This project exceeded its campaign goal by over $500.
Over $20K was raised for the NSI Features First developed project.
Two 4 One is the latest project from NSI grads Maureen Bradley, Daniel Hogg and Glen Wood.
Filmmakers: are you paying attention to the marketplace? Kellie Ann Benz says that’s the secret behind the success of Indie Game: The Movie
Kellie Ann Benz talks Indie Game: The Movie and the changing face of film funding.
Support Merit Motion Pictures’ project 10 Trees That Can Save The World through ideaBOOST, a new creative business development lab program from the Canadian Film Centre’s Media Lab.
If you’re thinking about launching a crowdfunding campaign for a feature film project, pick up some cool tips from Koo, the creator of Man-child.
Film marketing guru Sheri Candler has written an interesting piece on her blog about crowdfunding mistakes. It’s a must-read for filmmakers and other users of crowdfunding. Sheri begins her post … “I am prompted to write this post because I
Writer, director and stand-up comic Andrew Bush and his sketch troupe, Picnicface, from Halifax, Nova Scotia are using innovative ways to persuade us to donate to their feature film Roller Town. The film is being produced by NSI alumnus Jay
David Geertz talks about his crowdfunding platform the Biracy Project.
In the second of a three-part series on social media and filmmaking, Erica Glasier talks to Melissa Pierce about her film Life in Perpetual Beta.
In part one of a three-part series, Erica Glasier talks to Ad Lane, a filmmaker using crowdfunding to help get his film made.
David Geertz, co-founder of the Canada-based Biracy Project, explains what crowdfunding is and how his new website could help fund film projects.