communities. Your work will help us illustrate the way the different communities imagine this mythical creature. If you allow us to use it, we will gladly credit you in the show.Please let me know if you will grant permission and don't hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions,Thank you, AnaP
Hello! I'm an independent filmmaker shooting a movie in Minnesota this fall. There is a scene that features a tour boat decked out with photos and paintings of local legends - one of them being the Wendigo! I came across your beautiful image of the Wendigo facing off with the Native American girl and thought it would be an incredible addition to the scene! Would there be any chance we could feature your art in the film? I'd be happy to send you more details about the project via email. My email is email@example.com - Thanks for your consideration! - Daniel