Let’s face it: Raising money sucks. That said, it’s still part of the game. Without financing, there are a number of projects I never would’ve been able to make over the years—and calling in favors only gets you so far. Thus, here are my top five ...
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The failure of James Franco’s Indiegogo crowdfunding project demonstrates how difficult it can be to raise money online—even for established performers.
Created and written by real-life former understudy Elisabeth Gray, Web series "Understudies" follows one plucky actor as she covers the lead role in the vampire adaptation of "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "Twilight at Tiffany's."
Thousands of campaigns are launched each week and many do not meet their financial goals. So, how can you create a fundraising campaign that stands apart from the pack?
A new documentary about the legendary Stritch is currently conducting an online fundraising campaign for its final phase of production.
Online crowdfunding and social collaboration platforms combine to help fund and support projects from independent filmmakers.