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    Hal Hartley Explains Why He is Offering Distribution Rights to 'Ned Rifle' as Kickstarter Backer Reward

    Hal Hartley is offering distribution rights to his newest film as a Kickstarter backer reward. Here he explains why.

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    Roger Ebert Documentary 'Life Itself' Launches Indiegogo Campaign Offering Pre-Release Private Stream

    "Life Itself," a new feature documentary based on Roger Ebert's memoir of the same name, launched a crowd funding campaign through Indiegogo with an innovative reward:

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    Hal Hartley is Kickstarting His Latest Film. Here's Why.

    We interview Hal Hartley about why he has turned to crowdfunding to raise funds for his latest film project, "Ned Rifle."

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    Indie Fave Hal Hartley Launches Kickstarter for 'Ned Rifle,' Sequel to 'Henry Fool' and 'Fay Grim' (VIDEO)

    Hal Hartley wants to finish a trilogy. And so he has turned to Kickstarter for his latest project "Ned Rifle," a third and final chapter to conclude the stories told in "Henry Fool" (1997) and "Fay Grim" (2006). Original cast members Parker Posey, James Urbaniak and Liam Aiken are onboard to star.

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    Do We Need a Crowdfunding Site for Women? Plum Alley Thinks So.

    There is already a glut of crowdfunding start-ups trying to lay claim to their piece of the crowdfunding pie. Plum Alley, which launched last month, is hoping there's room for another -- one that's devoted to women creators.

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Need to Read: Biz Stone's First Movie, Editing on Vine and More

    Biz Stone made a film, crowdfunding success stories, new editing features on Vine and more tech news that filmmakers and film fans need to read.

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    Crowdfunding is a Full-Time Job: Here's How to Make It Pay

    Gabriel Diani and Etta Devine, who have two successful Kickstarter campaigns under their belt and a third in the works, explain why crowdfunding is a full-time job and how you can make money at it.

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    From 'Go Fish' to 'The L Word' to 'Creeps' on Indiegogo: Guinevere Turner Crowdfunds

    Guinevere Turner has turned to Indiegogo to raise funds for her latest project, "Creeps," which follows best friends Mona and Freddy as they muddle through their messy lives.

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    Kickstarter Hits Milestone with Over 50,000 Served: We Break Down the Numbers

    Over 50,000 Kickstarter projects have been successfully funded, the crowdfunding site tweeted earlier today with a link to their stats page. We breakdown the stats.

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    Occupy Film: New Indie Funding Model or Gimmick? You Decide.

    "Scamdance," a film looking for funding on Kickstarter, is offering backers an unusual reward: experience in making a film, in this case, "Scamdance," a comedy about a fictional film festival. "It's like Project Greenlight," said the project's creator, the writer/director Sean Hanley.

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