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If you’ve ever struggled to produce high-quality web shows because you have no money, this guide is for you. Originally I was going to write this guest post about ways for YouTubers to generate a mailing list but today I got a better idea. I was having lunch with a friend — let’s call her […]
There are tons of grants out there to help you make your movie. As I learn about them I will add them to this list. Please let me know in the comments of any you may know about. Roy W. Dean Film and Writing Grants http://www.fromtheheartproductions.com/ Grants for Individuals : Film http://www.lib.msu.edu/harris23/grants/3film.htm Chez Jim: Financing […]
Seems like everyone is using crowd funding to fund their film nowadays, If that is you here are some cool tips from Jennifer Fox the director of Reincarnation who successfully raised $100,000 for her film. campaign http://myreincarnationfilm.com First six tips “Change Or Die: How 22 Years On One Film Lead To Desperate Measures The 4 […]
So after researching and actually using Kickstarter.com I came to the same conclusion I had come to several years ago. That Indiegogo.com is better but now I have an even better revelation. That unless you are not internet savvy enough to have your own website that you might as well just make your own donation/perks […]
Here is what crowd funding is in a nutshell, imagine standing in front of a huge crowd of thousands of people on a stage and yelling out “Does nay one have a car I can use’ and some one raises their hand. That is “crowd sourcing”. “Crowd funding” is a similar idea but instead of asking for a car you yell out “I need $500 for a camera to film a new movie” and someone raises their hand. In exchange the “investor or donor get a thank you gift of some kind like an autographed poster etc. Now imagine that crows is in the virtual world of the Internet and you have crowd funding via facebook, twitter etc.
Sam Esmail never thought he’d work in TV. It was a theme the Mr. Robot creator touched on repeatedly during his keynote conversation Saturday morning at th Source: How ‘Mr. Robot’ Creator Hacked the TV Model – Film Independent