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    How to Make a Found-Footage Horror Film That's Actually Scary

    "Brew House" will be the first found-footage film to be made in 4K, but that's not what will make it scary...

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    How to Help Restore Kelly Reichardt's Debut 'River of Grass'

    Indie distributor Oscilloscope Laboratories has launched a Kickstarter campaign to revive the lost 1994 gem.

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    David Cross' Directorial Debut, "HITS" to Premiere as Pay-What-You Wish BitTorrent Bundle

    "HITS," which premiered last year at Sundance, will be the first feature film to be distributed via BitTorrent Bundle as well as the first pay-what-you-wish bundle.

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    Gravitas Ventures Acquires Spike Lee's 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus' (Finally!) and Releases Poster

    Spike Lee's long-awaited, Kickstarter-funded, not-vampire film "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" finally has a distributor and a release date.

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    Screenwriter John August's Tips for Telling a Story on Kickstarter

    John August's Kickstarter campaign for a "Writer Emergency Pack" of cards has been wildly successful. Here, in a guest post, he explains how he approached his Kickstarter campaign like a screenplay.

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    Exclusive: Award-Winning Indie Filmmakers Adapt Dreams for Web Series

    Some of New York City's top indie filmmakers have banded together to interpret each other's dreams in a new collaborative web series. They're raising the budget via Kickstarter.

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    Joan Didion's Story To be Told, Thanks to Blockbuster Kickstarter Campaign

    Amazingly, there has never been a documentary about Joan Didion. Now her nephew Griffin Dunne, along with documentary veteran Susanne Rostock, are trying to remedy that - with help from an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign. Dunne recently chatted with Indiewire about Didion, the crowdfundin...

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    Now You Can Become a Film Producer for Only $1

    Is a film producing credit really only worth $1? Apparently so.

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