I agree with the contests and film festivals, but do your homework because some of them might be a scam. Film Freeway is a good place to look for festivals in your area. I also agree with the graphic novel idea but again that’s a whole other can of worms in and of itself to get done.
Also if you feel it’s good enough script, write a query letter to an agency to ask them to take a look at it. You can find a list of agencies at the WGA or Writer’s Guild of America website.
Lastly if you want more create feedback on a script and if you have a Facebook account, maybe join a screenwriters group because that could build connections. I happen to run a screenwriters group on Facebook called Writers In Waiting. LinkedIn is also a good place to build screenwriting connections as well, I’m a member of some screenwriting groups on LinkedIn.
Otherwise, I have a lot of scripts too, but money is tight on my end to actually produce them, I might submit a script into my local film festival next year.
Anyway I wish you luck and hopefully your script can actually be produced but again it’s a long shot.