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Vote for Project of the Week: “Undead” Western, “Apartment,” Living Forever, or “Bending Steel”

Vote for Project of the Week: "Undead" Western, "Apartment," Living Forever, or "Bending Steel"

It’s time to vote to vote for the Project of the Week!

Go here to vote for this week’s Project of the Week.

The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and is now officially a candidate for Project of the Month. That winner will be awarded with a consultation from the Sundance Institute.

The four projects up for the prize: “The Good, The Bad, & The Undead,” “The Apartment,” “The Methuselah Generation” and “Bending Steel.”

Voting will end on Monday, November 22, at 10AM Eastern.

Good luck to all the filmmakers and happy voting!

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David Alvarado- Your #4 Update on Kickstarter makes it very clear why people question your credibility. Your statement which appears below is false as verified by Indiewire as BENDING STEEL was announced the WINNER. When voting closed, BENDING STEEL was 40-50 votes ahead. Indiewire admitted making a mistake declaring Methuselah the winner. You even congratulated BENDING STEEL on their win on Facebook. SHAME ON YOU for claiming you ended up tying. You forgot the word UPDATED after Methuselah wins in your update. Just as another person commented, you are disingenuous.
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Posted about 5 hours ago Thanks everyone for your vote in the IndieWire "Project of the Week" contest. We ended up tying for a technicality with another great project, "Bending Steel".

This means we are off to the next stage of competition, "Project of the Month".

Film girlie

Hey guys! So I logged on to check the results, and boy was I suprised. Not because Methuselah Generation won, but because of some of the comments that were made. The truth is that yes, the poll was flawed, BUT regardless of errors, the poll ended at the same time for all participants! Everyone had an equal chance of winning. Sure, it's disappointing, yet what is not good for the community is to direct inappropriate comments toward other filmmakers! And let me note for those who are wondering, I am not affiliated with The Methuselah Generation.

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