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Crowdfunding: Don’t Get Unfriended

Lisa Waugh From bankrolling your cross-country motorcycle adventure to “find yourself” to raising campaign funds (Obama), crowdfunding is second nature these days. People are finding that crowdfunding may seem like an easy-to-use tool but they soon find out that there is an art to raising funds. One of the biggest downsides of crowdfunding is knowing […]

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FilmBreak… The New Kid in Town

Lisa Waugh So you’re totally immersed in all of the social media platforms. You’re a Kickstarter and IndieGoGo guru. You can pretty much teach a master class on how to write, shoot and post your own projects. It’s a long road to distribution and your film, web series or TV pilot is not going to […]

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The Suns Also Rise

Lisa Waugh  Meet the Sun brothers and their cool project, Chinatown: A Graphic Novel. They hit their $11,000 goal in record time. They still have six days to go and have raised $15,123 after an extended “stretch goal.” The two brothers grew up in Orlando on a steady diet of Jackie Chan movies, Darkwing Duck, […]

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Make Your Own Greenlight

A lot of people ask you for money to make their horrible short film about an international zombie spy ring (wait, that’s actually not a bad idea) or their banjo jazz fusion album (Bela Fleck already did it, now knock it off) but sometimes… people are awesome and talented at what they do. Here are […]

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