Hi, I wrote a story which I think would work well animated, so I'm going to seek an animator. It's not a commercial project, though if the animation ended up making money somehow, then i wouldn't refuse that money. There's very little dialogue in the story. I'll be looking for an animator who wants to do the job just for the fun of it - possibly a student. Then if it did make some money sometime down the line, we'd split the money. My question is this: since I wrote the story, do I have the right to say to someone that they cannot animate it; or that they cannot make money from an animation of it; or if I don't have that right, do I have an automatic right to claim money that they make from it? Thanks.