"Tangerine Entertainment has been a leader in building community around female content creators, finding industry resources – and capital – to bring to bear. We believe that crowdfunding is a powerful tool for new voices in media, and the alignment between our companies is clear," said Emily Best, founder and CEO of Seed&Spark, in a statement.
The partnership will include co-promotional efforts on campaigns, as well as coaching projects from inception through distribution. "It goes both ways," said Best. "Tangerine will bring filmmakers to us, and vice versa. While of course we’re thrilled to work with their existing pipeline, we’re also excited to be able to introduce them to filmmakers and projects that may not have come across their desk first."
Anne Hubbell, co-founder of Tangerine Entertainment, said, "We look forward to working with the creative team at Seed&Spark. Their innovative, holistic approach to crowdfunding and support for filmmakers is perfectly aligned with the Tangerine mission."
"Keep the Change" launched its crowdfunding campaign today. The film won the Columbia University Film Festival’s Focus Features Best Film Award, the Alumni Award and the Arthur J. Harris Memorial Prize, and has screened at festivals worldwide.
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